Organizers of Baltimore’s second annual Labor Day weekend street racing event have surprised themselves, snagging a presenting sponsor just two weeks before motorsport enthusiasts and drivers descend on the city. Andretti Sports Marketing and Race On LLC announced Wednesday that ...Read More »
Some of the vendors who got stiffed by the organizers of last year’s Grand Prix of Baltimore are giving the race — and its new management — a second chance.Read More »
Maryland lost 4.71 percent, or 6,494, of its small businesses from 2007 to 2010, a decrease that one fiscal policy group chalks up to the state’s tax increases. But some economic experts say that is only part of the answer.Read More »
Despite posting its first quarterly loss since early 2009, analysts are cautiously optimistic about the future of Baltimore-based asset manager Legg Mason Inc., citing the firm’s buy back of shares and movement toward positive flows.Read More »
Faced with 24,000 residents who are leaving Prince George’s County annually to seek medical treatment, Maryland officials Wednesday unveiled plans to improve the county’s health care system and build a $600 million regional hospital to replace Prince George’s Hospital Center.
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