Until this city can get a handle on homicides and shootings, the contagion of fear and ill-ease that stalks Baltimore’s reputation as a safe place to come study, work or run a business will persist.Read More »
The Greater Baltimore Committee’s 60th anniversary annual meeting Monday night tried strenuously to celebrate a litany of economic development projects the group had supported through the years. But over and over again, the gathering of hundreds of the city’s and ...Read More »
Gov. Larry Hogan has made it clear that the top priority of his administration is to strengthen Maryland’s competitiveness for economic development and job growth, an objective endorsed by virtually all business leaders.Read More »
Gov. Larry Hogan’s proposed operating budget for Fiscal Year 2016 has triggered anguish and concern expressed by advocates in news reports and in media commentary over proposed cuts to state funding for education, particularly in Baltimore city and Prince George’s County, two of the state’s largest school districts.Read More »
Sometime after Gov.-elect Larry Hogan’s inauguration on Jan. 21, both the new governor and transportation advocates for Baltimore’s Red Line, as well as for the Purple Line in Maryland’s D.C. suburbs, will face a moment of truth.Read More »
Sixteen Baltimore-area companies have been named winners of the Greater Baltimore Committee’s 11th annual Bridging the Gap Achievement Awards. The awards program is part of a minority business development initiative of GBC. The awards were presented during a Monday event ...
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Three of the region’s most successful entrepreneurs — Karl R. Gumtow, CEO of CyberPoint, the cybersecurity firm; Todd Marks, the CEO of technology innovator Mindgrub; and David Warnock, senior partner at the private equity firm Camden Partners — offered a free-wheeling assessment of these and other topics at a forum sponsored earlier this month by the Greater Baltimore Committee.Read More »