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NEW YORK - Fast food is becoming a dirty term. As smaller players challenge fast-food chains such as McDonald's and Burger King, they're fighting to set themselves apart by describing their food as "fast casual," "fine casual," "fast crafted" and … more
Health insurance may not be the sexiest New Year's resolutions subject, but thinking about it could be just as important as vowing to drop a few pounds or quit smoking. It could be very beneficial to your fiscal health in 2016 if you make a few … more
Entrepreneur course will be offered South Carolina Commission for Minority Affairs in partnership with Santee-Lynches Regional Council of Governments, Logic2Performance, Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce and a grant provided by USDA Rural … more
The Society of Certified Insurance Counselors recently honored Connie Musa of Creech Roddey Watson Insurance of Sumter for dedication and leadership in the insurance industry. Musa was awarded a … more
Growing up in Fort Lawn, a small community southeast of Rock Hill in Chester County, Ted Wilson Sr. said he wanted to become a school teacher. After attending high school in Great Falls, the young Wilson enrolled at Morris College in 1966 and after … more
NEW YORK - Companies around the world spent a record $5.04 trillion on acquisitions in 2015, according to Dealogic, as slow worldwide economic growth and low interest rates pushed companies to combine forces. Dealogic, a financial data provider, … more
NEW YORK - Freeze your credit reports before you get burned. That's the message from security experts, consumer advocates and some state attorneys general. They say more people should consider a credit freeze as a way to block identity thieves … more
In an age where chain video stores have become a rare sight, Family Video has not only been able to survive, but to become the largest movie and game rental chain in the nation. The store has more than 775 locations in 19 states and Canada. The … more
"It's less about the money than the relationship," said jeweler Johnny Osteen at Jewelry Wholesale Inc., 41 E. Wesmark Blvd. "If you don't have a relationship, you don't have that second generation come in." While many jewelers woo their … more
NEW YORK - The unseasonably warm weather has left some people feeling cold about holiday shopping. Rosemarie Nowicki, who lives in Berkeley Heights, N.J., finally spent some of her holiday budget last weekend buying coats online for her family … more
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