Recent Articles from Pete Pichaske
The Baltimore-based Medifast opened a “product innovation center” in Owings Mills that has developed new product OPTAVIA Active.
The Catherine Community Solar project is being touted as a valuable step in helping Maryland reach its goal of 50% renewable energy production by 2030.
MD Energy Advisors is a Baltimore-based commercial, utility and financing energy solutions company that helps businesses and government agencies grow greener.
Robert Weltchek has been practicing law for more than four decades and has seen a lot of changes in his time. He says new technology has been huge for personal injury attorneys such as himself.
By the time litigation begins in personal injury cases, the attorneys involved have likely spent hours, sometimes countless hours, working on the case.
Mercy’s Maternal Health and Preventive Care Center will provide access to assistance with housing transportation, food insecurities, insurance navigation and health literacy.
University of Baltimore students have been placed in a variety of agencies and positions as part of a multifaceted effort to train more students for public service jobs.
Kevin Durant and his charitable foundation are donating $500,000 to renovate the basketball arena at Bowie State University.
Conventional wisdom has it that the COVID-19 pandemic changed forever the look of offices and the way they are used.
The George Santos controversy has reminded many people of the crucial importance of thoroughly checking out new hires.
Only a few months ago, CFG Bank probably was best known for being one of Maryland’s larger banks, the fifth largest in the state. Not anymore.
If there is an industry for which Maryland is best known these days, it might just be bio health.