The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said it has ordered Wells Fargo to pay about $4 million in relief and civil penalties for illegal fees and other practices tied to the bank’s servicing of private student loans.
3D Systems, a digital manufacturing company based in Rock Hill, South Carolina, helped aid an international effort to rehabilitate an abused Costa Rican toucan. Grecia the toucan and her new prosthetic upper beak will be featured during an Animal Planet special 10 p.m. Wednesday.
Drew Babcock has been promoted to director in the national multi-housing group of the Marcus & Millichap, a Columbia real estate investment services firm. Babcock received the firm’s Sales Recognition Award each year from 2014 to 2016. A Columbia native and University of South Carolina graduate, Babcock has been practicing commercial real estate since 2006. He has specialized in multi-family investments for six years. In 2009, he assisted Marcus & Millichap in opening its Columbia office, where he is currently the principal broker. Visit thestate.com/business to see the latest news from Columbia’s business community. Submissions: email@example.com
Social media is lighting up on the possibility that, at long last, Colonel Sanders' 11 herbs and spices have been revealed. KFC says it hasn't, and the original source, a relative, now says he doesn't know. Anyway, here it is.
The Montrose County School District is moving ahead with science, technology, engineering and math curriculum in all schools. But as the schools begin to implement the curriculum, some students are out ahead.
Construction crews are ripping out the parking lots off Church and Poplar streets on the old Charlotte Observer site, so there are nearly 500 fewer parking spots at which to tailgate before games this season.
A breach in a vendor's system that processes online sales of hunting and fishing licenses in Idaho, Oregon and Washington state exposed several million records containing buyers' personal information, officials said Friday.
Renovation is underway at the Arcade Mall as perhaps Columbia's most unique building gets a face lift. The developers have to get sign offs from the department of archives and history on just about every aspect of the project.
Columbia's Arcade Mall on Main street is getting a face lift
It's time to pick muscadines
Forest Lake Fabrics about to reopen after last October's flood