Monthly Archives: June 2011

Exxon hit with $1B more in damages

Exxon Mobil Corp. has been hit with $1 billion in punitive damages for a 2006 gasoline leak in rural Baltimore County, sources close to the litigation said. That’s in addition to about $495 million in compensatory damage awards that were ...

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The Daily Record honors 20 in Their Twenties

The Daily Record held its first event honoring young professionals, 20 in Their Twenties, on Wednesday, June 29 at the Baltimore Museum of Art. The program celebrates the best and brightest under 30 who may have not earned their first million but whose creativity and spirit are already contributing to a new energy in Maryland.

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Week in review: 7/1/11

Culinary school’s future in jeopardy Nervous and, in some cases, angry, students of Baltimore International College were waiting this week to see if their school will be closed in the wake of losing accreditation from the Middle States Commission on Higher ...

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Work-from-home jobs come into their own

Amber Ruth has two officemates, Charlie and Scooter. Charlie is her dog, a German shepherd-Lab mix, and Scooter is her part-minx cat. “He likes to play fetch,” she said of Scooter. “I’m on the phone, and tossing my cat’s ball.” ...

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On the move – 7/1/11: Rowen wins nursing award

Accounting Erika Pecora has been hired by Gross, Mendelsohn & Associates, of Baltimore, as an account executive in its technology solutions group. Pecora, who has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Towson University, previously was an investment operations representative ...

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Getaways: Fourth of July fireworks

This may be one of my favorite posts so far to write. Mostly because I still get giddy over fireworks. The cacophony of fireworks and constant Sousa, popcorn and fried food smells… It’s the best. We won’t provide an entirely ...

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