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  • The new economy is coming

    The new economy is coming

    Late May is college commencement speech season, and there are always one or two destined to cause upset. This year, add to the list the Harvard commencement speech given last Thursday by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his call for "universal basic income," which is a fancy way of describing a...

  • Help yourself by helping kids read

    Help yourself by helping kids read

    I will soon complete my first year as a volunteer "Reading Buddy" at Milbrook Elementary School in Baltimore County. I work full-time, but I'm fortunate to have a schedule that allows me to volunteer for a couple of hours every Friday afternoon. I work with another woman who has volunteered at...

  • Kennedy, and the 'problems of the present and future'

    Kennedy, and the 'problems of the present and future'

    On the occasion of Boston College's centennial celebration on April 20, 1963, President John F. Kennedy congratulated the school for its service and noted that, "in this week of observance, you have rightly celebrated the achievements of the past — and equally rightly you have turned … to the problems...

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  • Five minutes with Mary Steinebrunner of Dunlop Protective Footwear

    Five minutes with Mary Steinebrunner of Dunlop Protective Footwear

    From a factory in Havre de Grace, Mary Steinebrunner oversees the production of 1.5 million pairs of boots a year. The boots made by Dunlop Protective Footwear USA are designed for function, not fashion. The footwear protects workers on farms, oil rigs, fishing boats, food processing plants, construction...

  • 'A little break': Long weekend summer getaways gaining popularity

    'A little break': Long weekend summer getaways gaining popularity

    Jackie Green hasn't checked yet with her family and friends to see when everyone's free for a weekend in Ocean City or Rehoboth this summer. But that's the beauty, she said, of going for long weekends instead of a whole week. It's not as much of a commitment, so last-minute scheduling is easier....

  • Knorr Brake to add 200 jobs to Westminster facility

    Knorr Brake to add 200 jobs to Westminster facility

    Westminster-based Knorr Brake Co., which makes brakes, doors and HVAC systems for mass-transit rail lines, will add 200 new jobs over the next six years, the Maryland Department of Commerce announced Thursday. The company will add 30,000 square feet of space to its facility at the Westminster Technology...

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  • White House relents in fight with ethics office over waiver disclosure

    White House relents in fight with ethics office over waiver disclosure

    The White House plans to comply with a request from the government's chief ethics officer to share information about ethics waivers granted to former lobbyists and other appointees, backing down from a heated showdown that threatened to undercut President Donald Trump's "drain the swamp" pledge....

  • Amid escalating Russia crisis, Trump considers major staff changes

    Amid escalating Russia crisis, Trump considers major staff changes

    President Donald Trump and his advisers, seeking to contain the escalating Russia crisis that threatens to consume his presidency, are considering a retooling of his senior staff and the creation of a "war room" within the White House, according to several aides and outside Trump allies. Following...

  • A high-stakes gamble: How Jared Kushner reacted to previous crises

    A high-stakes gamble: How Jared Kushner reacted to previous crises

    Jared Kushner had barely survived a fight to save his family's real estate empire. Taking charge of the business after his father went to prison, Kushner, 25 at the time, paid $1.8 billion in 2007 for the nation's most expensive office building. Then the market went south, the debts piled up, and...

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