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  • IMF chief Lagarde to stand trial in French arbitration deal

    France's top court has ruled that International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde must stand trial in France over a 2008 arbitration ruling that handed 400 million euros to a politically-connected business magnate. Lagarde, who was French finance minister at the time of the deal in favor of...

  • APNewsBreak: Volkswagen has emissions-cheating fix ready

    Volkswagen's plan to fix most of its 2-liter diesel engines that cheat on emissions tests includes a computer software update and a larger catalytic converter to trap harmful nitrogen oxide, and it may not hurt mileage or performance, according to dealers who were briefed by executives on the matter....

  • Fiat Chrysler recalls about 410K vehicles for wiring trouble

    Fiat Chrysler is recalling nearly 410,000 vehicles worldwide because a wiring problem can cause them to move slowly. The company said Friday that the recall covers some Jeep Renegade and Cherokee SUVs, Chrysler 200 sedans and Ram ProMaster City vans from the 2015 model year. Also included are certain...

  • Ecuador pays Chevron $112 arbitration award

    Ecuador has paid a $112 million arbitration award to Chevron Corp stemming from a 1990s-era oil contract dispute. The payment confirmed Friday by a company spokesman was ordered in 2011 by a Netherland-based international arbitration panel and later confirmed by U.S. courts and upheld on appeal...

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  • Deadline extended for Top Workplaces nominations

    Deadline extended for Top Workplaces nominations

    Love where you work but didn't around to nominating it for Top Workplaces? It's not too late. The Baltimore Sun Media Group extended the deadline for nominations for its sixth annual list of the region's top workplaces until Aug. 12. For the past five years, The Sun's Top Workplaces has showcased...

  • VA lender NewDay USA expands in Fulton and plans to hire 135

    VA lender NewDay USA expands in Fulton and plans to hire 135

    NewDay USA, a Fulton-based mortgage lender that serves veterans and their families, is expanding its Howard County headquarters and expects to hire about 135 loan originators, credit analysts and office staff by the end of the year. NewDay, a division of private investment firm Chrysalis Holdings...

  • Accenture Federal Services will double workforce as it opens innovation center in Woodlawn

    Accenture Federal Services will double workforce as it opens innovation center in Woodlawn

    Accenture Federal Services, a Virginia subsidiary of the global professional services firm Accenture, opened a technology-focused innovation center Monday in Woodlawn that will more than double its workforce to 300 people in the coming years. The Innovation Center for Technology will focus on information...

  • Do smartphones hurt productivity?

    Do smartphones hurt productivity?

    Your smartphone might seem as essential at work as anywhere else. Your employer might disagree. While most workers own mobile phones and keep them within sight, some employers see them as productivity killers and a few are banning or otherwise regulating them, experts say. Three-quarters of employers...

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Bank of America names new Baltimore market president

Bank of America Baltimore market president, Dave Millman, is retiring after 35 years with the Charlotte, N.C.-based bank and a longtime executive has been named as his successor. Sabina Kelly, who has been with Bank of America for 20 years, will take over as Baltimore market president effective...

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