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  • Catonsville Toys 'R' Us to close after four decades

    Catonsville Toys 'R' Us to close after four decades
    Ten large red signs hanging outside theToys 'R' Usstore in the One Mile West Shopping Center at 6600 Baltimore National Pike tell the story. The signs announce that the store, which opened late in 1969, will close next month. "This location is closing...
  • Changes at BWI eateries, bars create uncertainty for workers

    An airport food company warned state regulators Thursday that it is laying off 112 employees as it hands off the management of restaurants and bars at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport to another firm — which could...
  • Company aims to build viable electric car in Md.

    Company aims to build viable electric car in Md.
    Genovation Cars Inc., a Rockville-based company, wants to do what many in the auto industry have failed to do — build a fully electric, battery-powered vehicle that the public embraces. On Thursday, company executives were at the Glenn L. Martin...
  • Developer seeks tax break to lure Exelon

    The owner of one of the last undeveloped sites at the Inner Harbor is seeking a property tax break from the city to allow it to compete with the developers of four other sites that have proposed or considered building a downtown headquarters for Exelon...
  • Creating an economy 'built to last'

    Creating an economy 'built to last'
    After World War II, a generation of heroes returned home to build the strongest economy and middle class the world has ever known. Today, as another generation of brave troops comes home, we have a similar opportunity. In my State of the Union Address, I...
  • Towson consulting group to lead county's TaxNet program

    Harford County Government's treasury department will soon have a new company to lead project management and application development support services for its TaxNet program for tax receivables. At their meeting Thursday, members of the Board of...
  • Maryland power plant closing to avoid pollution rules

    An aging, little-used power plant in Williamsport is slated to be closed later this year rather than meet new federal air-pollution limits, its owner announced Thursday, in what could be a spate of such shutdowns resulting from the controversial Obama...
  • Commissioners reject expansion of Carroll County Regional Airport

    Commissioners reject expansion of Carroll County Regional Airport
    One of the most ambitious, and contentious, issues in Carroll County over the past decade came to a crash landing on Thursday, Jan. 26, as the Board of County Commissioners rejected the $74 million expansion plan for Carroll County Regional Airport in...
  • T. Rowe sees dip in quarterly profit but record yearly revenue

    T. Rowe Price Group saw its quarterly income fall for the first time in two years but the Baltimore money manager reported record revenue and profit for the year. The company said Friday that net income for the three months ending Dec. 31 was $188.4...
  • EDF reaches settlement over proposed Constellation merger

    Exelon Corp. and Constellation Energy Group have won over French utility EDF, which agreed to drop its opposition to the proposed merger between the two energy giants after reaching a settlement, the companies announced Tuesday. While EDF's staunch...
  • Kamenetz announces new 16-screen movie theater as Towson Circle III centerpiece

    Kamenetz announces new 16-screen movie theater as Towson Circle III centerpiece
    Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced Friday, Jan. 27 that the centerpiece of the Towson Circle III development will be a 16-screen, 3,200-seat cinema run by Cinemark Theatres, the world's largest theater chain. "In this down economy, to...
  • Debt buyers must provide more documents when suing Marylanders

    Debt buyers have sued thousands of Marylanders over the years without showing much proof that the companies owned the debt — or that the consumers owed it. But that changed this month. Under new rules, debt buyers — who purchase old consumer...