Tina Bjarekull, president of the Maryland Independent College and University Association, and Kevin Manning, president of Stevenson University, are attending the spring meeting of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. Bjarekull has been ...Read More »
After a whirlwind series of meetings and fact-finding sessions, the board of directors at St. Joseph Medical Center has identified and recommended a buyer for the beleaguered hospital to Catholic Health Initiatives, the current owner. The 263-bed community hospital in ...Read More »
DETROIT — Factory workers at Chrysler will get profit-sharing checks of about $1,500 next month as they share in the automaker’s improbable turnaround. About 26,000 union-represented workers in the U.S. should get the payments under Chrysler’s contract with the United ...Read More »
As Exelon Corp. officials said Thursday they expect to staff the corporation’s newly merged Baltimore organization by late May, the Baltimore Development Corporation board voted on a request for $41 million in tax incentives to help a developer build a ...
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Donald Gresham, a community activist in Middle East who has protested against East Baltimore Development Inc. and its planned $1.8 billion redevelopment of the community, has been chosen to serve as a voting member on the EBDI board. Gresham’s candidacy ...Read More »
Business owners are a special breed. They have the audacity to start and/or run a business, hire employees whose livelihoods depend on their success, and leverage financial resources to sell products and/or services. Meanwhile, they have the “privilege” of reaping ...Read More »
A year and a half after a three-member board of trustees fired Maryland’s public defender — a controversy that led to legislative reform — most of the new 13-member board gathered in Annapolis on Friday afternoon for their first meeting, ...Read More »