Sodexo Inc., of Gaithersburg, a provider of food and facilities management services, announced the publication of its 2014 Workplace Trends Report.Read More »
No matter how egregious a police officer’s actions are, local governments cannot be held liable to the victims of such conduct for more than $200,000 each, a Maryland appeals court held Friday.Read More »
Officials at the Bowie Training Center said blood samples from a euthanized horse at the Bowie Training Center show the animal was not infected with equine herpesvirus. A hold order placed Saturday on 27 horses in Barn 16 at the ...Read More »
Gambling regulators around the country are warning their flock of casinos to keep guests from wearing Google Glass, the Internet search giant’s prototype computer that is meant to be worn like a pair of eyeglasses.Read More »
About 500 slot machines are being installed at the Maryland Live casino at Arundel Mills mall this week, as the state's largest facility prepares to open the next segment of what will ultimately be the casino with the third-most slots in the nation.Read More »
What do Edward Miller, CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, John C. Inglis, deputy director of the National Security Agency, and Stephen Martino, director of the Maryland State Lottery, have in common? They’re all Eagle Scouts – and your boss might ...Read More »
In their first few months of operation, revenues at slots casinos in Perryville and Berlin have fallen short of projections, but Maryland State Lottery Director Stephen Martino said that there are reasons, including the fact that the projections might not ...
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