The company that owns the Washington Jewish Week will acquire the Baltimore Jewish Times following its high bid of $1.26 million in a bankruptcy asset auction that concluded Monday. Zvi Guttman, the appointed trustee in the case, confirmed that Route ...Read More »
An IPO splash by a Baltimore tech company and a look at the upcoming General Assembly legislative session are among the most-read business stories of the week. But news of the potential seizure of vehicles from a Baltimore city agency ...
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The publisher of the Baltimore Jewish Times, embroiled in a bitter Chapter 11 bankruptcy case, has filed a new plan that would shift most of the ownership to a new group of investors led by businessman Dr. Scott Rifkin. The ...Read More »
Alter Communications Inc. CEO Andrew Alter Buerger’s head whipped around to face William L. Hallam as Hallam accused Buerger of playing the “Jewish persecution” card in federal court. Hallam, the attorney for Alter’s former printing company, H.G. Roebuck & Son ...Read More »
The parties involved in the Alter Communications bankruptcy case have been granted a 30-day extension to come together on a plan for post-Chapter 11 restructuring. Judge James F. Schneider had given Alter — publisher of the Baltimore Jewish Times — ...Read More »