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Celebrity chef Bryan Voltaggio settles lawsuit over overtime pay

BALTIMORE (AP) — A lawyer representing three former employees of celebrity chef Bryan Voltaggio says they're settling their federal lawsuit alleging wage violations. Baltimore attorney Benjamin Davis declined to discuss terms of the settlement revealed in a U.S. District Court document Thursday....

  • Baltimore's top workplaces help make Baltimore a top place to work

    Baltimore's top workplaces help make Baltimore a top place to work

    The Living Legacy Foundation of Maryland demands a lot from its employees, many of whom remain on call for multiple 24-hour shifts to coordinate organ and tissue donations. They shepherd grieving donor families through the wrenching ordeal of losing a loved one, while helping save the life of a...

  • Port of Baltimore announces new 30-year contract with top shipper of autos

    Port of Baltimore announces new 30-year contract with top shipper of autos

    The port of Baltimore's top customer for automobiles and other wheeled cargo such as farm and construction equipment has committed to another three decades at the port, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Thursday. The contract between global shipping giant Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics and the Maryland...

  • People on the Move: December 2015

    People on the Move: December 2015

    Readers submit photos and information on employees who have recently been promoted, hired or honored at area businesses. Select photos will be published in the Maryland Business section of Tuesday editions of The Baltimore Sun. This feature accepts photos only. (Caption size is limited.)

  • Nearly 90 layoffs coming at Giant distribution center

    Nearly 90 layoffs coming at Giant distribution center

    Giant Food said Wednesday it is planning to close a warehouse in Baltimore County, eliminating nearly 90 positions as it turns over its pharmacy distribution to an outside company. The 89 layoffs at the 7100 Ambassador Road warehouse in the Milford Mill area are expected to start at the end of January,...

  • State says P-TECH program would put high school students on job path

    State says P-TECH program would put high school students on job path

    Maryland will launch a local version of a national program for students blending high school curriculum, college courses and work experience in four high schools in the state, including two in Baltimore. Gov. Larry Hogan and Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced the $10 million initiative...

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  • Maryland sees big jobs gain in October

    Maryland sees big jobs gain in October

    Maryland added 10,800 jobs in October amid broad gains in the private sector, the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday. The state's unemployment rate, meanwhile, remained flat at 5.1 percent, the same as in September. Friday's report also revised previously reported job losses for September...

  • Baltimore joins White House's TechHire job training initiative

    Baltimore joins White House's TechHire job training initiative

    Digital Harbor High School senior Nicholas Wilkins was eager for opportunities to learn computer programming when he heard about Code in the Schools and its six-week program in the HTML, CSS and Javascript coding languages. Once he finished, an internship was waiting for him at Sparkypants Studios,...

  • Economist: As Maryland grows, slow pace could lead to recession

    Economist: As Maryland grows, slow pace could lead to recession

    The Maryland and U.S. economies appear to be improving, but the pace of growth is so slow that Towson University economist Daraius Irani said he expects them to slide back into recession in 2018. The United States is experiencing one of the longest expansions since the end of World War II, with...

  • Plastic recycling plant opens in Dundalk, adding 60 jobs

    Plastic recycling plant opens in Dundalk, adding 60 jobs

    A plant that recycles plastics for use in bottles, carpet, drainpipes and other products has opened in Dundalk and expects to employ 60 people on three shifts when it reaches full capacity in January. The joint venture between St. Louis-based QRS Recycling and Canusa-Hershman Recycling buys plastics...

  • Center for Urban Families launches workforce development program at West Baltimore school

    Center for Urban Families launches workforce development program at West Baltimore school

    The Center for Urban Families has launched a job training and workforce development pilot program available to parents and other adults with connections to Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Elementary School in West Baltimore. The Baltimore-based urban families center has received a $150,000 grant from The...

  • Minimum-wage protest targets Amazon in Baltimore

    Minimum-wage protest targets Amazon in Baltimore

    About 100 low-income workers and their supporters rallied in the rain Tuesday outside the new Amazon distribution center in Baltimore calling for a $15 minimum hourly wage. Demonstrators waved signs reading "Fight for $15" and "Raise the Wage." The rally is part of a nationwide push following action...

  • People on the Move: November 2015

    People on the Move: November 2015

    Readers submit photos and information on employees who have recently been promoted, hired or honored at area businesses. Select photos will be published in the Maryland Business section of Tuesday editions of The Baltimore Sun. This feature accepts photos only. (Caption size is limited.)

  • Greater Baltimore Urban League to open new entrepreneurial center to aid small businesses

    Greater Baltimore Urban League to open new entrepreneurial center to aid small businesses

    With the help of a $300,000 federal grant, the Greater Baltimore Urban League plans to open a new Entrepreneurial Center in January to help fledgling Baltimore businesses, officials announced Friday. Baltimore's center will be the 13th in the country, aimed at helping primarily black-owned small...

  • Court approves Sparrows Point settlement, dismisses bankruptcy

    Court approves Sparrows Point settlement, dismisses bankruptcy

    A U.S. bankruptcy judge approved a settlement Thursday in a bankruptcy suit involving the former owner of the Sparrows Point steel mill, agreeing to dismiss the long-running and contentious case. The deal in the RG Steel case, reached after more than a year of mediation, directs $12 million of a...

  • Amazon showcases robots at massive new warehouse

    Amazon showcases robots at massive new warehouse

    Shopping on Amazon can feel like magic, with customers summoning mountains of toilet paper, hard-to-find books and the perfect flashlight to their doorsteps in just a few clicks. But behind the screens, the purchase button triggers a noisy, fast-paced whir of activity. At Baltimore's new Amazon...

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