After years of redevelopment challenges, South Baltimore’s 235-acre Port Covington site is on its way to becoming a major economic center. News of a branded “Cyber Town USA” was announced in mid-October, with some high-profile companies immediately joining the start-up ...Read More »
In evaluating your company’s organizational structure, how many positions are superfluous? Would eliminating some or all of the administrative or managerial positions hurt the bottom line? Would it hurt or improve morale? And what about the employees in those roles? ...
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Nov. 13, 2018, marks the third anniversary celebration of the Baltimore City Veterans Treatment Court, and many of you are probably unaware of its existence. While we celebrate this Veterans Day let’s not only thank our veterans but also the ...Read More »
Nike’s decision to have former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick serve as a representative for its recently unveiled 30th anniversary “Just Do It” advertising campaign, has stirred up a lot of debate and discussion. An overarching question that loomed large at ...Read More »
Effective Jan. 15, 2018, the Maryland Health Care Commission has created a process for establishing an ambulatory surgery facility (ASF) with two operating rooms through an exemption from the certificate of need review. By creating a less onerous process for ...Read More »
By the time many voters get past the candidates for office and are down to the bottom of the ballot, they may be tempted to vote “yes” on the remaining measures, whether from voter fatigue or a general trust in ...Read More »
We encourage Baltimore City voters to vote “Yes” on Question F, a Charter Amendment that would create an independent Office of the Inspector General. Mayor Catherine Pugh and the Baltimore City Council publicly support passage of Question F. The city’s ...Read More »