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Hogan backs mandatory paid sick leave at large companies

Republican Gov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday he will lobby the General Assembly to mandate paid sick leave at large companies, offering a proposal that puts his stamp on an issue long championed by Democrats. Hogan said companies with at least 50 employees would be required to offer full-time...

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  • Innovation or monopoly? Panel looks at ATT-Time Warner deal

    Senators questioning the logic of a proposed merger between AT&T and Time Warner turned their focus to the nickels and dimes of the issue, at least as to how the $85.4 billion mega-deal would affect Americans. OK, you say this huge merger will enhance, not quash, competition and benefit consumers....

  • You're Hired? Inside the interviews as Trump picks Cabinet

    When Robert Johnson, the founder of Black Entertainment Television, arrived to a recent meeting with Donald Trump, the president-elect greeted him with a blunt question. "Did you think I was going to win?" Trump asked. The entertainment mogul, who has known Trump socially for years, offered an...

  • Asian stocks advance ahead of ECB decision

    Asian shares rose on Thursday after an overnight surge on U.S. markets. Investors were focused on the European Central Bank's meeting later in the day. KEEPING SCORE: Japan's Nikkei 225 rose 0.9 percent to 18,654.93 while South Korea's Kospi jumped 1.3 percent to 2,016.99. Hong Kong's Hang Seng...

  • Japan downgrades growth estimate for July-Sept to 1.3 pct

    Japan's economy grew at a slower pace than earlier estimated in the July to September quarter, expanding at an annual pace of 1.3 percent. The figure released Thursday downgraded a preliminary estimate of 2.2 percent annual growth in the last quarter. Quarterly growth was 0.3 percent, down from...

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Design for new Hammerjacks in Baltimore unveiled

The team planning a new Hammerjacks near Baltimore's casino and sports complex recently unveiled new designs for the club and concert venue for a city review panel, saying they hope to open by the end of 2017. The city's Urban Design & Architecture Review Panel last week gave a preliminary go-ahead...

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  • B'More Organic wins $10,000, consultation with Barbara Corcoran on 'Rachael Ray Show'

    B'More Organic wins $10,000, consultation with Barbara Corcoran on 'Rachael Ray Show'

    Andrew Buerger, co-founder of organic dairy and smoothie company B’More Organic, won $10,000 and a one-on-one consultation with ABC’s “Shark Tank” investor Barbara Corcoran, all while appearing on the “Rachael Ray Show.” The episode, which aired Tuesday morning, showed an eager Buerger, 51, and...

  • Baltimore Symphony Orchestra names new CEO, from Grand Rapids Symphony

    Baltimore Symphony Orchestra names new CEO, from Grand Rapids Symphony

    After a 10-month search, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has named Peter T. Kjome as president and CEO, effective Feb. 1. Kjome is currently president and CEO of the Grand Rapids Symphony in Michigan, the orchestra where he once served as principal oboist. Kjome (pronounced cho-mee) succeeds Paul...

  • Maryland casino revenue up 2.5 percent in November

    Maryland casino revenue up 2.5 percent in November

    Maryland's five casinos brought in nearly $92 million in state revenue in November, its 12th straight month of year-over-year gains, the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency announced Monday. Statewide casino revenue increased 2.5 percent — more than $2.2 million — from November 2015, buoyed...

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  • Growing up with elevators and escalators (Infographic)

    Just as the urban spaces we live in today have changed dramatically in the past 30 years, the cities of tomorrow will look very different than the cities of today. Buildings are rising taller than ever to accommodate growing urban population.

  • Boost home office productivity with a pre-holiday freshening

    Boost home office productivity with a pre-holiday freshening

    You engaged in spring cleaning and organization earlier this year, but with the holidays approaching, your home office could probably stand a bit of freshening up. Fall is the perfect time to make sure your office is a well-equipped and appealing workspace that boosts your efficiency and productivity....

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    Co-working trend shows working from home isn't right for every small business person

    Working from home seems like a professional dream for many, but sometimes your home isn't the optimum place to do business. Perhaps you've outgrown your home office or your startup requires a more professional atmosphere for client meetings. Maybe you crave the kind of personal interaction that's...

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