Most of the Maryland companies mentioned in the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 2017 Corporate Equality Index received high scores for corporate policies that support the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgener community. The LGBT rights organization gave 11 Maryland companies, of ...Read More »
Starting in 2020, Under Armour will be the official uniform provider for Major League Baseball. The Baltimore sports brand announced a 10-year partnership with MLB, confirming reports from October, marking Under Armour’s first-ever uniform deal with a professional American league. ...Read More »
A new report from The Chronicle of Higher Education shows that 39 private college presidents earned more than $1 million, among them Johns Hopkins University President Ronald J. Daniels, who made about $1.4 million. The report shows figures from 2014 ...Read More »
Alan D. Wilson, executive chairman of the board and former CEO of McCormick & Company, will end his eight-year tenure as chairman, effective Jan. 31. CEO Lawrence Kurzius will take over as chairman, on top of his current duties, the ...Read More »
Stevenson University President Kevin J. Manning is retiring from his position effective immediately, the university told students, faculty and administrators Tuesday. Manning had previously announced his retirement effective June 30 but has decided to retire earlier to attend to health ...
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Goodwill Industries is typically known for its retail stores and acceptance of clothing donations, and for good reason. About 70 percent of the organization’s funding comes from its retail locations. However, on this year’s Giving Tuesday, Goodwill Industries of the ...
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A federal judge’s 11th-hour ruling that blocks new overtime pay rules means Maryland employers can keep the status quo and drop their frantic rush to meet the Dec. 1 regulations, labor and employment law experts said Wednesday. But the ruling ...Read More »
With the immense popularity of Snapchat and Pokemon Go, tech companies see virtual and augmented reality as the new frontier in the industry. A Baltimore company is taking that experience a step further and using an unusual tool: temporary tattoos. ...Read More »