Tenable Network Security plans to add 350 jobs in Maryland
A Columbia, Maryland-based technology company said it will add hundreds of jobs as the result of an expansion of its operations in the state.
Hogan signs Augustine Commission bills
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland will soon have a new commerce secretary charged with leading economic development efforts in the state. The legislation is part of a package of five bills that stem from recommendations of the Maryland Economic Development and Business Climate Commission, more commonly known as the Augustine Commission after its chairman Norman Augustine. Gov. Larry […]
Sources: Hogan poised to announce McCormick staying in Md.
Gov. Larry Hogan had been scheduled to appear at the headquarters of McCormick & Company Tuesday to make a major announcement about the future of the company, but the unrest in Baltimore postponed those plans. Sources familiar with the matter said it was to announce that the state would retain the headquarters of the Sparks-based […]
Panel would assess impact of proposed rules on small business
A bill creating an advisory panel to review the impact of proposed regulations on small businesses in Maryland took one more step toward becoming law.
DBED Secretary Gill: ‘I’m out of here’
Department of Business and Economic Development Sec. Michael Gill is chomping at the bit to get out of the office.
Carter Conway’s long memory spells trouble for Gill
Behind the delay is the long memory of one state senator her passion for an issue was the subject of a federal discrimination lawsuit that directly affects Morgan State University.
Rahn, others head to full Senate for vote
One name that will not be on the list for a vote this week is Michael Gill, Hogan's pick to head the Department of Business and Economic Development.
Maryland, Israel find common ground in cybersecurity
Collaboration is the driving spirit behind MIDC’s second trade mission to Israel in March, a week in which Maryland companies will visit Israel’s budding CyberSpark cybersecurity center in Be’er Sheva and attend the second annual CyberTech conference and exhibition in Tel Aviv.
Five quick 2015 business tips from DBED
For small businesses and entrepreneurs, here's a pithy list of quick tips for the new year.
Developers criticize state, DBED attitude toward business
Two prominent developers leveled pointed criticism at Maryland government and the state Department of Business and Economic Development for what they said was an almost a willful avoidance of businesses in the state.
Commission weighs privatizing DBED programs
Reforming the business climate in Maryland could include a recommendation to privatize some or all of the programs within the state Department of Business and Economic Development.
State gives $1M grant to Washington County
The Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development approved a $1 million conditional grant to Washington County to help Hagerstown-based National Golden Tissue expand.