Maryland’s top credit rating from Standard & Poor’s will likely remain untarnished through at least the end of the year, the state treasurer’s office said Tuesday. The news eased the three-day vigil for state officials who waited for news from ...Read More »
In 1988, Ocean City native Leighton Moore opened a small bayside bar he called Seacrets. It was supposed to be for locals only and a secret to the hundreds of thousands of visitors to the resort town. The secret didn’t ...Read More »
Earlier this month, state and local economic development officials got an earful on Maryland’s lagging performance in job creation from economist Anirban Basu at their annual convention. The chairman and CEO of Sage Policy Group Inc. called the state’s job ...Read More »
Maryland’s economic recovery faltered in May as employers in the state shed 13,000 jobs, a decline only partially offset by government hiring and residents finding work in other states. The private sector led the job losses with a decrease of ...Read More »
Everyman Theatre plans second act The Everyman Theatre held a groundbreaking Tuesday for its new West Side venue in Baltimore after more than four years of fundraising. Bank of America donated the West Fayette Street building, which opened in 1910 as ...Read More »
CAMBRIDGE — Maryland’s performance in job creation after the recession has been “extremely disappointing” and the state is not doing enough to stimulate economic growth, a leading economist told a group of economic development professionals Monday. “We have not created ...
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Anirban Basu, chairman and CEO of Sage Policy Group Inc., told a group of state senators Thursday they should pump more money into the Department of Business and Economic Development’s efforts to retain Maryland companies, and woo those located in ...Read More »