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Well-Suited to Work

[IMGCAP(1)]Casual Fridays put all levels of management into khakis and blue jeans from law firms to Fortune 500 executive suites.<@SM><@SM> Now a contingent of fashion retailers, associations and image consultants

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Business Alliance Seeks to Bolster Message

<TAB>With competition fierce among cities to attract new businesses and retain existing ones, why would a company choose Baltimore? <@SM><@SM><TAB>Why not, is the question that one local economic development organization is stressing in its soon-to-be-expanded national marketing endeavor

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The Place To Be

AROUND TOWNMaryland’s Top 100 Women 2001The program honoring Maryland’s Top 100 Women 2001 will be held from 5 to 8 p.m., March 20, 2001, at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall. For information, (410) 752-3849. The “Great Dane” at the MeyerhoffToday, ...

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NEWS SUMMARY – Updated 2:20 P.M.

Updated items in italics. Cold Mill Heats Up Sparrows PointBethlehem Steel Corporation‘s chairman said today that the new cold sheetmill at its Sparrows Point Division is a “monumental strategic investment.” Duane R. Dunham said the corporation can now supply the ...

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CES Powers Steelers

<TAB>The Pittsburgh Steelers have called on Constellation Energy Source to build and manage an energy plant for the <b><a href="http://www.steelers.com/stadium/stadiummain.cfm">team

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Over Environmentalists’ Protests, Alaska Oil Project Gets Set for Drilling

<TAB>One of Alaska’s most controversial offshore oil ventures, BP’s Arctic Ocean Northstar field, is gearing up to drill as early as November — and company officials say another similar project could soon follow. <@SM><@SM><TAB>The Northstar is the target of fervent environmental criticism because it is the first U.S. offshore Arctic production project to use an undersea pipeline.

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BDC Unveils Proposals for Howard Street Block

<TAB>The Baltimore Development Corp. made public yesterday five proposals from developers for a block on Baltimore’s West Side, some of which have an eye toward building spaces for the arts and artists.<@SM><@SM><TAB>BDC received the plans from development teams in response to a request for proposals that the quasi-public economic development agency issued in late June.

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Border District Attorneys Threaten To Quit Handling U.S. Drug Cases

<TAB>Almost three months after Congress set aside $12 million for local district attorneys stuck with hand-me-down federal drug cases, frustrated prosecutors are still waiting for the money.<@SM><@SM><TAB>The money was supposed to ease the financial crisis facing some local courts along the U.S.-Mexico border with multimillion-dollar tabs for prosecuting the federal cases.

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