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Author Archives: Sean Wallace

Columbia’s solar offsetting hits 100 percent

SunEdison Inc., a global renewable energy development company, in partnership with solar developer Bithenergy, announced Friday that Columbia is now offsetting 100 percent of its energy use from renewable sources. Columbia now sources 75 percent of its energy from wind renewable energy credits ...

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WellCare, Md. tech firm team up

WellCare Health Plans, Inc., a provider of managed care services for government-sponsored health care programs, and Bowie-based Inovalon, a leading technology company providing advanced, cloud-based data analytics and data-driven intervention platforms, today announced a 5-year agreement to improve member health ...

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Leslie Pomerantz and Allison Baumwald | THE ASSOCIATED

The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore recently named Leslie Pomerantz chief development officer and Allison Baumwald the senior vice president of its annual campaign. Pomerantz will manage The Associated’s total resource development strategy including the annual campaign, donor cultivation ...

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Md. ad firm founder to speak at Ad Week DC

Justin Jones, the founder of Columbia-based KDG Advertising, will speak during Ad Week DC 2015, the region’s largest training conference for advertising, marketing, digital, technology, public affairs, social media event marketing and traditional media leaders set for Sept. 26-Oct. 2. ...

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Medifast to participate in Imperial Capital conference

Owings Mills-based Medifast Inc., a manufacturer and provider of weight-loss and healthy living products and programs, announced Tuesday that Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Michael C. MacDonald and  Chief Financial Officer Timothy Robinson will present at the ninth annual Imperial Capital ...

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Del. Uber drivers told to get business licenses

DEWEY BEACH, Del. — Officials in numerous Delaware cities have asked drivers who use the ride-hailing app Uber to obtain business licenses. Under a deal struck by Delaware and the company this year, it is unclear if Uber has to ...

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