Recent Articles from Jon Sham
U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., has served on the Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee since 2007. Cardin sat down at his Washington, D.C. office with The Daily Record to discuss some of the challenges — and victories — for small businesses in a recovering economy.
Tough decisions are being made in Annapolis about the state budget, and the long-time director of the Walter’s Art Museum announced he would be stepping down. Those stories and more in this week’s business top 5. 1. Analyst: ‘Doomsday Budget’ would cost 500 state jobs – by Alexander Pyles Hundreds of state jobs would be […]
Michael Beatty, president of Harbor East Development Group, spoke to reporters and editors at The Daily Record about developing in Baltimore, Harbor East and its plans to build a new tower for Exelon at Harbor Point once it acquires Constellation Energy.
Changes are coming to the Rotunda in Hampden and to the Light Street Pavilion at Harborplace, and East Baltimore residents rallied again in protest of EBDI. Those stories and more in this week’s business top 5. 1. Rotunda changes loom – by Melody Simmons Outside the stately Rotunda development in Hampden Tuesday evening, the late […]
City police were never far away Thursday morning as angry East Baltimore residents marched toward Johns Hopkins in protest of East Baltimore Development Inc., chanting "We want jobs!" and "If we don't work, nobody works!" EBDI has been redeveloping neighborhoods in the area, and out-of-work residents demand that they be given the jobs with the development.
About 100 East Baltimore residents were met with more than a dozen city police officers Thursday when they rallied to demand jobs from East Baltimore Development Inc., which is constructing in their neighborhoods.
New restaurants come to West Baltimore and Arundel Mills and a new (and controversial) fountain coming to Union Square are among the most-read business stories of the week. The list also includes the Baltimore Grand Prix receiving new management. The Top 5 business stories of the week are: 1. Panera Bread opening on W. Baltimore […]
Kimberly Burns, the president of Maryland Business for Responsive Government, spoke to The Daily Record about state taxes and Maryland's competitiveness with nearby states and also gave her thoughts on the rest of this year's General Assembly session.
If the Hollywood Diner was viable under its current operator, Baltimore would not have terminated its lease, according to the executive director of the nonprofit Chesapeake Center for Youth Development. Ivan Leshinsky said Wednesday that CCYD did not comply with the terms of its agreement with the city, including neglecting to give expenditure reports and […]
The city terminated its lease with the Hollywood Diner and the Chesapeake Center for Youth Development because the nonprofit organization was not complying with all of the terms of the agreement, Baltimore’s comptroller said Tuesday. Joan M. Pratt said that CCYD, which has run the landmark eatery for more than 20 years, using it as […]