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A conversation with a Latino innovator

Veronica Cool Bigger

People are sometimes surprised to learn I’m Hispanic, that English is my second language and that I’m an entrepreneur. The prevailing assumption is Latinos entrepreneurs are all landscapers, cleaners or caterers. This was the genesis for the Latino Innovators Pitch ...

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Growing Baltimore from its center

Fraser Smith Big

If you wonder which Baltimore neighborhood is growing – and you’re in view of the Inner Harbor – you’re probably standing in that neighborhood. OK, so you know this. You see the cranes. You see the young people, the bike ...

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Wellness programs must adhere to multiple masters

Barry Rosen

Regulations published by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) that describe how employers offering workplace wellness programs can comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) went into effect Jan. 1. ADA rules ...

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Wanted in Baltimore: New ideas

Fraser Smith Big

It’s time for Baltimoreans and friends of the city to think radically about its future. Everything should be on the table. Should another study of tax-exempt status for various institutions be underway? With the city looking more and more unsustainable, ...

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