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Author Archives: Rachel Bernstein

Under Armour’s profit up 77 percent, revenue forecast raised

Under Armour Inc. said Tuesday that its second-quarter profit increased more than 77 percent over last year thanks to boosts in apparel and direct-to-consumer sales, and raised its 2011 revenue forecast. The Baltimore-based firm had net income of $6.2 million, ...

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2,500 terminate enrollment in BGE PeakRewards program

About 2,500 customers have terminated their enrollment in Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.’s PeakRewards program after their air conditioning was cut off for hours during one of the hottest day of the year. The PeakRewards program was started in 2007 ...

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Complex deals can cause long delays between coaches’ hiring and signing

In the 6½ months since Randy Edsall was hired as the University of Maryland’s head football coach, he’s run 15 spring practices, given untold media interviews, played in charity golf tournaments, glad-handed hundreds of donors. He’s been on a whirlwind ...

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Wanted: One tourist from Wyoming

People from Wyoming must think they’re just too good for Frederick. Since the Tourism Council of Frederick County opened its new Frederick Visitor Center in April, nearly 8,500 visitors have passed through its doors. And in those three months, the ...

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Phillips opening at Power Plant this fall

Initial plans for a new Phillips Seafood Restaurant at the historic Power Plant building were approved Thursday by Baltimore’s Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel. The approval is the first step in a process to bring the restaurant, which is ...

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Top University of Maryland coaches guaranteed $2M, $1.9M

COLLEGE PARK — The new head coaches of the University of Maryland’s football and basketball teams are guaranteed $2 million and $1.9 million a year, according to contracts released Wednesday by the school in response to a Public Information Act ...

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Cordish to present plans for Phillips Restaurant at Power Plant

The Cordish Cos. and its architectural firm are scheduled to present their design plans for a Phillips Seafood restaurant in the Power Plant space formerly occupied by the ESPN Zone Thursday afternoon, hours after the Baltimore company plans a “major ...

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