Author Archives: Anamika Roy

Anamika covers the business of law beat at The Daily Record. She is also an evening student at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law.

Under Armour wants you to ‘Rule Yourself’

Steph Curry

Under Armour released its new “Rule Yourself” marketing campaign Monday, which encourages training as a lifestyle. The campaign launched with a 60-second ad, titled “Anthem,” and will be followed by several short films this fall featuring NBA MVP Stephen Curry, ...

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Officials from Belarus learn American view of money in Baltimore

Sue Rogan, director of financial education at the Maryland CASH Campaign, plays the Money Habitudes card game with a delegation from Belarus that visited the Maryland CASH campaign Thursday to learn about financial literacy in the United States. (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

During a visit to the Maryland CASH Campaign office Thursday morning, a delegation from Belarus was asked: What comes to mind when you hear the word “money?” “Freedom,” said one. “Bills,” said another, in Russian. As part of a three-week ...

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Baltimore tourism officials point to promising signs

A display of advertisements from the My B-More campaign are displayed during the launch party at the Visit Baltimore office April 2. (Photo by Maximilian Franz / The Daily Record)

As they work to rebuild the city’s image following April’s riots, Baltimore tourism officials could look back — and forward — to some good news. In 2014, 24.5 million people visited Baltimore, an increase of 2.5 percent over the previous ...

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After five decades, Valley Motors agrees to a sale

A family-owned car dealership that’s been a Cockeysville staple for more than 50 years is being sold to the country’s top publicly traded auto dealer. AutoNation announced Tuesday that it’s purchasing three stores from Valley Motors Auto Group that make ...

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‘A difficult day for us:’ Md. Batman impersonator dies

In this March 27, 2012, photo, Leonard Robinson, dressed as Batman, poses for a photo outside his home, in Owings Mills. Authorities say, Robinson, known for visiting hospitalized children dressed in his Batman costume, died, Sunday in a crash on Interstate 70, in western Maryland. (Jonathan Newton/The Washington Post via AP)

HAGERSTOWN — The Owings Mills Batman impersonator who died Sunday knew how to make sick children smile. “He was a true hero to them,” said Marilyn Richardson, pediatric liaison for The Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics at Sinai Hospital in ...

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