Forecasts of snow and rain already had Baltimore residents expecting a wet ride home Wednesday evening — but flooded streets during their morning commute came as a surprise.Read More »
It’s a strange time to be a bank. As low interest rates pinch profits, many community banks struggle to survive, but meanwhile, major conglomerates are mimicking certain qualities of the little guys. Just ask industry veteran Laura Gamble, who was recently appointed Maryland regional president of PNC Financial Services Group Inc.Read More »
Superstorm Sandy has left her mark across the state — from snow-covered hills in Garrett County to decimated piers in Ocean City and flooded basements everywhere in between — but she also made waves in the business community, where the ripple effects are still noticeable.Read More »
The morning after superstorm Sandy spared much of Maryland its worst, some local systems resumed operations and surged forward with recovery efforts, but other government agencies and businesses were still in the dark. “As you all know, we were very, ...
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As rain mercilessly pelted pedestrians and rising waters threatened to bury parts of downtown Baltimore on Monday, the city’s tourism industry took a beating, as well. Hotels were emptier than expected, conventions were under-attended and storefronts went dark. “We’ve had ...Read More »
Legg Mason Inc. executives are fresh off a quarter marked by slight growth and — at long last — net cash inflows, but they aren’t pretending to ignore what’s really on the minds of investors and analysts. As the search ...Read More »
Under Armour Inc.’s third quarter brought an increase in profit, the company said Thursday, but supply chain management issues continued to beleaguer the Baltimore-based performance athletic apparel firm.Read More »