S.C. Department of Revenue agents this week arrested a North Carolina couple and charged them with two counts of tax evasion and two counts of failure to file a state tax return or pay a tax related to a Spartanburg business.
The strongest competitors for Greenville entrepreneurs Tyler McLeod and Erick Arb are California giants Trust and Will and LegalZoom. It was a tipsy stranger at Smiley's Acoustic CafÃ© that first opened McLeod's eyes to the opportunities
South Carolina has the highest income tax rate of any of its neighbors. Upstate Chamber Coalition executive Jason Zacher says the state has a historic opportunity on the table to
A Greenville chiropractor pled guilty earlier this month to engaging in conspiracy to pay illegal kickbacks and defrauding health care programs by billing for unnecessary medical services. He was accused of billing for opioid ...
Since publication, a circuit appeals court blocked OSHA vaccine requirements for employers over 100 people. The Biden Administration filed a request for a federal appeals court to lift the block Tuesday.
A paralyzed Dorchester County man and his wife alleged in 2019 that Michelin was responsible for their motorcycle accident and owed them a portion of $66 million in damages. Two years later, a S.C. jury has announced its verdict.
Select Dining owner Jeffrey Gossett has has made the right kind of headlines before. This time he's making headlines for pleading guilty to fraudulent use of coronavirus relief funds.
Parham Smith and Archenhold announced a merger with two other firms in a deal the attorneys say will strengthen the consolidated firmâ€™s expertise while reinforcing their commitment to success.
At a time when many companies are downsizing their brick-and-mortar presence, Canal Insurance, among others, are making the most of a tenant's market and transitioning from Class C space to Class A in an effort to recruit and retain tale
A threat to plans to bring a new auto assembly factory to Spartanburg County has eliminated itself.
A scam run out of a Latvian apartment bilked American companies for millions of dollars, but less than $2,000 taken from a Greenville entrepreneur ended the scheme and landed the suspect in an American prison.
A network of Upstate pain management clinics and drug testing labs now must deal with $140 million in judgements for allegedly providing illegal kickbacks and billing unnecessary opioid and lidocaine prescriptions.