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  • 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...

  • Baltimore attorney selected to help lead class-action lawsuit over massive Equifax data breach

    Baltimore attorney selected to help lead class-action lawsuit over massive Equifax data breach

    Baltimore attorney Hassan Murphy has been selected to help lead a class-action lawsuit against Equifax over the credit bureau’s massive data breach last year. Murphy, of Murphy Falcon Murphy, was selected by a federal judge in Georgia on Monday to serve on a seven-member steering committee for...

  • T. Rowe Price vice chairman to retire, new investment head appointed

    T. Rowe Price vice chairman to retire, new investment head appointed

    Edward C. Bernard, T. Rowe Price Group’s vice chairman, will retire at the end of the year, the Baltimore-based money management firm announced Wednesday. The company also announced that Rob Sharps will become head of investments on March 1. Sharps is currently co-head of global equity and group...

  • WBAL anchor Donna Hamilton stepping down after 22 years at station

    WBAL anchor Donna Hamilton stepping down after 22 years at station

    After 22 years at WBAL-TV, Donna Hamilton will step down from the anchor desk on May 23, the station announced today. Hamilton is retiring from broadcasting, according to Dan Joerres, president and general manager of the station. “Donna is a staple of not only this television station, but of the...

  • Auctioneer Paul Cooper sees business in transition

    Auctioneer Paul Cooper sees business in transition

    Auctioneer Paul Cooper, vice president of Alex Cooper Auctioneers in Towson, sees the business in transition from the old world of chattering sales patter and paddles raised to online bidding.

  • SECU CEO Rod Staatz to retire at end of 2018

    SECU CEO Rod Staatz to retire at end of 2018

    Rod Staatz, the president and CEO of SECU since 2003, plans to retire at the end of 2018, the credit union announced Wednesday. With $3.3 billion in assets, SECU is Maryland’s largest credit union. Based in Linthicum, SECU serves more than a quarter million members through 22 branches and a network...

  • Fifth CEO of Osiris Therapeutics since 2016 to resign on Friday

    Fifth CEO of Osiris Therapeutics since 2016 to resign on Friday

    Osiris Therapeutics has announced that Linda Palczuk, its fifth CEO since 2016, has resigned effective Friday. Palczuk, who became president and CEO of the long-troubled biotechnology company in Columbia last summer, is taking a position as chief operating officer at Verrica Pharmaceuticals in...

  • Baltimore People on the Move: February 2018

    Baltimore People on the Move: February 2018

    This gallery shows photos from our former "From the Community" People on the Move feature. People on the Move is now an advertising feature and has been renamed "Who's Who in Local Business." For more information, go to the Who's Who order page.

  • Five minutes with Dr. Stuart Levine, president of MedStar Harbor Hospital

    Five minutes with Dr. Stuart Levine, president of MedStar Harbor Hospital

    Stuart Levine was the type of kid who was really focused on his Fisher Price doctor set. He never wanted to be a baseball player or a fireman or an accountant, like other members of his family. Just a doctor. So it was no surprise he went to medical school and became a rheumatologist, a doctor...

  • Baltimore County Chamber CEO to step down in June

    Baltimore County Chamber CEO to step down in June

    Keith Scott plans to step down in June from his post as president and CEO of the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce. Scott, who has led the county chamber for 10 years, plans to pursue his communications training business, TALLsmall Productions, full-time. His resignation is effective June 30....

  • Five minutes with Haris Koentjoro, partner at inPLACE Design

    Five minutes with Haris Koentjoro, partner at inPLACE Design

    Haris Koentjoro has seen roughly 10 percent of the world — that’s 26 countries and 115 cities — and he’s not stopping there. Koentjoro’s work as an architect and partner at Baltimore-based inPLACE Design has taken him to Turkey, Japan and across southeast Asia. It was Koentjoro’s love for adventure...

  • President of Baltimore-based Pandora Americas will step down

    President of Baltimore-based Pandora Americas will step down

    The president of Pandora Jewelry’s Baltimore-based U.S. division will step down in February, the Danish jewelry retailer said. Scott Burger, who has headed Pandora Americas for a decade and relocated the company to Baltimore from Columbia, has decided to leave to “dedicate himself to new endeavours,”...

  • Baltimore People on the Move: January 2018

    Baltimore People on the Move: January 2018

    This gallery shows photos from our former "From the Community" People on the Move feature. People on the Move is now an advertising feature and has been renamed "Who's Who in Local Business." For more information, go to the Who's Who order page.

  • Five Minutes with ... Pierce Flanigan, fifth-generation head of road construction firm P. Flanigan & Sons

    Five Minutes with ... Pierce Flanigan, fifth-generation head of road construction firm P. Flanigan & Sons

    When he took a summer job at age 18 as a laborer pouring cement, Pierce Flanigan was not convinced he wanted a future with his family’s road construction business. But the project he was working on in 1996 — paving a road for the expansion of the Baltimore Convention Center — sparked his interest....

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