With a $20 million state loan promised to defense contractor Northrop Grumman hanging in the balance, the Anne Arundel County Executive’s office is very concerned about the aerospace’s company’s future in the county. “To say we are worried by this ...Read More »
With Chase Brexton Health Services’ employees overwhelming voting in favor of forming a union, they now say they are waiting to see if the company’s management plans any pushback prior to the vote becoming certified. Workers at the Baltimore health ...Read More »
With people relying more on mobile apps for everyday banking needs, branches are trying to come up with innovative ways to serve customers. For Point Breeze Credit Union, that means fusing technology with a specialized form of banking reminiscent of ...
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Maryland Women’s Business Center awarded its $5,000 grand prize to a local distillery for this year’s annual StartRight Women’s Business Plan Competition, which brings out women-owned startups from across the state. Free State Cooperage, owned by Alice Blayne-Allard, makes American ...
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Sagamore Ventures, the venture capital subsidiary of Plank Industries, has invested in local accessory maker Treason Toting Co. in an effort to promote local manufacturing. Founded in 2013, Treason makes leather and canvas tote bags, duffel bags, wallets and other ...Read More »
With people on Ellicott City’s Main Street trying to piece their lives back together, one problem business are facing is how to salvage crucial information from computers destroyed in the storm. A local data forensics company has been able to ...Read More »
Consumer rights advocates, joined by Maryland’s attorney general, and the banking industry are going toe to toe over a federal proposal to block banks from using mandatory arbitration to resolve disputes with their customers. The 90-day comment period on a ...Read More »
With Maryland announcing its first round of cannabis dispensary licenses, patients with certain medical conditions will soon be able to obtain cannabis to treat their chronic pain. But are physicians sufficiently educated to know when to counsel their patients on whether ...Read More »
An attempt by workers at a local health care provider to unionize has heated up in recent weeks, especially after the firing of five people involved in that effort led to an online petition that garnered over 1,300 signatures as ...Read More »