A company that lent more than $2.5 million to the father and stepmother of Maryland’s former attorney general have asked a federal judge to convert the couple’s bankruptcy status from Chapter 11 to Chapter 7 – which would allow for liquidation of ...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 »
The prospect of a 300-mph train magnetic-levitation train rushing passengers between Baltimore and Washington in 15 minutes was greeted with a wave of fanfare last year, but there’s been little update on the project’s progress since that time. On Wednesday, ...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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PharmAthene Inc., an Annapolis-based biodefense company developing medical countermeasures against anthrax, announced Friday that after discussions with the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, the company has withdrawn the protest filed on Aug. 5. PharmAthene is a biodefense company engaged in ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Defense Department is honoring the Maryland State Police and a Salisbury construction company for supporting employees who serve in the National Guard and military reserve units. Defense Secretary Ash Carter says in a statement that the ...Read More »
A Baltimore health clinic has voted for unionizing after five supervisors were fired amid efforts on behalf of the staff to organize. Chase Brexton Health Care employees cast their ballots Thursday. The clinic caters primarily to poor populations without insurance, ...
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Maryland state auditors say St. Mary’s College of Maryland didn’t adequately protect sensitive personal information belonging to some students and employees and monitor some vendor payments closely enough. The public college also overpaid a retiring employee by about $10,000 after ...Read More »
After a $75,000 bonus and $30,000 salary increase awarded to University System of Maryland Chancellor Robert L. Caret earlier this year drew criticism from lawmakers, the system’s Board of Regents will consider changing its policies. Board Chair James T. Brady ...Read More »
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