Wednesday was a challenge for me. Editing The Daily Record’s story about the layoffs at The Sun was difficult because the journalists let go were “my people” — men and women who are about my age, many of whom I ...
By: Danny Jacobs
Daily Record Legal Affairs Writer
April 30, 2009
As a theater aficianado, Judge Dana Mark Levitz is probably familiar with the concept of a ”limited engagement.” The term can now also be used to describe his role as a retired, visiting judge, which is what he was Wednesday in Baltimore County Circuit Court. Levitz ...
Steve Forbes, the former Republican presidential candidate, CEO of Forbes Inc. and editor-in-chief of Forbes magazine, praised local business leaders but took national economic figures to task during a visit to Stevenson University’s opening ceremony for the Howard S. Brown School of Business and Leadership Thursday.
Readers of The Baltimore Sun will likely see a reorganized newspaper soon that will include big chunks of shared content from sister publications nationwide, after management excised 27 percent of newsroom staff this week.
A state senator who has been under federal investigation relating to previously undisclosed consultant work for a grocery store chain has disclosed the work in a recent filing to the State Ethics Commission.
Business clubs today are not the cigar-smoke-filled exclusive dens stocked with bottles of Remy Martin. They are undergoing a transformation - a product of the changing nature of businesses themselves.
Gov. Martin O’Malley on Thursday filled four judicial vacancies, appointing circuit court judges for Baltimore County and Montgomery County as well as a circuit and district court judge for Charles County.