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  • 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...

  • 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....

  • Westminster photographer tells stories through "out of the box" portraits

    Westminster photographer tells stories through "out of the box" portraits

    Jennifer DiDio calls her portrait studio “boutique.” The Westminster business doesn’t load up on customers, so there is ample time to create portraits she says are often “out of the box.” Consider the portrait earlier this year of the high school basketball player. “We built a waterfall on our...

  • Baltimore Bike Share coordinator hired by vendor of $2.36 million bike share program

    Baltimore Bike Share coordinator hired by vendor of $2.36 million bike share program

    The Baltimore City Department of Transportation is looking into whether its former bike share coordinator’s new job with the program’s Canadian vendor could be at odds with a city ethics policy. Jay Decker, who left his $58,000-a-year job at the transportation department one day before the program’s...

  • Top patient safety expert, innovator of checklists, departs Johns Hopkins

    Top patient safety expert, innovator of checklists, departs Johns Hopkins

    Dr. Peter Pronovost, one of the nation’s top patient safety experts and advocates, is leaving Johns Hopkins Health System for a job at insurance giant UnitedHealthcare, he announced Thursday on Twitter. “A great opportunity to help improve care for millions,” tweeted Pronovost, currently Hopkins’...

  • Under Armour names two new senior executives

    Under Armour names two new senior executives

    Under Armour on Monday named two new senior executives. Kelley McCormick will take a newly created position, senior vice president of corporate communications, and Massimo Baratto will serve as vice president and managing director of European business for the Baltimore-based athletic apparel company....

  • Betamore CEO departs for cybersecurity firm

    Betamore CEO departs for cybersecurity firm

    Betamore CEO Jen Meyer said Friday she will leave her role at the Federal Hill-based incubator and startup hub at the end of the month to become a vice president of ZeroFox, a cybersecurity firm that was Betamore’s first graduate. Meyer said Friday she announced her plans to Betamore’s advisory...

  • Greater Baltimore Committee selects new chairman

    Greater Baltimore Committee selects new chairman

    Paul A. Tiburzi grew up in Baltimore’s Highlandtown, the son of a city police sergeant and a seamstress. From that blue-collar beginning, Tiburzi became a leading lawyer for one of the nation’s most powerful law firms. And on Friday, the DLA Piper attorney was elected chairman of the city’s leading...

  • Maryland cannabis commission hires new executive director

    Maryland cannabis commission hires new executive director

    An Eastern Shore hospital executive has joined the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission as its new executive director. Joy A. Strand takes her new job just as companies have begun to dispense medical marijuana to patients. She replaces Patrick Jameson who resigned last month. The former state trooper...

  • Sinclair Broadcast appoints executive to new chief revenue officer role

    Sinclair Broadcast appoints executive to new chief revenue officer role

    Sinclair Broadcast Group has appointed an executive in its digital group to the new role of chief revenue officer, the Hunt Valley-based company said Tuesday. Rob Weisbord, who has led Sinclair Digital Group since January 2014 and worked in Sinclair management jobs since 1997, will start the job...

  • Baltimore People on the Move: December 2017

    Baltimore People on the Move: December 2017

    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.

  • Baltimore Mayor gives departing spokesman key to the city

    Baltimore Mayor gives departing spokesman key to the city

    Mayor Catherine Pugh on Thursday presented her departing spokesman Anthony McCarthy her first-ever ceremonial key to the city. McCarthy, who was paid $137,700 a year and has served in the past five mayoral administrations, said he is resigning to found the Sanctuary Community Church. His last day...

  • Legg Mason adds two more women to its board of directors as it increases diversity

    Legg Mason adds two more women to its board of directors as it increases diversity

    Legg Mason has made its board of directors one of the most gender-diverse among Baltimore-area public companies with the appointment of two more women. The Baltimore-based money management firm appointed venture capitalist Michelle Goldberg and industry veteran Alison Quirk to its board, where...

  • Five minutes with Chip King, CEO of CallRevu

    Five minutes with Chip King, CEO of CallRevu

    Ever wonder who’s listening in when you place a call and get that familiar automated response “This call may be monitored for quality purposes”? It’s Timonium-based CallRevu. The company, founded in 2010, monitors and evaluates customer service calls for car dealerships, then uses the information...

  • Under Armour names new head of footwear

    Under Armour names new head of footwear

    Under Armour has tapped one of its sports division managers to head footwear, a key growth category for the brand, as part of restructuring announced earlier this year. Ryan Drew, previously general manager of the brand’s basketball division, will become head of footwear, Under Armour said Tuesday....

  • Maryland health exchange names new executive

    Maryland health exchange names new executive

    Michele S. Eberle was named the new executive director of the quasi-public state agency that administers the Maryland health exchange nearly three weeks into the annual open enrollment period for the insurance known as Obamacare. Eberle had been working as the chief operating officer for the Maryland...

  • Bill Paterakis letter to H&S Bakery employees: lawsuit by his father's second wife a 'desperate attempt' to get more money

    Bill Paterakis letter to H&S Bakery employees: lawsuit by his father's second wife a 'desperate attempt' to get more money

    The lawsuit John Paterakis’ widow filed this week against the bakery magnate’s children is a “desperate attempt … to obtain more money than she was left,” one of his sons wrote in a letter sent to thousands of H&S Bakery employees this week. William Paterakis, who heads the bakery conglomerate...

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