We used this space throughout 2010 to weigh in on many issues important to Maryland’s legal and business communities. Some of those issues were resolved in good fashion, others not so much. That leaves us with plenty of unfinished business ...Read More »
The Greater Baltimore Committee’s Dec. 6 report titled “Gaining the Competitive Edge” sends a clear message that Maryland needs to do more in establishing a business climate that will help us compete successfully for businesses wanting to start or expand ...Read More »
The announcement last April that Northrop Grumman was selecting Virginia over Maryland and Washington, D.C., as the new location for the defense industry giant’s headquarters struck a nerve among Maryland’s media, elected officials and the business and economic development communities. ...Read More »
The Baltimore Convention Center and arena redevelopment could cost as much as $930 million and take seven years to build, according to estimates released Thursday by the Greater Baltimore Committee. The GBC plan includes a new sports arena, a 500-room ...Read More »
Fourteen businesses and a nonprofit organization in the Baltimore area were honored Tuesday at the 2010 Mayor’s Business Recognition Awards ceremony. The annual awards program, an initiative of the Greater Baltimore Committee and the Baltimore Development Corp., recognizes companies and ...
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To spur job creation and economic development, Maryland must streamline regulatory policies, lower taxes and develop stronger partnerships between government and businesses, said a new report released by the Greater Baltimore Committee Monday. The current strategy for job creation and ...Read More »
A report released Monday by the Greater Baltimore Committee implores elected officials in Maryland to adopt eight “core pillars” for the state economy and job creation. The GBC says these core pillars, developed in consultation with business leaders, are designed ...Read More »
There are times in the life of a city that call for bold, even risky action to seize an opportunity that may come once in a generation. This is one of those times. The plan endorsed by the Greater Baltimore ...Read More »
As Maryland searches for a sustainable way to fund its transportation needs, the work being done in Annapolis will likely be overshadowed by changes being made in Washington. “I’m not sure we can anticipate the feds are going to bail ...
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