Monday, November 12, 2012

The Agenda: Committee to look into hacking, Tech firms upgrading, Collins in hot water?

The Alley preps for opening

Posted by Sam Spence on Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 11:15 AM

click to enlarge PeopleMatter plans to move into its new King St. digs in the next few months. - JOSHUA CURRY FILE PHOTO

Charleston tech firms to upgrade
Across the Charleston area, technology companies that have changed the Charleston business landscape in recent years, are planning to upgrade their facilities.
Sources: Post and Courier

State committee appointed to look into Dept. of Revenue hacking
On Friday, senior state senators appointed a special subcommittee to look into the security breach that cost the state more than 4.5 million tax payers' personal information. Governor Nikki Haley says she hopes to release findings of the internal investigation of the hack to the public this week.
Sources: Charleston City Paper
What will be the long-term impact of hacking scandal?

Charleston school board member Collins may be in violation of lease of district school building
According to the Post and Courier, Charleston County Consolidated School District Board of Trustees member Chris Collins, from North Charleston, may be in violation of his lease of a shuttered Charleston school building that he has permission to use on a limited basis as his church.
Sources: Post and Courier

The Alley preps to open first downtown bowling lanes in decades
The long-awaited opening of The Alley on Columbus St. is nearing, as owners put the finising touches on the 8-lane bowling alley, bar, and restaurant.
Sources: Post and Courier

Carrier Classic cut short due to condensation on court
The Ohio State and Marquette mens basketball teams did little more than warm up ahead of their planned match-up on the flight deck of the USS Yorktown Friday before event organizers decided to call off the game as falling temperatures created condensation to be formed on the court.
Sources: Post and Courier

Two years after election, Haley sits at a crossroads
With the 2012 general election in the rear view mirror, Gov. Nikki Haley nears the halfway point in her first term as governor, she takes stock of where she stands now, and the challenges she's tackled over her time in office.
Sources: The State



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