In an attempt to save Baltimore’s tourism and hospitality industry and the tens of thousands of people it employs, Visit Baltimore is making a request to residents and businesses: Stay local. The city’s official sales and marketing arm announced Monday ...Read More »
When it comes to women’s wear, Under Armour is beating Lululemon. That declaration came from a surprising source this week: Chip Wilson, the founder of Lululemon Athletica Inc. Wilson, who stepped down from the company’s board of directors earlier this ...Read More »
Philadelphia is closer to getting its version of the Maryland Live Casino after the city’s planning commission approved a master project plan for a Stadium Casino facility from The Cordish Cos. The venue, described as a “world-class resort project” in ...Read More »
Medical technology company BD Life Sciences has signed on as a sponsor of Johns Hopkins University’s FastForward business accelerator program, a move that officials say will give the company access to the program’s innovation hubs in the city. BD will ...
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Amid the pitches, demos, networking and electric bocce-ball games at Thursday’s Beta City celebration in Port Covington, two people were recognized for their contributions to the Baltimore region’s entrepreneurship and innovation community. Bob Embry, president of the Abell Foundation, and ...Read More »
STC, LLC has signed a multi-year equipment deal with one of the top collegiate lacrosse programs in the country. The Baltimore-based lacrosse stick maker announced Thursday that it is the official equipment supplier for Duke University’s men’s lacrosse program. As ...Read More »
After acquiring the Timonium-based managed-care organization Riverside Health this year, the University of Maryland Medical System will be offering new, enhanced health plans for people enrolled in Medicare and Medicaid. For some members, the plans will offer extra benefits such ...
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Sociologists at the University of Maryland, College Park have found that while Americans have generally become more accepting of pornography over the past decades, men and women have grown more divided on the issue. A study led by Ph.D student ...Read More »