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Labor up in the air

A tentative labor agreement between Boeing Co. and striking union workers isn't going to help the Vought Aircraft Industries plant in North Charleston return to a normal production schedule anytime soon.

Utility to upgrade power station

South Carolina Electric & Gas Co. plans to eliminate four nearly 50-year-old gas-fired generators at two back-up power plants in North Charleston and Beaufort County and consolidate operations at its Hagood Generating Station in the Charleston Neck area at a cost of roughly $30 million.

How survey measures consumer confidence

There's no truly comprehensive way to accurately gauge consumers' collective whims in a nation of more than 300 million people, so the Conference Board's Consumer Confidence Survey might be the best tool we've got.

Grocery stores shrinking

PORTLAND, Ore. â€" Grocery stores, like food budgets, are shrinking. This month Wal-Mart Stores Inc. opened four pilot Marketplace stores in Arizona that are half the size of a traditional supermarket.

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