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Why golf is good business By Leslie T. Snadowsky What pro athlete doesn’t want to be a GOAT (Greatest Of All Time)? Former PGA Tour Pro Doug Weaver, 61, and director of instruction at Palmetto Dunes Golf Academy at Palmetto Dunes...
Jake Higgins’ journey as a serial entrepreneur Story + Photos by Lucy Rosen People start businesses for all kinds of reasons. Some are in it for the money, some are in it for the thrill, and others have dreams of making...
Former Science Committee Chief of Staff Chuck Atkins offers advice for success By Eddy Hoyle Chuck Atkins is a combat veteran of the Vietnam War, having served in the U.S. Marine Corps. His service to our country continued throughout his career....
Old school GE executive George Krall offers advice for success By Eddy Hoyle George Krall spent a 34-year career at GE and retired as corporate vice president and general manager of the Aircraft Engine Manufacturing division. He oversaw nine manufacturing plants...
Lesson’s in Leadership from Beaufort’s outgoing Mayor, Billy Keyserling. By Lucy Rosen A native Beaufortonian, former mayor Billy Keyserling knows a lot about Beaufort, a lot about public service and a whole lot about leadership. As Beaufort’s mayor for the past...
How local resident Keith Wandell steered Harley-Davidson back to hog heaven and repositioned the iconic motorcycle manufacturer for a bright future. Story by Eddy Hoyle Harley-Davidson is an iconic symbol of personal freedom and independence with a legacy that typified the...
Harley-Davidson executive Keith Wandell shares a few secrets for success. Story by Eddy Hoyle Keith E. Wandell retired from the helm of Harley-Davidson, Inc. in 2015 where he served as chairman, president and chief executive officer. Harley-Davidson is the parent company...