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  • CEO oversees merger of climbing gyms uniting East and West coasts

    CEO oversees merger of climbing gyms uniting East and West coasts

    Seven weeks into the job, Robert Cohen is presiding over a marriage of sorts — a union of East and West coast climbing gym brands. Cohen, a longtime Patagonia executive, is the CEO of newly-merged Earth Treks and Planet Granite. Earth Treks opened its first indoor climbing gym in 1997 in Columbia,...

  • Apartment building developed by Wendell Pierce to open in April

    Apartment building developed by Wendell Pierce to open in April

    Actor Wendell Piece, star of “The Wire,” announced the grand opening of his new apartment complex called The Nelson Kohl Apartments in Station North will be early next month. In a tweet, he said, “Grand Opening of The Nelson Kohl Apartments 20 E. Lanvale. April 6th 11:30am. Come and join me as...

  • Five Minutes with Al Rubeling of JMT Architecture

    Five Minutes with Al Rubeling of JMT Architecture

    Al Rubeling was a 26-year-old architect when he pooled his life savings of $2,000 and opened his own firm. “I was an entrepreneur and I didn’t know it,” said Rubeling, now 63 and a leader in an organization larger than he ever imagined. Rubeling had grown Rubeling & Associates to a local force...

  • Five minutes with Chris Boyle, president of Boyle Buick GMC

    Five minutes with Chris Boyle, president of Boyle Buick GMC

    Chris Boyle prides himself on recognizing his customers when he sees them around town. Well, he usually remembers their cars, at least — if not immediately their names. “I can walk up to them and say, ‘How’s your [Buick] Lacrosse doing?’” he said. “Then all of a sudden, I pull the name out.” The...

  • Baltimore Police colonel leaves for Johns Hopkins security post

    Baltimore Police colonel leaves for Johns Hopkins security post

    Baltimore Police Col. Melissa R. Hyatt, the highest-ranking woman in the department, is leaving to take a vice president post at Johns Hopkins University. Hyatt will oversee security operations for Johns Hopkins Medicine and the Johns Hopkins University, “both domestically and around the globe,”...

  • Leadership changes at Baltimore law firm Miles & Stockbridge

    Leadership changes at Baltimore law firm Miles & Stockbridge

    The Baltimore law firm Miles & Stockbridge announced new leadership on Wednesday. The firm’s principals elected Nancy W. Greene as chairman and Joseph W. Hovermill as president and CEO, succeeding John B. Frisch, who’d held the posts since 2003. Greene is the first woman to lead the firm in its...

  • Maryland hospital association hires new president

    Maryland hospital association hires new president

    The Maryland Hospital Association has hired a longtime health consultant and advisor as its newest president and CEO. Bob Atlas will start his new job March 5. He replaces Carmela Coyle, who left to head the California Hospital Association. Atlas is currently president of EBG Advisors, a consulting...

  • Longtime Baltimore developer Reed Cordish to leave White House post

    Longtime Baltimore developer Reed Cordish to leave White House post

    A former Baltimore-based developer who led a White House effort on infrastructure and government innovation is leaving the job, the White House said Friday. Reed S. Cordish, a former partner at the Cordish Companies, joined the Trump administration in January as the head of the Office of American...

  • Five Minutes with Leo Kelly of Verdence Capital Advisors

    Five Minutes with Leo Kelly of Verdence Capital Advisors

    Leo Kelly’s clients at Verdence Capital Advisors are mostly business owners, corporate executives, entrepreneurs and athletes, many whose wealth exceeds $10 million. They seek advice from the Hunt Valley-based financial advisory firm on decisions such as selling businesses, setting investment strategies,...

  • McCormick & Co. CEO earned $9 million in 2017, a 39 percent jump

    McCormick & Co. CEO earned $9 million in 2017, a 39 percent jump

    The CEO of McCormick & Co. Inc. earned $9 million in compensation last year, a 39 percent increase, as the Sparks-based spice and flavorings maker reported record financial results for the year and completed the acquisition of the maker of French’s Mustard and Frank’s Red Hot sauce. Performance-based...

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