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Carson spent heavily on consultants, light on 2016 campaigning

WASHINGTON — Ben Carson ran for president, and his consultants won. The political newcomer who said this week he sees “no path” to the Republican nomination raised more money than any other GOP contender, $58 million since he began his ...

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Under Armour: Guidance stands despite Sports Authority bankruptcy

Under Armour Inc. says there are no changes to its expectations for 2016 after the Wednesday announcement by The Sports Authority that it had begun Chapter 11 bankruptcy restructuring. Under Armour still expects 2016 net revenues of approximately $4.95 billion, ...

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Md. power generation firm settles dispute with Chilean company

Bethesda-based Terraform Power Inc. on Friday announced that the company and its Missouri-based parent SunEdison Inc. had settled disputes with shareholders of a Chilean firm after a failed deal to acquire the third company. Shareholders of Latin America Power Holding BV had filed ...

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US adds a strong 242,000 jobs; rate holds at low 4.9 pct.

WASHINGTON — U.S. employers added a robust 242,000 workers in February as retailers, restaurants and health care providers drove another solid month for the resilient American job market. The unemployment rate held steady at a low 4.9 percent. The Labor ...

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Potential Supreme Court nominee has public defender background

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — As a federal appeals court judge, Jane L. Kelly has an unusual background: She’s a criminal defense lawyer and a Harvard Law School classmate of President Barack Obama. A Fulbright scholar, Kelly became only the second ...

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Police: Man slain at city depot after fight with co-worker

A Baltimore public works employee was fatally shot at a city maintenance depot after an argument with a co-worker turned physical and the co-worker got a gun Thursday, city police said. The shooter is still on the loose, they said. ...

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Md. transportation show and tell

It was “Transportation Day” at the BWI Business Partnership’s February breakfast meeting featuring Maryland Department of Transportation Secretary Pete K. Rahn as the keynote speaker. Even before the Rahn’s speech, the conference room at the BWI Marriott hotel offered a ...

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Baltimore design panel approves Midtown Outpatient Clinic plans

Baltimore’s architecture panel approved schematics for a $50 million, 216,000-square-foot outpatient medical center. The University of Maryland Medical Center intends to begin demolition on the future site of the Midtown Outpatient Center at its Midtown medical campus this fall. The ...

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C. Fraser Smith: A citizen’s candidate questionnaire

Who says the political questionnaire should be the sole province of newspapers or civic groups? Not that we don’t appreciate the work. We do. But others could join in the fun, offering their own list of questions. It’s a bit ...

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Md. House votes for adjustment in school funding formula

ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland House of Delegates has approved an adjustment to how localities’ wealth is calculated in determining state aid for schools. The House voted 135-3 for the bill Thursday. It now goes to the Senate. The measure aims ...

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