Daily Archives: January 28, 2010

Apparel lifts Under Armour’s quarter

Baltimore-based Under Armour Inc. beat analysts’ estimates and nearly doubled its fourth-quarter profit in 2009 — an increase helped by gains in its apparel business during the holiday season, the company said Thursday. The results prompted the athletic apparel maker ...

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Bill would ban recognition of same-sex marriage in Md.

ANNAPOLIS – Legislation that would bar Maryland from recognizing same-sex marriages performed in other states touched off spirited debate Thursday on what many regard as the major civil rights issue of this generation. “I believe that same-sex marriage is against ...

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Nine appointed to trial courts

Gov. Martin O’Malley has appointed nine people, including the son of Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., to judgeships in Baltimore City and Anne Arundel and Montgomery counties.  Maryland Parole Commissioner Thomas V. Miller III will serve on the ...

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Sandy Spring’s 4Q loss grows to $4.4M

Hampered by the troubled housing market, Maryland’s largest independent community bank lost $4.4 million in the fourth quarter, Sandy Spring Bancorp reported Thursday. The parent of Olney-based Sandy Spring Bank said its per-share loss was 27 cents, compared to a ...

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