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Companies say insurance companies are stiffing them over coronavirus losses CBS News Robert Hartwig 9/21/2020
SC unemployment rate plummeted in August. What that means Hilton Head Island Packet Joey Von Nessen   9/19/2020
US News & World Report ranks top SC colleges and universities for 2021 The State Peter Brews 9/15/2020
Shortage of Coins Brought On by COVID Pandemic South Carolina Public Radio

Bill Hauk

Ozgur Ince


Lidl gets OK for signs at Columbia Piggly Wiggly site, now will work on liquor license

The Post and Courier  Joey Von Nessen   9/15/2020 
40th economic outlook conference going virtual The Times and Democrat

Doug Woodward

Joey Von Nessen  


Executive Education Courses go Virtual at Moore School

Cherokee Tribune Ledger News  Mark Cecchini   9/10/2020

South Carolinians Prepare For Jobs Amid A Pandemic

Greenville Business Magazine  Joey Von Nessen     9/10/2020
 Annual USC economic conference changes dates, formats Columbia Business Report

Doug Woodward

Joey Von Nessen  

Charleston metro region well positioned for a post-pandemic world The Post and Courier   Joey Von Nessen    9/5/2020
The state of local real estate: Steady and consistent with a positive directional shift The Post and Courier  Joey Von Nessen  9/5/2020 
Expert Advice on How to Get the Best Car Insurance  Money Geek Robert Hartwig    9/4/2020 
Five Points cornerstone business falls victim to COVID-19. Here's how it'll live on  The State Joey Von Nessen 9/3/2020 
"An Industry Transformed" Series on the Impact of COVID-19 Featured in Best's Review Business Wire  Robert Hartwig   9/1/2020 
How the 2020 coronavirus pandemic could decimate the birth rate in SC and the US The Post and Courier Robert Hartwig  8/17/2020 
Business shutdowns during pandemic lead to national coin crunch The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 8/15/2020 
Confusion over COVID-19 stimulus causes 'rollercoaster of emotions' for SC resident WIS10 News Joey Von Nessen 8/10/2020 
Struggling merchants, insurers battle over pandemic coverage ABC News Robert Hartwig 7/28/2020
For Walmart, filling 1,000 Charleston-area jobs might not be so hard after all The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 7/26/2020 
Operations and supply chain undergad program climbs to No. 5 in Gartner ranking The Times and Democrat

Sanjay Ahire

Mark Ferguson

Nearly 5,000 fewer homes sold in SC during 1st half of 2020: Guess why. The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen  7/24/2020 
Opinion: Why pandemic calls for taking safety seriously, at work and at home Greenville News Joey Von Nessen 7/23/2020 
Breakthrough Leader: Rob Ployhart @UofSC Rob Ployhart 7/13/2020
The Institutes to Add Insurance Information Institute to Its Affiliates Roster Insurance Journal Robert Hartwig 6/26/2020 
2020's Tax Burden by State WalletHub Donna Bobek Schmitt 6/24/2020 
Ask the Experts WalletHub Donna Bobek Schmitt 6/22/2020
Charleston-area home sales tanked 22% in May amid virus; economist says recovery has begun The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 6/11/2020 
NCOIL Workers' Compensation Insurance Committee Has Interim Conference Call Robert Hartwig 6/9/2020
Riot losses said up to $1b in U.S., retentions may protect reinsurance Artemis Robert Hartwig 6/4/2020 
Lawmaker Details Federal Reinsurance for Pandemic Business Interruption, Event Losses Insurance Journal  Robert Hartwig 5/27/2020
Tri-county near state unemployment rate The Sumter Item Joey Von Nessen 5/23/2020 
Buying or selling a home in SC during coronavirus? Here's the good and bad news Charlotte Observer Bill Harrison 5/22/2020
As Virus Raged, China Snapped Up Luxury Cars Made in America Bloomberg Bill Hauk 5/22/2020
COVID-19 has put 515K out of work across S.C. The Sumter Item Joey Von Nessen 5/22/2020
Plummeting Premiums and Boatloads of Uncertainty: COVID-19 Will Hit Workers' Comp as Hard ans Any Line Risk & Insurance Robert Hartwig 5/21/2020
Columbia-area restaurants deal with food supply issues The Post and Courier Mark Ferguson 5/20/2020
UofSC experts: 2020 hurricance season @UofSC Robert Hartwig 5/13/2020
Pandemic takes a 43% bite out of South Carolina's state revenues WRDW12  Joey Von Nessen  5/12/2020 
What's a 'She-session' and is SC heading for one? WISTV10 News Joey Von Nessen  5/12/2020 
SC budget forecasters expect state revenue losses to grow because of COVID-19 WISTV10 News Joey Von Nessen 5/9/2020 
Commentary: Rebuilding institutional capacity is core solution to COVID-19 crisis The Post and Courier Gerald McDermott 5/7/2020
State Of S.C. Banking Greenville Business Magazine Ozgur Ince 5/7/2020
Upstate economists expect slow recovery Spartanburg Herald Journal Joey Von Nessen 5/6/2020 
As States Begin to Reopen, Many Stay Home—Keeping Economic Rebound Elusive The Wall Street Journal Joey Von Nessen 5/2/2020 
UofSC business school offers free help to local businesses Cola Daily Ray Smith 5/2/2020
BIG STORY: More remote workers are in state's future Statehouse Report Joey Von Nessen 5/1/2020 
Economy and Premium Will Take More Than Two Years to Bounce Back, Hartwig Says Work Comp Central Robert Hartwig 4/30/2020
Sip of Success Garnet Media Group Dan Ostergaard 4/23/2020
Insurance companies need to be the ones to help small businesses out NY Post Robert Hartwig 4/22/2020
Latest estimate says South Carolina looking at $507M loss in revenue The Center Square Joey Von Nessen 4/20/2020
Summer Businesses Fear Coronavirus Lockdowns Means a Lost Season The Wall Street Journal Joey Von Nessen 4/18/2020
Midlands residents receive first wave of stimulus checks WISTV10 News Bill Hauk 4/15/2020
Proving Ground competition to take place online Columbia Business Report Proving Ground 4/15/2020
People + Work Connect Brings Together Leading Companies to Keep People Employed During COVID-19 Crisis Valdosta Daily Times Center for Executive Succession 4/14/2020
COVID-19: Impact, resources and response @UofSC Mark Ferguson 4/13/2020
Can the SC auto industry survive the coronavirus pandemic? The State Joey Von Nessen 4/12/2020 
Unemployment claims down in Beaufort Co. as jobless numbers rise across the state The Island Packet Joey Von Nessen 4/9/2020
Corporate Governance during Crises Wiley Online Library Marc van Essen 4/9/2020
Buyers, insurers call for 9/11-type fund to relieve COVID-19 impact Business Insurance Robert Hartwig 3/31/2020 
Globalization brought us Covid-19—and the tools to fight it Quartz Michael Murphree 3/30/2019
Pressure Mounts on Insurance Companies to Pay Out for Coronavirus The Wall Street Journal Robert Hartwig 3/30/2020 
SC business leaders face tough decisions about jobs, money amid coronavirus outbreak The Post and Courier Anthony Nyberg 3/28/2020
Consumer Groups Say We're Overpaying For Car Insurance Because We're Not Driving Much Forbes Robert Hartwig 3/27/2020 
The coronavirus crisis thrusts corporate HR chiefs into the spotlight The Economist Patrick Wright 3/26/2020
Insurers face business interruption battle The Royal Gazette Robert Hartwig 3/26/2020 
Columbia rolls out a $6 million plan to combat coronavirus economic fallout The State Orgul Ozturk 3/20/2020
No consensus on need for federal coronavirus 'backstop' Business Insurance Robert Hartwig 3/19/2020
SC unemployment claims skyrocket by 400 percent with job losses caused by coronavirus The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen  3/19/2020 
SC unemployment claims spiking due to coronavirus, but numbers aren't yet available The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 3/18/2020 
How The U.S. New Top 50 B-Schools Rank By Specialization Poets & Quants

International MBA

Sonoco International Business Department

South Carolina small business owners prepare for slow times due to coronavirus concerns WIS News 10 Joey Von Nessen 3/18/2020 
COVID-19 impact on life and health insurance @UofSC Robert Hartwig 3/17/2020
Restrictions on crowds put pressure on Charleston-area businesses The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 3/17/2020 
Coronavirus will change how we shop, travel and work for years The Hindu Business Line Michael Murphree 3/15/2020
SC teen takes home honors at Doko Film Fest ColaDaily Ray Smith 3/15/2020
Europe travel ban, continued coronavirus pandemic expected to hit SC economy hard The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 3/12/2020 
Ceremony for Ph.D. Dual Degree Program is held (SKK Business School & Univ. of South Carolina) SKK Business School News Peter Brews 3/10/2020
BMW Plant Spartanburg Remained Largest U.S. Automotive Exporter by Value in 2019 TruckTrend Network Doug Woodward 3/2/2020
Q&A: SC economist on how the coronavirus may impact the state's economy The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 3/2/2020 
'We're winning right now': South Carolina's strong economy masks pain from Trump's trade wars CNN Joey Von Nessen 2/29/2020 
Port of Charleston braces for a trade hit from coronavirus CNBC Joey Von Nessen  2/25/2020 
Report: S.C. real estate market strong in 2019, may slow in 2020 Columbia Regional Business Report Joey Von Nessen  2/24/2020
Most California insurers don't incentivize fire prevention. A bill would change that San Francisco Chronicle Robert Hartwig 2/22/2020
Ghana Can Be A Leader In Finding The Cure For Corruption – Prof. Christopher Yenkey Modern Ghana Chris Yenkey 2/20/2020 
Youth Bridge Foundation, GAAC to demystify corruption perception among public Chris Yenkey 2/17/2020
Peter Brews of USC Moore School of Business: "There was excellence all over the building" The Post and Courier Peter Brews  2/8/2020
The Rise Of The Remote Worker Is A Win-Win For Some Employees And Businesses Greenville Business Magazine Mark Maltarich 2/5/2020
Coronavirus should trigger risk management protocols: Experts Business Insurance Robert Hartwig 2/4/2020
Charleston ports CEO Newsome to join maritime hall of fame The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen  2/3/2020 
How colleges, carriers are rising above the insurance talent gap PropertyCasualty360 Risk Management and Insurance 1/31/2020
EngenuitySC releases 2019-2020 Midlands Regional Competitiveness Report Columbia Star Joey Von Nessen  1/30/2020 
Cruising Along – Top Economist predicts the market in 2020 will be resilient and strong The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen  1/25/2020 
Labor shortage could be a drag on SC home sales in 2020 The Post and Courier

Joey Von Nessen

SC Ports CEO honored for advancing SC manufacturing  American Journal of Transportation

Joey Von Nessen


Charleston-area home sales soar to record high in 2019

The Post and Courier

Joey Von Nessen


Brexit could spell the end of globalization, and the global prosperity that came with it

Wall Street Window

William Hauk


Entries more than double for 2020 Doko Film Fest


Ray Smith


The Partnership Between The Palmetto State And Germany Remains Strong  Despite Trade Uncertainty

Greenville Business Magazine

Doug Woodward


Uncertainty May Be The New Normal, But The 2020 Economy Is Thriving

Greenville Business Magazine Joey Von Nessen  1/2/2020 

A look ahead at the Charleston and the SC economy in 2020

The Post and Courier

Joey Von Nessen


SC manufacturing group will focus on tax reform as US plant investment slows

The Post and Courier

Doug Woodward


Are SC service members being paid enough to put their lives on the line?

The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen  12/24/2019 

HR expertise at the very top: Does it matter?

HR Magazine

Patrick Wright


25 years ago, BMW opened shop in South Carolina. The economy shifted into overdrive

ABC News

Doug Woodward


SC panel that doles out incentives gets a private economics lesson

The Post and Courier

Joey Von Nessen


America's Worst Economy Is Still Waiting for Its Trump Bump


Joey Von Nessen


S.C. Ports Authority looking to expand retail operations

We Stand For Progress

Joey Von Nessen


Economic forecast looks promising for South Carolina


Doug Woodward

Joey Von Nessen 


SC wages rose faster than expected this year. Pay raises will continue, economists say.

The Post and Courier

Doug Woodward

Joey Von Nessen 


Labor shortage, trade war could slow SC growth in 2020, USC economists forecast

The Post and Courier

Doug Woodward

Joey Von Nessen 


'South Carolina is going to be a good place to be in 2020,' Taking a look at next year's economy

ABC Columbia

Doug Woodward

Joey Von Nessen 


Clemson’s football success coincides with strong city and campus growth over Columbia, USC

The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen  11/30/2019 

S.C. Ports has economic impact in Midlands

The Times and Democrat Joey Von Nessen  11/30/2019 

Low unemployment rate signals stability, says USC economist Joey Von Nessen

 Cola Daily Joey Von Nessen  11/27/2019
Predicting South Carolina's Economic Future South Carolina Public Radio Joey Von Nessen 11/19/2019 
In Early Voting States, Economy Working in Trump's Favor Bloomberg Joey Von Nessen 11/12/2019 
What we learned from the financial crisis of 2008 OUP Blog Allen Berger 11/7/2019
SCPA makes a $33 billion annual economic impact in the Upstate Upstate Business Journal Joey Von Nessen 11/6/2019 
SCPA makes a $15.6 billion annual impact in the midlands American Journal of Transportation Joey Von Nessen 11/5/2019 
Crash of '29 Recalled on 90th Anniversary of Historic Economic Calamity South Carolina Public Radio  Doug Woodward 10/29/2019 
Port Authority Economic Impact 106.3 Word Joey Von Nessen 10/29/2019
Inland Port Greer grows commerce, jobs for suppliers, consumers We Stand for Progress Joey Von Nessen 10/29/2019 
Greer Port's impact is a boom to the state's economy Greer Today Joey Von Nessen 10/28/2019 
SC residents who need an Affordable Care Act plan have more options now than before The Post and Courier Orgul Ozturk 10/26/2019
Indiana Recycling Industry Seeking Investment, Development Amid Changing Landscape Lakeshore Public Radio Mark Ferguson 10/25/2019
SCPA CEO Jim Newsome gives 11th State of the Port Address Moultrie News Joey Von Nessen 10/24/2019 
Former Edward Jones executive and patron to Columbia Museum of Art dies at 80 The Post and Courier Peter Brews 10/23/2019
SC ports have $7.1 billion impact on Pee Dee SCNow Joey Von Nessen 10/23/2019 
S.C. Ports make a $63.4 billion annual economic impact on S.C. American Journal of Transportation Joey Von Nessen 10/23/2019 
Charleston port's $63.4B economic benefit growing, spreading beyond SC's borders The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 10/22/2019 
S.C. Ports growing cargo, enhancing infrastructure in big-ship era American Journal of Transportation Joey Von Nessen 10/21/2019
SC hires and promotions The Post and Courier Karen Brosius 10/21/2019
BIG STORY: Economists warn of 'softening' state growth Statehouse Report Joey Von Nessen 10/18/2019 
Finding Growth Capital Does Not Have To Be A Challenge For Female Founders Forbes Peter Brews 10/16/2019 
50 Business School Deans Supporting Immigration Reform Poets & Quants  Peter Brews 10/15/2019
State's economy still growing, but more slowly Stand for Progress Joey Von Nessen 10/15/2019 
Helping SC business go global @UofSC Randy Folks
Kendall Roth
Auto Insurance: Driving Distribution Best's Review Robert Hartwig October 2019
Construction worker shortage worrying industry insiders SC Biz News Joey Von Nessen 10/9/2019 
Housing pegged as a $45B annual industry in SC; Charleston County is No. 1 at $7B The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 9/14/2019
Easy Money? Private Capital's Drawbacks Jimmie Lenz 9/12/2019
Darla Moore School of Business offers pathway for Midlands Tech students WIS News 10 Peter Brews 9/9/2019
A Guide To MBAs In South Carolina Greenville Business Magazine Jennifer Ninh 9/5/2019
Is a Recession at Hand? South Carolina Public Radio Joey Von Nessen 9/4/2019 
Economists keeping a close eye on RV dealers across the state, country WIS News 10 Joey Von Nessen 8/28/2019
Steady as she goes: Charleston's home market stable and strong after the "perfect storm" The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 8/24/2019 
Wanted: 60,000 drivers. What the shortages at US trucking companies mean to you USA Today Mark Ferguson 8/24/2019
Commentary: SC should increase its film incentives The Post and Courier Doug Woodward 8/22/2019
2019's States with the Best & Worst Early Education Systems WalletHub Elizabeth Breitbach 8/13/2019
Wanted: An HR Executive on Company Boards Hunt Scanlon Media Donald Schepker 8/5/2019
Could raising the state's minimum wage harm businesses, employees? WCBD News 2 Joey Von Nessen 8/4/2019 
Richland Library 'recycles' more books than any other in SC. Where do they all go? The Charlotte Observer Andrew Spicer 8/1/2019
Several SC lawmakers want to raise state's minimum wage WBTW News 13  Joey Von Nessen 8/1/2019 
From making fighter jets to food rations, war is big business in South Carolina The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 7/26/2019 
Practice makes students (near) perfect professionals INFORMS Sanjay Ahire 7/25/2019
It's a workers' market in South Carolina as employers struggle to find qualified employees Palmetto Business Daily Joey Von Nessen 7/19/2019
Global Trade Uncertainty in SC Sout Carolina Public Radio Gerry McDermott 7/19/2019
The business case to support MWBEs The Berkeley Independent Joey Von Nessen 7/17/2019 
The short but destructive history of mass layoffs Quartz Anthony Nyberg 7/12/2019
How Congress lost power over trade deals – and why some lawmakers want it back The Conversation Bill Hauk 7/9/2019 
Activist Investors Speak Out Against United Technologies, Raytheon Deal USNI News John Saleeby 7/8/2019 
Robotics in Healthcare: Growth and Innovation IoT Evolution World (blog) Robert Hartwig  6/27/2019 
Georgia's distracted driving law turns 1: Has anything changed? Atlanta Journal Constitution

Robert Hartwig

Where does your plastic go? Global investigation reveals America's dirty secret The Guardian

Andrew Spicer

Tariffs with Mexico averted; Trade war with China rages on Upstate Business Journel

Joey Von Nessen

SC got $1B in flood payments, but new data still won't say if your home flooded The Post and Courier

Robert Hartwig

SC could be at an increased credit risk due to hurricanes, Moody's says The Post and Courier

Joey Von Nessen

Tariffs slow SC manufacturing investment, putting projects on 'long pause' The Post and Courier

Joey Von Nessen
Bill Hauk

S.C. Economy Surviving Economic Challenges South Carolina Public Radio Joey Von Nessen 5/30/2019 
Roadside fatalities continue to rise despite technological advances Property Casualty 360º Robert Hartwig 5/29/2019 
These are the top 10 states that people are moving to Business Insider Joey Von Nessen 5/28/2019 
Shortage of workers means SC companies have openings — and are paying more The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 5/24/2019 
Why are Georgia's auto insurance rates increasing WXIA Robert Hartwig 5/22/2019 
What's got your attention? A study on attention patterns of soldiers has implications for PTSD @UofSC Paul Bliese 5/21/2019
How millennials are affecting the price of your home The Conversation Jimmie Lenz 5/20/2019
The Long Run: Libby Foreman @UofSC Libby Foreman 5/20/2019
Trade War Will Hit Comp Industry Hardest, Professor Says Work Comp Central Robert Hartwig 5/16/2019 
2019 UofSC hurricane faculty experts list @UofSC Robert Hartwig 5/14/2019 
Powered by Data-Driven Insights, the Workers Compensation System Is Delivering Yahoo! Finance Robert Hartwig 5/14/2019
Job prospects high for SC college grads entering the tight labor market Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 5/11/2019 
Tesla Plans to Sell Owners Cheaper Car Insurance The Wall Street Journal Robert Hartwig 5/8/2019 
South Carolina captive industry provides annual impact of $56.8m Captive Insurance Times Joey Von Nessen 5/8/2019 
University of South Carolina wins 2019 'Audit Innovation' competition Accounting Today School of Accounting 5/7/2019
South Carolina filmmakers take spotlight at Doko Film Fest in Blythewood Cola Daily Raymond Smith 4/29/2019
Inaugural Doko Film Fest Offers Opportunity for Young Filmmakers Free Times Raymond Smith 4/24/2019
Don't Let Technology Make Recruiting a Lost Art -- Here's Why. Stamford Advocate Center for Executive Succession 4/24/2019
Exclusive: International Trade Forum Says Tariffs Create Risks for South Carolina Sumter CEO The Folks Center for International Business 4/22/2019
Census: Sumter population flat since 2010 estimates The Sumter Item Joey Von Nessen 4/20/2019 
5 New Things Finance Professors Are Saying About Your Prospects Think Advisor Hugh Kim 4/16/2019
International Business Professor to Deliver Talk on Investing in Africa Robert Rolfe 4/16/2019
Proving Ground startup winners named Columbia Regional Business Report Dean Kress 4/15/2019
Insurance bill filed, then $40,000 in donations came from Lindberg and his associates AP News Robert Hartwig  4/10/2019
Cheap Car Insurance in 2019 WalletHub  Robert Hartwig 4/8/2019 
University of South Carolina to Hold International Business Strategy and Trade Forum Charleston CEO Gerald McDermott 4/1/2019
Moore School Celebrates 100 Years South Carolina Public Radio Peter Brews 3/28/2019
Report: China to fortify South China Sea island with 'logistics base' UPI Michael Murphree 3/19/2019 
US Wages Wide-Ranging Campaign to Block Huawei VOA Michael Murphree 3/18/2019
USC's international MBA program ranked No. 1 Columbia Regional Business Report Peter Brews 3/12/2019
'Celebrating Women' features financier, philanthropist Darla Moore WBTW News 13 Darla Moore 3/12/2019
Opinion: Despite millennials' record $1 trillion of debt, they may be better off than Gen X Market Watch Jimmie Lenz 3/11/2019
The shutdown brought people who rely on SNAP an extra helping of economic hardship The Conversation Orgul Ozturk
John Gordanier
A global look at development @UofSC Hildy Teegen 2/25/2019
Cyber Insurance Now a Must-Have for South Carolina Businesses South Carolina Public Radio Robert Hartwig 2/7/2019 
Expert: Georgia cell phone law lowered traffic fatalities Atlanta Journal Constitution Robert Hartwig 2/6/2019

As Multinational Companies Proliferate, The Boundaries Of National Identity Are Dissolving

Greenville Business Magazine Daniel Ostergaard 2/1/2019

Great Decisions in U.S. Foreign Policy - Decoding U.S. China Trade Michael Murphree 1/31/2019

Tesla's CHRO Director Pick Points to a New Era

Workforce Donald Schepker 1/30/2019

Entrepreneurial Environment Rises in Columbia While 'Livability' Dips in Latest Competitiveness Report

Free Times Doug Woodward  1/30/2019 

Preparing for Disasters in 2019: How Can Risks Be Mitigated?

knowledge@wharton Robert Hartwig 1/10/2019 

Hospitals now must post their prices online. Here's what those menus won't tell you

The Charlotte Observer Robert Hartwig 1/9/2019 

Tariffs And Tweets: The Road Ahead Looks Good For South Carolina Despite The Troubling Trade War

Greenville Business Magazine Joey Von Nessen 1/4/2019

The Economic Forecast: Mostly Blue Sky in 2019

Upstate Business Journal Doug Woodward 
Joey Von Nessen

Government shutdown continues and the IRS is affected

WLTX19 Donna Schmitt 1/2/2019 

A day for women: Hartsville Women's Leadership Symposium focuses on positive changes

SC NOW Jane Willis-Mayer 12/19/2018

Good partners, good business

UofSC Jean Duke 12/19/2018

Exclusive Report: Wages, Income Nudge Forward in Parts of South Carolina

Charleston CEO Joey Von Nessen 12/18/2018 

German OEMs meet Trump amid tariff confusion

Automotive Logistics Doug Woodward 
Joey Von Nessen  

UofSC economists: Tariffs to tug at SC economic growth in 2019

UofSC  Doug Woodward 
Joey Von Nessen  
Economists: Trump's Tariffs Hurt Automakers, Slow SC Growth U.S. News & World Report Doug Woodward
Joey Von Nessen
Economists forecast economic tug-of-war ABC Columbia Doug Woodward 
Joey Von Nessen

USC economists predict 'economic tug-of-war' for SC in 2019. Here's why

The State Doug Woodward  
Joey Von Nessen 
SC Economic Outlook Conf: Tariffs, Trade South Carolina Radio Network Doug Woodward 
Joey Von Nessen
Supplying Outer Space @UofSC Joel Wooten 11/27/2018
What's Talent Got to Do with It? Talent Quarterly Robert Ployhart Fall 2018
S.C. aerospace industry trending upward Charleston Regional Business 
Joey Von Nessen 11/27/2018
Insurance experts see need for resiliency amid natural disasters Bloomington Pantagraph Robert Hartwig 11/20/2018 
The Aerospace Cluster's Economic Impact Hits The Afterburners Greenville Business Magazine Joey Von Nessen 11/7/2018
New study shows SC ranks lower than neighboring states when it comes to doing business WACH Fox 57 Donna Schmitt 10/31/2018
Why is SC 'addicted' to beach development? Researcher thinks he knows The State Robert Hartwig 10/30/2018
Open enrollment starts November 1st, but report shows many residents are uninsured Robert Hartwig 10/29/2018
Doko Film Fest now accepting entries from high school filmmakers Cola Daily Raymond Smith 10/23/2018
Losses from Michael could be close to $10 billion. Insurance companies prepared with record funds. ABC News Robert Hartwig 10/18/2018
Do investors pay enough attention to fund charges?

Hugh Kim

Wenhao Yang

What's next for commercial spaceflight? Joel Wooten 10/10/2018
Block Star Greenville Business Magazine Colin Jones 10/4/2018
All Apologies Greenville Business Magazine Adam Steinbach 10/4/2018
How One CMO Revamped Her Role Harvard Business Review Ram Janakiraman 10/3/2018
Traffic fatalities, crashes and insurance claims all down in Georgia WRBL News 3 Robert Hartwig 10/3/2018
South Carolina Economic Update SC Public Radio Joey Von Nessen 10/2/2018
Lloyd's U.S. Chief Says They're Ready to Get into Canadian Cannabis Market Insurance Journal Robert Hartwig 10/2/2018
Equine economy @UofSC Joey Von Nessen 10/1/2018
A decade of commercial space travel — what's next? The Conversation Joel Wooten 9/27/2018
More than 1.2 million homes in North and South Carolina sit outside government-designated flood zones, and that could lead to vast uninsured losses during Tropical Storms Florence, report says ctpost Robert Hartwig 9/14/2018
Florence Flood Threat Heightened by Underinsured Homeowners The Wall Street Journal Robert Hartwig 9/14/2018
Closed ports, lost power: How storm could hurt area economy The Virginian-Pilot Joey Von Nessen 9/13/2018
Hurricane Florence May Lead To Thousands Seeking Federal Disaster Assistance Due To Lack Of Flood Insurance Inquisitr Robert Hartwig 9/13/2018
Fewer Households in Hurricane Florence's Path Have Flood Insurance Than in 2013 The Wall Street Journal Robert Hartwig 9/13/2018
In Pittsburgh diocese, millions in payments for clergy abuse, and a disputed fraud accusation The Philadelphia Inquirer Robert Hartwig 9/10/2018
Knowledge Center: Intercultural Training in Outsourcing – How to Bridge Cultural Complexities to Create Inclusive Global Teams Pulse Magazine Wolfgang Messner September 2018
MUSC, Siemens forge unlikely partnership, aiming to use AI in treatment The Post and Courier Robert Hartwig 8/27/2018
Economic update: New homes market strong in Charleston area The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 8/18/2018
Walmart tried to make sustainability affordable. Here's what happened The Conversation Andrew Spicer 8/13/2018
Two age groups driving South Carolina population growth bring different housing needs The Post and Courier  Joey Von Nessen 8/12/2018
USC Professor Talks Economic Impact of Tariffs on the State WLTX19 William Hauk 8/9/2018
How the media influence investors' reactions to corporate misconduct LSE Business Review Marc van Essen 8/9/2018
Catastrophe Bonds — A to Z Insurance Journal Robert Hartwig 8/7/2018
Flood insurer that covers 200K SC homes remains political football The Post and Courier Robert Hartwig 8/5/2018 
Darla Moore: From Lake City to Wall Street—And Back Garden & Gun Darla Moore August/September issue
More Schools Are Buying ‘Active-Shooter’ Insurance Policies The Wall Street Journal Robert Hartwig  8/4/2018
Cryptocurrency Business Monthly Columbia Colin Jones 8/2/2018 
Role of a leader during organizational layoffs People Matters Anthony Nyberg 7/28/2018
Catastrophe Insurance: The ‘Cat’ Grows a Longer Tail Business Wire Robert Hartwig 7/24/2018
Trade wars could have cascading effect on Upstate jobs Go Upstate Joey Von Nessen 7/21/2018
Garden & Gun features SC’s Darla Moore in latest issue The State Darla Moore 7/16/2018
Why trade wars can be perilous: 5 essential reads The Conversation William Hauk 7/13/2018
Aging South Carolina Population Creates Opportunities, Challenges Charleston CEO Joey Von Nessen  7/12/2018
War over Trump's tariffs breaking out between SC businesses and Congress The Post and Courier William Hauk  7/11/2018
The UPS Foundation Awards Over $10M In Grants To Advance Diversity & Inclusion Around The World NASDAQ The Moore School 7/9/2018
The most beautiful building in every US state, according to people who live there Business Insider The Moore School 7/9/2018
The Looming Trade War Is Already Affecting the Palmetto State South Carolina Public Radio William Hauk 7/9/2018
Racial restrictions in old property deeds have shaped today's neighborhoods in Upstate South Carolina Greenville News David Crockett 7/6/2018
Tariffs imposed by President Donald Trump could hit South Carolina hard WSPA News William Hauk  7/5/2018
Cognitive Ability, Financial Literacy, and the Demand for Financial Advice at Older Ages: Findings from the Health and Retirement Study  TIAA Institute Hugh H. Kim  July 2018
Chinese investment in US will become more competitive: US economist China Daily Doug Woodward 6/26/2018
Feature: Chinese firm makes debut in U.S. state South Carolina's new industrial park Xinhua Net Doug Woodward 6/20/2018
GEE Group (JOB) Appoints Darla Moore to Board Street Insider Darla Moore 6/20/2018 
Distinguished Leader and Female Business Pioneer Darla Moore Joins GEE Group Board of Directors Globe Newswire Darla Moore 6/20/2018
4 charts showing why putting tariffs on your friends is a bad idea The Conversation William Hauk  6/6/2018
South Carolina's MBA Programs Broaden Their Reach Greenville Business Magazine Libby Hendley 5/31/2018
Electric Cars Making Gradual Inroads South Carolina Public Radio Tamara Sheldon 5/28/2018
In building a workforce at Foxconn, 'Wisconsin First' is watchword Wisconsin State Journal Joey Von Nessen 5/26/2018
Business tax rates after tax reform AEI Jason Debacker 5/23/2018
USC finance professor: Make sure you’re properly insured before hurricane season South Carolina Radio Network Robert Hartwig 5/17/2018
'Like' if you support my divorce The Outline Eva Buechel 5/14/2018
New York Bans NRA Insurance Program and Fines Broker The Wall Street Journal Robert Hartwig 5/2/2018
Automation is Growing, and Altering South Carolina’s Job Market South Carolina Public Radio Peter Brews 5/1/2018
Layoffs That Don’t Break Your Company Harvard Business Review Anthony Nyberg May/June issue
For Generations To Come Julius Baer Marc van Essen May issue
Operations in Space: Exploring a New Industry Decision Sciences Joel Wooten 4/27/2018
Ask the Experts: Is There a Cool Credit Crowd? WalletHub Priyali Rajagopal 4/24/2018
'The road I’ve been on has been very challenging' - Darla Moore talks about her roots, success, giving back WMBF News Darla Moore 4/19/2018
Dominion Energy/SCANA Merger Could Boost S.C. Economy by $18.7 Billion EnerCom, Inc. Joey Von Nessen 4/17/2018
On business: High-income earners make inroads in South Carolina  The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 4/15/2018
Art scene keeps dollars moving in South Carolina GSA Business Report Doug Woodward 4/4/2018
Experts say Louisiana’s poor marks for innovation show need for more business-friendly tax policies Louisiana Watchdog Joey Von Nessen 3/27/2018
Clemson, South Carolina graduate programs earn high marks WYFF International Business 3/20/2018
Don't 'try' to increase diversity, do it HR Magazine Patrick Wright  3/15/2018
Rising interest rates could spur more home buyers into already-tight market The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen  3/10/2018
'Not possible to win a trade war': no winners in US trade tariffs ABC News William Hauk 3/7/2018
South Carolina Businesses: Understanding and Managing Risk Greenville Business Magazine Daniel Ostergaard 3/6/2018
Two manufacturers could spur other Chinese firms to look anew at South Carolina The Post and Courier Doug Woodward 3/4/2018
How to keep computers out of landfills and recyclers out of prison Green Biz Mark Ferguson 2/27/2018
Trade or fade? The case against ‘buy and hold’ Citywire Mohammad Irani, Hugh Kim 2/21/2018
What to do when layoffs hit your office, but not you Ladders Anthony Nyberg 2/21/2018
Entrepreneurship and Engineering South Carolina Public Radio Juliana Iarossi 2/21/2018
BMW’s Spartanburg plant leads nation in auto exports Go Upstate Joey Von Nessen  2/13/2018
Study: Arts sector has big economic impact Charleston Post Courier Doug Woodward 2/11/2018
U of SC finance professor explains impact of credit rating downgrade for SCANA South Carolina Radio Network Robert Hartwig 2/8/2018
What “The Last Jedi” Teaches Us About Organizational Change Columbia Business Monthly Rob Ployhart 2/8/2018
Sumter industries have 400+ openings because of economy, skill gaps The Sumter Item Joseph Von Nessen 2/6/2018
New study finds impact of the arts on S.C. economy exceeds $9.7 billion Free Times Doug Woodward 2/6/2018
Cybersecurity: Only As Strong As Your Weakest Link Greenville Business Magazine Daniel Ostergaard 2/2/2018
Carolina Business Review, Ep. 33 PBS Patrick Wright 2/2/2018
Online social networks can help fight social anxiety WFAA ABC News (Dallas) Eva Buechel 1/31/1018
Dumpster drivers: enough blame for everyone in ICBC's financial crisis CBC News (British Columbia) Robert Hartwig 1/30/2018
Economists say Columbia is making progress in terms of competitiveness WACH Fox News Doug Woodward 1/29/2018
"We've got to run faster": Economic competitiveness report released The Free Times Doug Woodward 1/29/2018
S.C. getting a raw deal The Post and Courier William Hauk 1/27/2018
California lawmakers propose bills to beef up disaster insurance coverage San Francisco Chronicle Robert Hartwig 1/16/2018
Continental Tire gives $2M for endowed chair at University of South Carolina Charlotte Business Journal Peter Brews 1/11/2018
S.C. economic forecast good news for 2018 The Times and Democrat Joseph Von Nessen, Doug Woodward 1/10/2018
Local organizations aim to combat student hunger (Chattanooga, TN) Times Free Press Orgul Ozturk 1/2/2018
Experts make predictions for South Carolina's 2018 economy South Carolina Public Radio Joseph Von Nessen, Doug Woodward 1/2/2018
Forget Work-Family Balance — Embrace Billable Hours! Columbia Business Monthly Rob Ployhart 1/2/2018
USC professor: Social media can help with social anxiety GoUpstate Eva Buechel 12/15/2017
Continental establishes University of South Carolina chair Rubber and Plastics News Management Science 12/13/2017
Continental donation supports University of South Carolina endowed chair Tire Business Management Science 12/13/2017
Continental Tire gives USC $2 million to expand logistics program The Post & Courier Management Science 12/11/2017
Workers expected to reap benefits of another strong year for South Carolina's economy Greenville News Economic Outlook Conference 12/10/2017
Who wants a raise? Economists say 2018 could be the year S.C. workers get one The Post & Courier Economic Outlook Conference 12/10/2017
USC Economists Say SC Economy to Remain Strong in 2018 SC-ETV Economic Outlook Conference 12/10/2017
Slow, steady growth expected for state economy in 2018 Columbia Regional Business Report Economic Outlook Conference 12/10/2017
USC economics researcher explains impact of changing corporate tax rate South Carolina Radio Network Economic Outlook Conference 12/10/2017
UofSC Economists Predict SC Economy To Remain Strong Greenville Business Magazine Economic Outlook Conference 12/10/2017
USC Economists Forecast Slow, Steady Growth in 2018 Metro Columbia SCO Economic Outlook Conference 12/10/2017
First study of South Carolina’s logistics industry finds more than 600 companies, $32.9B Impact Metro Columbia CEO Joey Von Nessen 12/6/2017
The Price of Protectionism CFO Magazine Robert Hartwig 12/104/2017
What Duke's $3 billion means for burying power lines in Greenville Greenville News Joey Von Nessen 12/3/2017
SC paid nearly $2M to settle sexual harassment, assault claims over 4 years The State Patrick Wright 12/1/2017
Make Engagement Surveys Work Columbia Business Monthly Rob Ployhart 11/30/2017
Duke officials: Energy plan will strengthen SC’s energy grid, create jobs Manning Live Joey Von Nessen 11/20/2017
It’s been called ‘humanity’s dumbest ritual.’ Should SC stop doing it? The State Joey Von Nessen 11/16/2017
If you have student loans, tax plan could save you money, USC professor says The State Donna Bobek Schmitt 11/15/2017
Can Taiwan accommodate English-language higher education? Taiwan Business Topics International MBA Dual-Degree Programs 11/14/2017
VOA Asia – President Trump visits the Philippines Voice of America Asia William Hauk 11/12/2017
‘You look sexy’: SC female lawmakers address State House sexual harassment The State Patrick Wright 11/10/2017
SC economic growth follows national, global trend says economist South Carolina Radio Network William Hauk 11/9/2017
Car insurance secrets: Rates tied to much more than your driving record WSB-TV Atlanta Robert Hartwig 11/7/2017
Become A Fan Of Productive Failure Columbia Business Monthly Rob Ployhart 11/1/2017
University of South Carolina professor says indictments shouldn’t roil financial markets South Carolina Radio Network Robert Hartwig 10/31/2017
Myrtle Beach area sees explosive growth but falls behind in race to attract millennials The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 10/29/2017
V.C. Summer project contributes to dip in SCANA earnings Columbia Regional Business Report Jim Austin 10/26/2017
Joel Stevenson of USC on starting the Incubator and how the community helped Metro Columbia CEO Joel Stevenson 10/16/2017
Marketing leaders gather at University Of South Carolina to share expertise with students Forbes Jeff RehlingCenter for Marketing Solutions 10/10/2017
Kansas tried a tax plan similar to Trump’s. It failed. The New York Times Jason DeBacker 10/10/2017
Food is critical part of academic achievement The Gazette (Cedar Rapids, IA) Orgul Ozturk 10/9/2017
How to dispute credit report errors and improve your credit WalletHub Greg Putnam 10/8/2017
Are Your Customers Causing Turnover? Columbia Business Monthly Rob Ployhart 10/3/2017
South Carolina: Moving the freight Greenville Business Magazine Joey Von Nessen 10/2/2017
SCE&G and Santee Cooper sells settlement for nuclear project WLTX CBS News Robert Hartwig 9/27/2017
Charleston region's economy humming at fastest pace in South Carolina The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 9/25/2017
Rebuilding in Florida's Keys, at what cost? CBS News MoneyWatch Robert Hartwig 9/21/2017
Examining links between academic performance and food stamps South Carolina Public Radio Orgul Ozturk 9/21/2017
Leaders and organizations weigh in on Graham-Cassidy health care bill ABS News Columbia Robert Hartwig 9/22/2017
UofSC receives NSF grant to accelerate entrepreneurship Metro Columbia CEO Juliana Iarossi 9/21/2017
Harvard senior lecturer John Macomber wins Moore School prize for excellence in sustainable business education Harvard Newsroom Moore School Sustainability 9/19/2017
UofSC continues to climb in latest U.S. News rankings Metro Columbia CEO Moore School 9/15/2017
Irma’s riches: $30,000 for a few days of work The Wall Street Journal Robert Hartwig 9/14/2017
Some investors bet big against disasters Marketplace Robert Hartwig 9/13/2017
Enhancing the Candidate Experience Columbia Business Monthly Rob Ployhart 9/1/2017
Robert Hartwig on the National Flood Insurance Program C-SPAN Robert Hartwig 8/30/2017
The real cost of a natural disaster Marketplace Morning Report Robert Hartwig 8/28/2017
The Spartanburg County job market is on fire … and so is the rest of the Upstate Upstate Business Journal Joey Von Nessen 8/16/2017
How much is USC worth to SC? School says it adds $5.5 billion a year to state’s economy The State Division of Research 8/14/2017
David Crockett wins American Marketing Association's Williams-Qualls-Spratlen Multicultural Mentoring Award of Excellence American Marketing Association David Crockett 8/5/2017
Nissan workers in Mississippi reject union bid by U.A.W. The New York Times Hoyt N. Wheeler (Retired) 8/5/2017
South Carolina's cloudy energy future: Will it affect manufacturing? The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 8/5/2017
Did you commit fraud when you bought car insurance? CBS News Robert Hartwig 8/3/2017
New homes spurt driving up Charleston area housing totals The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 8/5/17
Report: Trump's budget proposals would help rich, hurt poor Americans Public News Service Orgul Ozturk 7/312017
Are Americans really driving less? CBS News Robert Hartwig 7/25/2017
Why Trump's threat to slap tariffs on foreign steel is a bad idea San Francisco Chronicle William Hauk 7/20/2017
The Amazon effect: Love it or leave it, the company’s impact is undeniable Columbia Metropolitan Joey Von Nessen July-August 2017
Four charts that show who loses out if the White House cuts food stamps The Conversation Orgul Ozturk 7/17/2017
Lower fees are great, if you actually get them The New York Times Wenhao Yang 7/14/2017
Medicaid is saving her daughter’s life. She worries the GOP’s bill could change that The State Robert Hartwig 7/8/2017
When the boss wants you to do something unethical The New York Times Bryan Stikeleather 7/6/2017
Want your employees to trust you? Show you trust them Harvard Business Review Audrey Korsgaard 7/5/2017
Working the Workforce Columbia Business Monthly Rob Ployhart 6/29/2017
Trump official celebrates a new Samsung factory that was planned before the election The Washington Post Al Lanctot 6/28/2017
Automation is growing, and altering South Carolina’s Job market South Carolina Public Radio Peter Brews 6/26/2017
It's not too late to find a summer job, thanks to South Carolina's tight labor market The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 6/25/2017
Insurance Is a fun career! Just consider the zombies and bacon The Wall Street Journal
Robert Hartwig 6/23/2017
Will Palmetto Health merger with Greenville system increase health care costs? The State Robert Hartwig 6/23/2017
Why is HGTC’s enrollment declining? Blame the economy Myrtle Beach Online Joey Von Nessen 6/22/2017
South Carolina identified as a state that will struggle most with Medicaid cuts The Post and Courier Robert Hartwig 6/17/2017
From peaches and textiles to automobiles: The rebirth of the Upstate Greenville Online Moore School 6/17/2017
The dangers of digital hiring Changeboard Robert Ployhart 6/16/2017
Succeeding in India Business Expert Press Wolfgang Messner 6/13/2017
In South Carolina, Germany Is considered
a partner, not a trade rival
U.S. News & World Report Doug Woodward 6/9/2017
Green roofs, walls gain momentum in South Carolina The Post and Courier David Lund 6/4/2017
Does changing style of hair or dress help black people avoid stigma? The Conversation David Crockett 6/2/2017
Team Trump’s tug-of-war CFO Robert Hartwig 6/1/2017
Trump targets German trade, and the South grimaces The New York Times Doug Woodward 5/31/2017
Cyber security in SC: Could you be caught in the crosshairs? WACH Fox News Daniel Ostergaard 5/16/2017
Midlands family had flood insurance, but their home is still In shambles WLTX CBS News
Robert Hartwig 5/16/2017
Why US business schools are still gobbling up international MBA applicants Business Because Marcelo Frias 5/11/17
Pros and Cons of Trump Policies for Innovators South Carolina Public Radio Dirk Brown 5/3/2017
How to build a technology-based business WLTX CBS News Columbia Dirk Brown 5/9/2017
More South Carolina workers are finding full-time jobs as the state's underemployment rate continues to drop The Post and Courier Joey Von Nessen 5/3/2017
University of South Carolina marketing class works on initiatives for S.C. Department of Commerce South Carolina Radio Network Jeff Rehling 4/25/2017
Industry lags behind Big Four on accounting ethics, study finds AccountingWeb Donna Bobek Schmitt 4/19/2017
USC study: Military represents 1 in 12 jobs in South Carolina The Post and Courier Department of Research 4/19/2017
Demand For finance degrees increasing South Carolina Public Radio Greg Putnam 4/18/2017
Experts discuss best ways to file taxes at the last minute WOLO ABC News
Donna Bobek Schmitt 4/17/2017
Why it pays to write shareholder reports well The Wall Street Journal Hugh Hoikwang Kim 4/9/2017
Average GMAT scores keep rising in MBA admissions Beat the GMAT Jennifer Ninh 4/4/2017
Decisions, decisions: The dangers of digital hiring Global Recruiter Robert Ployhart March 2017
Students gain international experience developing export plans for South Carolina companies Soda City Biz Wire Moore School 3/28/2017
Insurer for 200K South Carolina properties expires soon: What's being done about it? The Post and Courier Robert Hartwig 3/26/2017
Will the United States continue to be a pot of gold for international MBA applicants? Business Because
Jennifer Ninh 3/22/2017
Still in our fiber: S.C. wool facility shows textile industry’s persistence Free Times Mark Ferguson 3/22/2017
Business schools can create distinctive opportunities to help female MBA students succeed Graduate Management News Jennifer Ninh 3/21/2017
Startups Startin’ Somethin’ Leader's Edge Magazine Robert Hartwig 3/17/2017
Trump policies good news for insurers – mostly: Hartwig Business Insurance Robert Hartwig 3/16/2017
USC international business program keeps No. 1 ranking The State Moore School 3/14/2017
Six ways women can support each other in B-school and beyond Jennifer Ninh 3/14/2017
What the Republican health bill means for South Carolinians The Post and Courier Robert Hartwig 3/11/2017
MBA Application: The 10 Best Business Schools For Women (Moore School ranked No. 2 in the world.) BusinessBecause Moore School Diversity and Inclusion 3/7/2017
Critics: GOP bill could leave SC poor looking for help The State Robert Hartwig 3/7/2017
Insurance plentiful for most risks, but pollution remains a challenge Business Insurance Robert Hartwig 3/6/2017
Women still balk at risk of investing in MBAs Financial Times Alice Leri 3/2/2017
Economist: 'We're in a really sweet spot' Index–Journal Douglas Woodward 2/28/2017
South Carolina economy faces questions under new administrations South Carolina Public Radio Joey Von Nessen 2/28/2017
Your car insurance rates are going up because everyone keeps texting and driving NBC News Robert Hartwig 2/25/2017
How much money does Darlington Raceway generate for SC? The State Department of Research 2/22/2017
Smartphone addicts behind the wheel drive car insurance rates higher The Wall Street Journal
Robert Hartwig 2/20/2017
SCE&G gets new commitment from Westinghouse to finish V.C. Summer nuclear project The State Doug Woodward 2/14/2017
Trump set to make his mark on the Federal Reserve NPR Marketplace Robert Hartwig 2/14/2017
Ex-Michelin official to lead Moore School foundation The Times and Democrat Michael Fanning 2/5/2017
Financial Times ranks Moore School No. 1 in the world for international course experience Metro Columbia CEO Moore School 2/2/2017
The downtown land rush Upstate Business Journal William Harrison 2/2/2017
How to give yourself a midlife insurance audit Forbes Robert Hartwig 2/1/2017
Report: 822,000 South Carolinians with preexisting conditions were uninsurable before Obamacare The Post and Courier Robert Hartwig 1/31/2017
Income tax filing time in South Carolina South Carolina Radio Network Donna Bobek Schmitt 1/30/2017
Time for innovation: Business incubators highlight successes of startups GO Upstate Dirk Brown 1/29/2017
New 2017 Financial Times Rankings Poets & Quants Moore School 1/29/2017
Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2017: Analysis Financial Times Moore School 1/29/2017
Wharf Street project: $1.3 million bad deal for taxpayers? The Island Packet William Harrison 1/28/2017
Experts: Trump's trade proposals could hit South Carolina hard The State Gerald McDermott 1/28/2017
Research: Family firms are more innovative than other companies Harvard Business Review Marc van Essen 1/25/2017
USC Professor: Not taking part in TPP could negatively impact South Carolina South Carolina Radio Network Bill Hauk 1/25/2017
AIG, Berkshire Hathaway strike reinsurance pact Morningstar Robert Hartwig 1/20/17
Room upgrade can increase hotel profits up to 35 percent POST Online Media Pelin Pekgün and Mark Ferguson 1/19/17
Could Trump's tough talk on trade backfire on U.S. jobs? The Charlotte Observer John McDermott 1/18/17
Political power struggle ensuing over $25B pension deficit WLTX Columbia Robert Hartwig 1/18/17
MBLG to use EngenuitySC's 2016 Midlands Regional Competitiveness Report as road map for action Metro Columbia CEO Doug Woodward 1/16/17
Columbia ranks first in South Carolina in livability Cola Daily Doug Woodward 1/15/17
For banks, there’s a delayed benefit to rising rates NPR Marketplace Robert Hartwig 1/13/17
Darla Moore School of Business earns LEED Platinum certification SC Biz News Moore School 1/13/17
Accounting professor receives award for research on whistleblowing CPA Practice Advisor Bryan Stikeleather 1/10/17
Economists say state's labor market has strengthened considerably Palmetto Business Daily Joey Von Nessen 1/8/17
Business schools teach with telepresence BizEd Moore School 12/20/16
Manufacturing jobs are returning to some places. But these jobs are different. The Washington Post Joey Von Nessen 12/14/16
Discover the business school classroom of the future Forbes Moore School 12/13/16
Water Line Insurance: Is It Worth the Money? WLTX Columbia
Robert Hartwig 12/12/16
What Food Stamps And Drunk Driving Stats Have To Do With Each Other South Carolina Public Radio Orgul Ozturk


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