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When Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. completes three deals announced in the past two months, it will own more television stations across the country than any other company. The Hunt Valley company will operate 134 stations in 69 markets, reaching more...
When Dave Wah introduced himself at the March 13 meeting of the Hampden Village Merchants Association and said he wanted to open a tattoo parlor and art studio overlooking The Avenue, most members were welcoming. But Joe Lathe-Vitale, owner of an...
Under Armour is suing Nike, alleging that its chief competitor is illegally using a version of the Baltimore sports apparel company's new primary slogan, "I Will." The suit, which the company said it filed Thursday afternoon in U.S. District Court in...
You know the beverage industry is running scared when it feels driven to mount an all-out campaign against a New York City law passed last year banning the sale of super-size sodas and sugary drinks. But it's beyond shameless when that effort includes...
As expected, Maryland vigorously defended its right to move to the Big Ten without paying a $52 million exit fee to the Atlantic Coast Conference in two legal actions filed Friday. Maryland attorney general Doug Gansler filed a complaint in Prince...
Notebook: Steele Stanwick signs deal with Under Armour; company headed to mediation with Warrior over suitSteele Stanwick, a Loyola High graduate and the 2011 Tewaaraton Award winner at Virginia, has signed an endorsement deal with Under Armour. The Baltimore native, now playing for the Ohio Machine of Major League Lacrosse, graduated last spring as the...
It my be just a hiccup for the holidays, but the Towson Arts Collective is breathing some shopping spirit into the vacant Towson Commons building. The nonprofit arts collective is staging a sale of art works and collectibles — dubbed the "Off the...
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The Baltimore SunOcean City's Seacrets has won a federal trademark infringement case against a competitor that was using a similar brand name to market its chain of luxury resorts. The decision in Baltimore's U.S. District Court awards the megaclub $50,000 in punitive...
Unlike most other states, Maryland shoppers have to make one extra stop for a cabernet to go with that steak they bought on sale at the supermarket —grocery stores in the state are generally banned from selling alcohol. Increasingly, though,...
We physicians are not a trade union ("Got a better plan for reducing Medicare costs?" April 5). We have a monopoly on an essential service. As such, we are not permitted to unionize without violating antitrust laws. However, medical practice is voluntary....
The Federal Trade Commission announced that CVS Caremark Corp. agreed to pay $5 million to settle a complaint that it misinformed seniors about the price of certain Medicare Part D prescription drugs sold through CVS and Walgreens pharmacies. The...
A fundamental war has been waged in this nation since its founding, between progressive forces pushing us forward and regressive forces pulling us backward. We are going to battle once again. Progressives believe in openness, equal opportunity and...
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