Daily Archives: April 24, 2008

Do Maryland’s CEOs make too much?

Some of Maryland’s top-earning CEOs are missile makers, energy producers, power tool manufacturers and hoteliers. Clearly these are complex businesses that require some of the best minds to keep them afloat. Maybe that’s why the men behind Lockheed Martin Corp. ...

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Counties want slots

Not a huge surprise, but… The Maryland Association of Counties is calling for a “yes” vote in this fall’s referendum on whether to allow slot machines around the state. MACo has backed slots since Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. was ...

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The justices we haven’t seen

It’s great that Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia will be talking at the Lyric today as part of UB Law’s spring speaker series, but it does make me wonder… Over the three years I have worked at The Daily Record, ...

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Justice comes to town

Hey, Justice Antonin Scalia! You’ve just finished hearing arguments for the term on the Supreme Court! What are you going to do next? “I’m going to Baltimore!” The University of Baltimore School of Law, to be precise. Scalia, slated to ...

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Scalia speaks at UB Law

With his characteristic humor and pointed sarcasm, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia told a Baltimore crowd yesterday that originalism is the only valid way to interpret the Constitution.

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Slumping Black & Decker to lay off 700

Stung by slumping home building and consumer spending, Black & Decker Corp. on Thursday said its first-quarter earnings declined 37.6 percent and it would lay off 700 people, including an unspecified number in Maryland.

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