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Author Archives: Christine Condon

Christine Condon is a business reporter for The Daily Record. She studies journalism and government and politics at The University of Maryland, College Park.

Technology-driven Honeygrow hoping to make mark in Baltimore

Philadelphia-based stir-fry and salad restaurant Honeygrow is making inroads in the crowded Baltimore fast-casual restaurant market — with a little help from technology. Ordering kiosks line the front counters, where restaurant-goers can customize their meals down to the garnish, and ...

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Six new cranes added to Port of Baltimore terminal

Seagirt Marine Terminal cargo

Ports America Chesapeake has purchased six new mobile cranes for Baltimore’s Seagirt Marine Terminal as part of its ongoing expansion efforts. The rubber tyred gantry (RTG) cranes, which can stack and relocate large shipping containers, will increase productivity for the ...

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Westminster American comeback 12 years in the making

In 2004, the Carroll County Mutual Insurance Company was on its last legs. After nearly 135 years in business, the company was under state receivership resulting from deficient underwriting practices. “Normally what [The Maryland Insurance Administration] does is gradually unwind the ...

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MSBA panel to discuss virtual law practices, from headsets to big data

The Maryland State Bar Association’s Technology Committee has unique way to attract attendees to its education session Thursday in Ocean City: a free virtual reality headset. Lawyers will be able to take home the foldable, plastic eyewear that works with your ...

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Md. makes gains in finding jobs for military veterans

U.S. Army veteran Mary Pratt knows the exact day she came to the Maryland Center for Veterans Education and Training in Baltimore. On March 24, 2016, after the end of an 8-year marriage and  having just lost her job, she ...

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Baltimore company’s success built on pushing barcode boundaries

When it comes to tracking inventory, Baltimore-based Barcoding Inc. pushes the envelope, moving beyond basic barcodes to trace products as they move throughout facilities. “We’ve constantly innovated,” said Jay Steinmetz, founder and CEO of the company. “We first started online. We ...

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