With a slogan of “Turning plant floor data into actionable information,” Julie Lenzer founded the software company Applied Creative Technologies Inc. in 1995. Focused on data collection, data mining and analytics in the food manufacturing sector, Lenzer’s company started ...Read More »
One of the bright spots in Maryland’s commercial real estate market is the industrial sector — specifically warehouse and related spaces. Charm City plays a large role in this market thanks to the Port of Baltimore, the state’s proximity ...Read More »
As a young teenager, Jennifer Lake helped her father with the classes he taught at Comprehensive Survival Arts, an Owings Mills-based martial arts studio that he founded in the 1970s. One day, he suggested she teach a beginner’s class. After ...Read More »
BottomLine Growth Strategies Inc. founder Carol L. Coughlin was recently mentoring a business person who was thinking about joining a nonprofit board of directors. There are plenty of boards to join, she advised. “But if you really want to make ...Read More »
After a hospital administration career that took him to Florida, Kentucky, South Carolina and back to Florida again, Lyle Sheldon started working as chief operating officer at University of Maryland’s Upper Chesapeake Health in 1987, after he answered a newspaper ...
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For companies like the Bethesda, Maryland-based Lockheed Martin, the threat of a cyberattack calls for accelerated preparation. Lockheed Martin is where military aircraft, including the F-16 fighter jet and the Black Hawk helicopter, are designed and manufactured. The company, which ...Read More »
On a recent week in September, LifeBridge Health community health worker Brenda White left multiple messages for one of her clients but had not heard back. “It occurred to me that even though this person has a smart phone, did ...Read More »