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  • Exelon boss wants merger badly, and he's paying for it

    John Rowe made no secret of the fact that he badly wanted a signature merger to top off his career as the chief executive of Exelon Corp. How badly can be seen in the settlement he just agreed to in Exelon's bid to purchase Baltimore's Constellation...
  • Governor gets concessions in Exelon deal

    Governor gets concessions in Exelon deal
    In a settlement with Gov. Martin O'Malley over the proposed buyout of Constellation Energy Group, Exelon Corp. has promised to develop significantly more natural gas, wind and solar power in Maryland, give more money to help low-income customers and...
  • O'Malley: Benefits of Exelon-CEG merger go beyond rate credit

    O'Malley: Benefits of Exelon-CEG merger go beyond rate credit
    While Maryland business, labor and environmental groups backed a $1 billion settlement between Gov. Martin O'Malley and Exelon Corp. related to the Chicago company's buyout of Constellation Energy Group, not everyone was satisfied. Merger opponent EDF...
  • Calvert Cliffs wetlands permit approved

    The state Board of Public Works gave its unanimous approval Wednesday to a wetlands dredging permit for a company that hopes to build a third nuclear reactor at the Calvert Cliffs power plant in Southern Maryland, even though the project is far from...
  • Top property tax bills in Baltimore add up to big bucks

    Top property tax bills in Baltimore add up to big bucks
    When the city sends Tom Clancy his property tax bill, finance officials might want to tuck in a thank-you note. The multimillionaire novelist's supersized digs at the Ritz-Carlton Residences along the Inner Harbor have by far the highest tax payment of...
  • Regulators extend deadline for Constellation-Exelon merger decision

    Regulators extend deadline for Constellation-Exelon merger decision
    Maryland regulators agreed Friday to postpone their decision on the $7.9 billion merger of Constellation Energy Group and Exelon Corp. until Feb. 17, giving themselves more time to evaluate a proposed settlement between the companies and Gov. Martin O'...
  • Sparrows Point to restart some steelmaking operations

    A letter from the owner of the idled Sparrows Point steel mill assuring customers that some operations are to resume will be welcome news, at least in the short term, an industry observer said Wednesday. The letter — dated Tuesday and first...
  • Perryville commissioners vote to write-off $9,000 in uncollectable taxes

    The Town of Perryville will write off property taxes it hasn't been able to collect from several defunct businesses — about $9,000. The money, however, will be offset, and then some, by the town's burgeoning casino revenue. Perryville's town...
  • New IRS reporting requirements kick in for fund firms in 2012

    If you own mutual funds outside a retirement account, you likely have heard from the investment companies asking you to choose your math. The companies want you to select the method they should use to calculate your "cost basis" — how much you paid...
  • Jewish Times publisher, printer miss deadline for joint plan

    The publisher of the Baltimore Jewish Times and its former printer have now blown a third deadline set by a federal judge to submit a joint plan to take the company out of bankruptcy, and the years-long feud goes on. The publisher of the Baltimore Jewish...
  • Opera AACC celebrates a decade of performance, training

    As Anne Arundel Community College celebrates its 50th anniversary, Opera AACC marks its own milestone as a company now in its 10th year. Founded by musician Douglas Brandt Byerly as artistic director, Opera AACC provides professional training for young...
  • Laurel Park, Pimlico owner to ask for state help in 2012

    Laurel Park, Pimlico owner to ask for state help in 2012
    The owner of Laurel Park and Pimlico Race Course plans to ask the state for up to $6 million in slots subsidies to help run 146 days of live racing at the two tracks next year. The move was part of a deal approved Tuesday by the Maryland Racing...