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Exelon 4Q profit rises, adjusted results miss view

CHICAGO — Power plant operator Exelon Corp. on Wednesday said that its fourth-quarter profit rose 16 percent, but its adjusted results missed Wall Street expectations due to higher costs and unfavorable weather conditions. Its shares slipped in midday trading after ...

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Realities of Real Estate: ‘Don’t die waiting for prosperity to come’

Just about any real estate agent will tell you that for almost four years now, buyers and sellers have had one trait in common — procrastination. Although the desire to delay is frustrating for agents, the trepidation of buyers and ...

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Baltimore, Anne Arundel schools reopen after Irene

Schools in Baltimore and Anne Arundel counties are set to reopen more than a week after Hurricane Irene passed through the mid-Atlantic region. Five schools in Baltimore County will be welcoming students on Tuesday. Charles Herndon, spokesman for Baltimore County ...

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Tens of thousands party at Baltimore Grand Prix

The first running of the Baltimore Grand Prix drew tens of thousands of people — die-hard racing fans and neophytes alike — to a festival that took over the city’s downtown Sunday. The three-day event was expected to draw more ...

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165,000 without power in mid-Atlantic after Irene

Utility companies in the mid-Atlantic region say about 165,000 customers are still without power as a result of Hurricane Irene. Baltimore Gas and Electric was reporting the most outages, with about 142,739 around noon Wednesday. Most of those outages were ...

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300,000 customers in mid-Atlantic lack power

Utility companies say nearly 300,000 customers in the mid-Atlantic region are still in the dark days after Hurricane Irene blasted the area with heavy rain and winds. Baltimore Gas and Electric was reporting the most outages, with about 239,000 Tuesday ...

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