BETHESDA — Marriott International Inc. said Tuesday that Robert McCarthy, chief operations officer of the hotel company, will retire early next year. McCarthy, 60, has worked for Marriott for 38 years, beginning his career as a waiter in a Marriott ...Read More »
Should companies be charged for soft costs like catered lunches and photocopying by outside counsel?
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ANNAPOLIS — Tom Marquardt, editor and publisher of Capital Gazette Communications, will retire at the end of the year. The Capital newspaper made the announcement Friday. Marquardt has spent more than 35 years at the newspaper, having joined the Evening ...Read More »
It was time for Baltimore County Judge Bruce S. Lamdin to go. For the second time in five years — that we know of — the Maryland District Court judge let loose with intemperate and injudicious remarks in his courtroom. ...Read More »
After 33 years and grant awards totaling some $80 million, Timothy D. Armbruster looks back most fondly on a few thousand bucks he helped deliver to a few folks to start a farmers market in Baltimore’s Waverly neighborhood.Read More »
The final year of Robert M. Bell’s tenure as chief judge of Maryland’s top court began Friday, when he turned 69 in a state where the constitution requires jurists to retire at 70.
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He says he needs space, and he wants to be alone. So he wants to walk. And walk. And walk some more. So before he retires Aug. 1, Baltimore Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III plans to take a vacation ...Read More »