Recent Articles from Gina Gallucci-White
While financial planning in the gig economy looks different than W-2 workers, it is possible and highly encouraged by local experts.
The Miss Maryland 2023 pageant winner hopes to serve as a role model for young women looking to enter cybersecurity fields.
Dr. Scott Klein spoke about what drew him to the pediatrics field and his goals for his new position at Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital.
Law firms take in lots of data to represent clients and better understand how well the practice is performing.
Indoor cannabis production and growth can lead to a large carbon footprint due to the sizable amounts of lighting, along with venting, cooling and heating.
While primary care is a critical part of health care, it remains underfunded and in some cases undervalued.
The Maryland Daily Record reached out to Sharon Pelham to discuss her successes, her goals and the importance of outreach efforts by the banking industry.
Hood College announced the Hood Advantage Program, which fully covers the cost of tuition after federal aid and scholarships are applied.
The use of noncompetes is increasingly under challenge and must be managed by employers to comport with a shifting legal landscape, two veteran employment attorneys say.
A proposed six-month moratorium on warehouse developments in Harford County could end up driving businesses to locate elsewhere in the region.
While Maryland will soon allow marijuana, the drug is still illegal federally, which can lead to confusion by employees that are required to take drug tests.
TikTok will soon be banned from Baltimore City devices, becoming the latest in a growing line of state and local governments to prohibit the social media platform.