The number of Marylanders getting health insurance through an employer had been steadily declining since well before the Affordable Care Act, a report finds.Read More »
In the opening scenes of “Jerry Maguire,” the main character, a self-described “shark in a suit” sports agent, has an epiphany and types out a “mission statement” that he then distributes to all the other agents in his firm. He ...Read More »
The city’s Board of Estimates will hold its annual Taxpayers’ Night on Wednesday beginning at 6 p.m. at the War Memorial Building near City Hall. The event is a public forum on the proposed 2013 budget of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, ...
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WASHINGTON — The average federal worker earns about 2 percent more than a private sector worker in a comparable profession, though the government’s generous pension system means that overall compensation is significantly higher, a government study released Monday said. Once ...Read More »
Utility bills are paid, legal briefs are filed and the Christmas shopping all gets done online. But for magazines, clothing catalogues and movies, the mail still matters. For some mail-dependent businesses, quick and cheap first-class mail service from the U.S. ...Read More »
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), better known as federal health care reform, contains a myriad of new programs and rules that affect employers, employees, health insurance plans and health care providers. This is the third column highlighting ...Read More »