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Preparing for 'hire' education

South Carolina's new immigration law could make businesses such as Pleasant Places landscaping not so pleasant for workers in the country illegally or for the company itself. About 90 percent of the Mount Pleasant-based landscaper's labor force is Hispanic, said Jason James, general manage...

Former Nasdaq chairman may have swindled investors out of billions

Investors were scrambling Friday to learn whether they had been wiped out by what prosecutors described as a massive Ponzi scheme allegedly perpetrated by 70-year-old Bernard L. Madoff. The scam is shaping up to be one of the largest frauds in Wall Street history.

How the world's best mutual-fund manager self-destructed

Bill Miller’s Legg Mason Value Trust outperformed the broad market every year from 1991 to 2005. a a streak no other fund manager has come close to matching. But after 15 years of placing savvy bets against the herd, Miller ended up getting trampled by it.

Cuban tourism surges as rest of Caribbean stalls

While the communist-controlled island suffered three devastating hurricanes, key tourist sites were largely spared. And where beachfront resorts did get hit, the tourist-hungry government has made sure to repair hotels â€" in some cases even before damaged homes and infrastructure. The hospitality industry is Cuba’s second-largest source of foreign income.

Hendrick employee returns

Bob Hamlin, a veteran of the car business, has rejoined the sales department at Hendrick Honda in Charleston as a senior sales consultant.

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