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Here are the five latest startups funded by TEDCO

The Maryland Technology Development Corporation (TEDCO) announced a total of $600,000 in seed funding for five companies Thursday. The companies cover areas from life sciences to cybersecurity and are located in five counties. “At TEDCO, we help transform innovative life ...

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Maryland small businesses find social media benefits

A recent report by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce found that small businesses are increasingly turning to social media to help grow their business. In Maryland the survey found that 65 percent of small businesses, which employ more than 50 ...

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Betamore, Hopkins, UM launch health care incubator

Betamore, Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures and UM Ventures have launched Trajectory Next, a health care startup incubator focused on helping new companies that already have gone through at least one accelerator program. Trajectory Next launched its application this week, and it ...

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Airbnb users brought $42 million to Md. last year

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Airbnb continued to grow in the Maryland market last year, with around 265,000 visits bringing in more than $42 million. In 2017, the short-term rental service said it booked 151,000 stays in Maryland, totaling more than $25 million. “Home sharing ...

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The top ten gadgets at CES 2018

From home entertainment to sleeping aides to wine to interactive toilets, the tech expo is fertile ground for new products.

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Wen asks feds for help as Trump opioid order set to expire

Baltimore City Health Commissioner Leana Wen has asked federal health officials for assistance with the opioid epidemic weeks before President Donald Trump’s public health emergency declaration is set to expire without any action. Acting Secretary of Health and Human Services ...

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Wide array of consumer technology on display at CES 2018

As he’s done for The Daily Record in years’ past, Frank Gorman of Gorman & Williams is guest blogging from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. In 1918, the primary developers and beneficiaries of technology were industries, governments and businesses. New technology reached the general ...

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