Princeton gets 6th nobel-winning economist

Nobel prize-winning economists have been clustered among a small group of prestigious universities. On Monday, Angus Deaton became the sixth economist affiliated with Princeton University to receive a Nobel prize. Deaton was awarded about $975,000 by the Royal Swedish Academy ...

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U.S. senator: VW should face maximum $18B fine

HARTFORD, Conn. — U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal says Volkswagen should face a maximum federal fine of $18 billion after the German automaker admitted it installed software designed to manipulate diesel engine exhaust emissions. The Connecticut Democrat said Monday that Volkswagen ...

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Legg Mason reports $672.1B AUM in September

Baltimore-based Legg Mason Inc. reported preliminary assets under management of $672.1 billion as of Sept. 30. This month’s AUM included preliminary long-term net inflows of $1.5 billion, consisting of fixed income inflows of $1.3 billion and equity inflows of $0.2B.  Liquidity outflows were $1.1 billion and this month’s AUM included $1.2 billion in ...

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Sen. Kelley to speak at WIMHE luncheon

Maryland state Sen. Delores Kelley will be the guest speaker at the Women in Maryland Higher Education’s annual luncheon and lend her voice to the topic of “Conversation Changers: Evolving Leadership Roles Women Play in Higher Education.” The luncheon is ...

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Baltimore gas prices inch higher

Average retail gasoline prices in Baltimore climbed 1.5 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.22 a gallon Sunday, according to according to gasoline price website GasBuddy.com’s daily survey of 663 gas outlets in Baltimore. This compares with the ...

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