An accounting rule that was missed on some municipal construction projects in Baltimore forced the city to drop the value of its fixed assets by 5 percent and reflect that in revised financial statements for 2010. On Friday, Edward J. ...Read More »
Monthly Archives: September 2011
In 2007, Bon Secours Hospital, which services a troubled West Baltimore neighborhood, was operating $15 million in the red and was facing an uncertain future. On Friday, hospital officials said the institution had righted the sinking ship, shored up its ...Read More »
A deal that will require mega-retailer Amazon and other online shops to pay sales tax in California has sparked renewed hopes of reaching a similar agreement in Maryland. “It’s a break in the sense that the largest state, economically, in ...Read More »
Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland received a grant of $100,000 from the Walmart Foundation and the Meals on Wheels Association of America. The Baltimore-based organization said it will use the funds to purchase multiple tray sealers for use in ...Read More »
SunEdison LLC of Beltsville, a provider of solar energy services, said it will lead development of advanced home solar photovoltaic charging systems for Chevrolet Volt electric vehicles, as part of its participation in the Pecan Street Inc. smart grid project ...Read More »
Gov. Martin O’Malley will lead a six-day trade mission to India in late November, his second overseas economic development excursion this year. The delegation of state officials, educators and business executives from Maryland companies will travel to Mumbai, New Delhi ...
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Medical Emergency Professionals, a Germantown-based emergency physician partnership and management group, said it was awarded a contract to manage the emergency department of Bristol Hospital in Bristol, Conn. This is the first out-of-state emergency department management contract won by the ...Read More »
NEW YORK — Bank of America’s homepage and online banking service were experiencing problems Friday, a day after the company said it would start charging a $5 monthly fee for customers who make debit card purchases. A message on the ...Read More »
Two multimillion-dollar lawsuits filed in Baltimore City are among the most-read legal affairs stories this week. One lawsuit alleges police misconduct, the other filed in response to a boy being attacked by the pit bull. But the top stories of ...
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With the exception of those fortunate few who can pay cash, the ups and downs of the mortgage industry are an integral part of buying a home. Sometimes qualification standards are low, but interest rates are high; and other times, ...Read More »