At almost three times the size of its original staff and responsible for half of the company’s products, Chesapeake Bay Candle’s Glen Burnie factory is embracing its young and unique U.S. success. While the company was started in an Annapolis basement in 1994, all of the production was overseas until 2011, when CEO and co-founder […]
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Riskive Inc., a Baltimore-based social risk management company, unveiled FriendGuard, which it describes as “a free app that leverages advanced math and science to protect individuals and families against social identity theft and malware attacking their social accounts.”
Gliknik Inc., of Baltimore, a biotech that develops novel molecular treatments for autoimmune/inflammatory diseases and cancer, said it has entered into an exclusive worldwide licensing agreement with drug-making giant Pfizer Inc. for its pharmaceutical candidate, GL-2045, a potential treatment for a variety of autoimmune diseases.
Asked: Our weekly question to the In-House community The former general counsel at Mercedes-Benz UK is going virtual. Iain Larkins has opened Radius Law — a virtual law firm. Larkins said he has created an entirely new business model for the commercial law firm in which attorneys work from home. Here’s our question for you: […]
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PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Most of a state agency’s lawsuit against former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling and executives at his failed video game company can move forward, a Rhode Island judge ruled Wednesday. Superior Court Judge Michael Silverstein issued a 99-page decision that allows the state Economic Development Corp. to go ahead with its lawsuit […]
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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Transportation has ordered a Washington tour bus company to shut down after an investigation found that its vehicles and drivers are unsafe. The department announced Wednesday that it has ordered Washington DC Party Shuttle to cease all operations immediately. The company also does business as Onboard DC Tours. It […]
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