Recent Articles from Maria Zilberman
Baltimore Grand Prix signs a presenting sponsor
Organizers of Baltimore’s second annual Labor Day weekend street racing event have surprised themselves, snagging a presenting sponsor just two weeks before motorsport enthusiasts and drivers descend on the city. Andretti Sports Marketing and Race On LLC announced Wednesday that Chrysler Group’s Street and Racing Technology (SRT) brand will be the presenting sponsor of the […]
Some vendors give Grand Prix a re-start
Some of the vendors who got stiffed by the organizers of last year’s Grand Prix of Baltimore are giving the race — and its new management — a second chance.
End of an era: Fields of Pikesville set to close
The tuna fish. The French fries. The snowballs. The hot fudge sundaes. The selection of greeting cards. The people — most of all, the people.
When starting a firm, think how you want to finish
After 30 years at the helm of Survice Engineering Co., James P. Foulk had to decide: What would happen to the business he’d built?
Dolan 2Q earnings up, but revenue and guidance down
The Dolan Company, owner of The Daily Record, lowered its full year earnings guidance Wednesday after posting an increase in profit but a decrease in revenue for the second quarter.
Big makeover for Aquarium’s centerpiece
The heart of the National Aquarium in Baltimore is getting a $12.5 million makeover as officials prepare to drain the 260,000-gallon centerpiece tank after Labor Day.
State losing more small businesses than its neighbors
Maryland lost 4.71 percent, or 6,494, of its small businesses from 2007 to 2010, a decrease that one fiscal policy group chalks up to the state’s tax increases. But some economic experts say that is only part of the answer.
Analysts cautiously optimistic on Legg despite loss
Despite posting its first quarterly loss since early 2009, analysts are cautiously optimistic about the future of Baltimore-based asset manager Legg Mason Inc., citing the firm’s buy back of shares and movement toward positive flows.
Andretti OK with starting second
On the track, it’s about being first. Off the track, sometimes second is better.
UMMS to partner in new $600M regional hospital
Faced with 24,000 residents who are leaving Prince George’s County annually to seek medical treatment, Maryland officials Wednesday unveiled plans to improve the county’s health care system and build a $600 million regional hospital to replace Prince George’s Hospital Center.
T. Rowe Price’s second half to hinge on election year politics
Though Baltimore-based money manager T. Rowe Price Group Inc. reported an increase in income and revenue for the second quarter, the company’s performance in the second half of the year hinges on the politics of an election year and a national government that has failed to reach a budget compromise.
Under Armour lowers its projections for online sales
Under Armour Inc. executives said Tuesday they have lowered projections for online sales for the year as the Baltimore-based sports apparel company continues to have difficulty converting site visits to dollars.