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Local kayak maker in dispute with former manufacturing partner in China

A moving truck rumbled up to the factory's security gate. Greg Barton, who co-owns the locally based Epic Kayaks, had traveled thousands of miles from the Lowcountry to China to collect his equipment.

TIAA-CREF trying to stay ahead of financial storm

CHARLOTTE â€" Bertram "Bert" Scott is in an enviable position, helping run a financial-services firm that's thriving when others are stumbling.

Job losses not expected to slow

Another million layoffs: More than 1 million jobs were lost in 2008, and the new year isn't expected to be any better.

Christian-themed hotel planned for Strand

MYRTLE BEACH — Guests could stay in rooms themed after the biblical King Solomon's Temple or go to a juice bar named the Garden of Eden if a planned Christian-themed hotel about 20 stories high is built in Socastee. The building, to be on the Intracoastal Waterway behind Socastee Hig...

Sanford comes through on state jobless benefits

More than 70,000 out-of-work South Carolinians caught up in a fight between the governor and the Employment Security Commission were relieved when the state's chief executive agreed to an 11th-hour action that continues their benefit checks.

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