The tuna fish. The French fries. The snowballs. The hot fudge sundaes. The selection of greeting cards. The people — most of all, the people.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland General Assembly’s 2012 regular session staggered to a contentious close at midnight Monday with a “doomsday budget” in place that would have to be balanced with more than $500 million in spending cuts. Caught behind the ...
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NEW YORK — Discount retailer Syms Corp. and its subsidiary Filene’s Basement have filed for bankruptcy protection and plan to close all 46 of their stores. Syms acquired Filene’s Basement out of bankruptcy protection in the spring of 2009 for ...Read More »
CUPERTINO, Calif. — Apple retail stores closed on Wednesday for a private memorial service for employees to celebrate the life of company co-founder and former chief executive Steve Jobs. The service, announced to Apple employees in an email by CEO ...Read More »
DETROIT — General Motors Co. says it will close its two U.S. pickup truck plants for two weeks in July. The company says the temporary shutdowns are for maintenance, but the closures come as truck sales are slowing and GM’s ...Read More »
CUMBERLAND — Gov. Martin O’Malley is proposing closure of a state center for the intellectually disabled in Cumberland. The July shutdown of the Joseph D. Brandenburg Center is among nearly $1 billion in cost-saving measures the administration outlined Friday. The ...Read More »