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Maryland joins settlement with Moody's over alleged improper ratings

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh's office announced Friday that Maryland will receive $12 million of an $863 million settlement with Moody's over allegations the ratings company misled consumers and investors about its independence. The state was among 21 states, Washington, D.C., and the...

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  • IMF raises China growth forecast but warns on debt

    The International Monetary Fund on Monday raised its growth forecast for China but warned rising debt that has prompted concern about the country's finances increase the risk of a sharper slowdown. The world's second-largest economy should expand by 6.5 percent this year, the IMF said in a report....

  • Kyrgyzstan: Cargo plane crash kills 37, destroys village

    A Turkish cargo plane crashed Monday in a residential area just outside the main airport in Kyrgyzstan, destroying half of a village and killing at least 37 people in the plane and on the ground, the Emergency Situations Ministry said. The Boeing 747 crashed at 7:40 a.m. local time while approaching...

  • IMF boosts growth forecast for US, cites Trump impact

    The International Monetary Fund on Monday raised its forecast for the U.S. economy over the next two years, saying President-elect Donald Trump's policies should boost economic growth, particularly in 2018. But officials warned that if Trump's protectionist trade proposals set off a trade war,...

  • Liz Weston: Retirement advice from retired financial experts

    Most retirement advice has a flaw: It's being given by people who haven't yet retired. So I asked money experts who have quit the 9-to-5 for their best advice on how to prepare for retirement. They still faced curveballs when it was their turn. Making the right financial moves is important, they...

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  • Sagamore launches workforce training program

    Sagamore launches workforce training program

    Sagamore Development Co., owned by Under Armour CEO and founder Kevin Plank, has launched a workforce training program focused on manufacturing jobs. Sagamore is running its Manufacturing Bootcamp with The Foundery, a maker space at the Sagamore-developed City Garage in Port Covington that offers...

  • Leffler Agency and Siquis both close Friday after 30-some years

    Leffler Agency and Siquis both close Friday after 30-some years

    Two Baltimore-based advertising agencies shut down on Friday after three decades in the business for each, as area firms increasingly need to find a niche to compete for a shrinking pool of hometown clients. The Leffler Agency, started nearly 33 years ago by former Baltimore Colts sales director...

  • CineBistro holding job fair to hire 100 workers

    CineBistro holding job fair to hire 100 workers

    CineBistro, a movie-theater-restaurant chain, is looking to hire 100 employees for its new location at the Rotunda in Hampden this year. The venue will hold a job fair Thursday through Monday to fill positions for concierges, servers, kitchen staff and an executive chef. CineBistro is looking for...

  • Under Armour sharpens image of itself and city to attract talent

    Under Armour sharpens image of itself and city to attract talent

    Under Armour's marketing relies on a mandate to "tell a great story" about its products and celebrity athletes to deepen the brand's connection to the public. But there's one story the company says it must do a better job of sharing— what it's like to work at Under Armour and live in Baltimore....

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  • Under Armour launches Tom Brady-backed athlete sleepwear

    Under Armour launches Tom Brady-backed athlete sleepwear

    Under Armour built its reputation on making all athletes better. Now it says it can help them sleep better, too. With assistance from brand endorser Tom Brady, the Baltimore athletic apparel maker has launched "Athlete Recovery Sleepwear." The New England Patriots quarterback credits sleep as a...

  • Under Armour could face 'rocky' year, analyst says

    Under Armour could face 'rocky' year, analyst says

    This could be a pivotal year for Under Armour, a sports apparel analyst said in a blog post Monday, as the brand responds to shifting fashion trends and the loss of a big retail customer while expanding into a new retail channel. "I'm confident in the long-term trajectory for UA, but 2017 could...

  • Under Armour shares ‘mountain of data’ on users sleep, diet and workout habits

    Under Armour shares ‘mountain of data’ on users sleep, diet and workout habits

    Under Armour’s 190 million “connected fitness”members reported  an average of 6.94 hours per night of sleep in 2016. Their three most-logged foods were eggs, coffee and bananas. Hiking was their fastest-growing activity in 2016, with members logging 78 percent more hikes in 2016 than in the previous...

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Baltimore-area investors and wealth managers talk strategy for 2017

Boeing's stock tumbled in December after President-elect Donald J. Trump questioned the cost of Air Force One. Markets plummeted overnight on news of his upset election win, then rallied to record-setting levels by the end of the year as investors took stock of his promises to cut regulation and...

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  • Takata agrees to guilty plea, will pay $1B for hiding air bag inflator defect

    Takata agrees to guilty plea, will pay $1B for hiding air bag inflator defect

    Takata Corp. has agreed to plead guilty to a single criminal charge and will pay $1 billion in fines and restitution for a years-long scheme to conceal a deadly defect in its automotive air bag inflators. The U.S. Attorney's Office in Detroit announced the deal Friday, hours after it unsealed a...

  • As residents organize, signs of downtown coming into its own

    As residents organize, signs of downtown coming into its own

    At first, it was a little creepy. When 25-year-old William King moved into 10 Light Street in 2015, he was one of the first residents roaming the empty halls of the former office building, a copper-capped landmark that is one of the biggest in downtown to converted into apartments. He and his neighbors...

  • Lottery bill inspires tussle among Democrats in Maryland Senate

    Lottery bill inspires tussle among Democrats in Maryland Senate

    On only the third day of the 90-day General Assembly session, senators had a dust-up over legislation, leading Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. to admonish his colleagues to be considerate of one another. The Senate was debating a bill that would make it illegal for a business or individual...

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