Recent Articles from Special to The Daily Record
It’s a family affair at Strum Contracting, a 36-year-old welding and fabrication construction business in Baltimore.
John Walters, president of Walters Relocations Inc., a moving company in Baltimore, did not grow up wanting to be in the moving business.
Maryland Health Connection for Small Business is the only place where small businesses may qualify for a federal tax credit to lower the cost of coverage for employees.
Here's a comprehensive list of some of the most innovative financial avenues for startups and small enterprises.
While most standard business principles apply across both sectors, there are some key differentiators you should know when doing business with the State of Maryland.
Many small businesses grow through work as a subcontractor, and building relationships with prime contractors is key for minority business enterprises to be successful.
David Wilson tells Sloane Brown about the challenges he faces as president of Morgan State University — and how he not only looks for those challenges, but welcomes them.
Annie Milli tells Sloane Brown about the mission of Live Baltimore, where she is the executive director. She explains how she – and everyone there – put their money where their mouths are, living in the city they promote.
With loan growth slowing at community banks nationwide, it might seem an unusual time for a bank to be expanding. But that’s what Univest Financial is doing.
After serving as Harbor Bank of Maryland’s president and chief operating officer for nearly three years, John Lewis was promoted to chief executive officer in April.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, billions of dollars of relief for small businesses flowed into American communities. Yet, many business owners, especially minority business owners,, were not able to access these funds.