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Top 5: ‘If we don’t work, nobody works’

Johns Hopkins made big news this week with the announcement of its new medical school dean, but they are also seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit over a life sciences complex in Montgomery County. Those stories and more in this ...

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Exelon, Constellation settle with Justice Department

Exelon Corp.’s proposed $7.9 billion acquisition of Constellation Energy Group got another keystone approval Wednesday in the form of a settlement with the Department of Justice over competition concerns. The companies agreed to sell three electricity generating plants in Maryland. ...

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N.Y. state gives OK to Exelon-Constellation deal

ALBANY, N.Y. — New York regulators have approved Exelon Corp.’s merger with Baltimore-based Constellation Energy Group Inc., which operates three nuclear power plants on Lake Ontario in upstate New York. The state Public Service Commission said Thursday that it has ...

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O’Malley reaches settlement, now supports Exelon takeover of Constellation

After winning concessions valued at more than $1 billion — nearly twice what was originally offered — Gov. Martin O’Malley gave his blessing Thursday to the proposed sale of Baltimore-based Constellation Energy Group Inc. to Exelon Corp. O’Malley, previously a ...

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O’Malley says he can’t support Constellation deal

Maryland’s governor said he can’t support the proposed $7.9 billion takeover of Baltimore’s Constellation Energy by Chicago’s Exelon Corp. that is being considered by his state’s utility board. Gov. Martin O’Malley wrote in a letter to The Baltimore Sun that ...

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EDF reiterates Constellation-Exelon opposition

French energy firm Electricite de France spelled out its opposition to a proposed $7.9 billion takeover of Constellation Energy in a filing with Maryland regulators. EDF is one of Constellation’s largest shareholders and owns nearly half of the company’s nuclear ...

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Collins has helped M&T to grow in Maryland and beyond

With its name on Baltimore’s professional football stadium and a network of more than 200 branches in Maryland alone, it’s hard to believe that for its first 120 years in business Manufacturers and Traders Trust Co. — now known as ...

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Week in review: 11/18/11

Caesars proposes ‘dramatic’ casino The development group led by Caesars Entertainment Corp. touted its proposed 260,000-square-foot casino on Russell Street as a “dramatic new gateway to downtown” Baltimore on Monday. Harrah’s Baltimore would include 3,750 slot machines, a steakhouse, a 400-seat ...

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