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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Brian White
With just three days officially left in South Carolina's legislative session, lawmakers have yet to pass a state budget for the fiscal year starting July 1.
The chairman of the House budget-writing committee said Wednesday that the state will address South Carolina State University's $13 million cash flow problem.
Shares of Apple jumped over 7 percent Monday, with one analyst calling a two-month sell-off in shares of the most valuable company on earth "insanely insane."
Delivery times climbed quickly as Apple Inc. started taking orders for the iPhone 5 on Friday, suggesting strong demand.
Hours after it started, Apple has stopped taking orders for the iPhone 5.
Apple shares slipped in early trading Tuesday after AT&T Inc., the largest seller of iPhones in the U.S., reported a sharp drop in first-quarter sales compared to the holiday quarter.
A Wall Street analyst on Monday set the highest price target yet for Apple Inc. shares, valuing them at $1,001 each, or about 62 percent more than their current price.
Seattle Sounders forward O'Brian White has had a second surgery on his left leg to repair an arterial blockage.
"We're very close," House Ways and Means Chairman Brian White, R-Anderson, said Thursday.
White contends it's better for the state if the Legislature can avoid protracted conference-committee disagreements on the budget.