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  • Under Armour exceeds earnings expectations in first quarter

    Under Armour exceeds earnings expectations in first quarter
    Under Armour launched a new marketing plan earlier this year, touting its up-and-coming athletes and most innovative products in an intense but short burst they called “a brand holiday.” It appears to have paid off. The Baltimore-based...
  • Beware of scams claiming to raise money for victims of Bostom marathon bombing

    Beware of scams claiming to raise money for victims of Bostom marathon bombing
    Americans' hearts going out to the victims of the marathon bombing in Boston, which means, of course, con artists will have to take advantage of that. The Federal Trade Commission is warning people to be leery of charity solicitations from telemarketers....
  • Pricing, not sales tax, will determine retailers' success

    It is amazing that the U.S. Senate has been paralyzed to the extent that it is unable to pass legislation favored by 90 percent of Americans requiring simple background checks on gun purchasers but at the same time is poised to sock it to consumers by...
  • Orioles score big with young audiences, advertisers on MASN

    Orioles score big with young audiences, advertisers on MASN
    Nationally, the highest-rated shows among young adults in April and May were “The Big Bang Theory” on CBS, “Modern Family” on ABC and “The Voice” on NBC. But in Baltimore, those viewers preferred a different show:...
  • From 'Middle East' to 'Eager Park,' a community is rebranded

    From 'Middle East' to 'Eager Park,' a community is rebranded
    Hundreds of residents have been relocated and dozens of homes cleared from Baltimore's Middle East neighborhood in recent years. Now the area just north of Johns Hopkins Hospital may be losing something more: its name. As an ambitious redevelopment...
  • Five questions for Becker Group president Cormac Woods

    Five questions for Becker Group president Cormac Woods
    Cormac Woods spent the last week at the beach, looking out at the rolling waves and thinking of ways to make your Christmas shopping experience more fulfilling. Woods is president and owner of The Becker Group, a Baltimore-based company that designs...
  • A hat tip to some local gardeners for their splendid daffodils [West Friendship]

    With temperatures soaring to an unexpected 80 degrees on April 8, West Friendship yards became a literal overnight sea of blooming daffodils. Trumpet daffodils indeed, as the iconic floral herald of spring fairly shouted out to passers by. West...
  • Fallston Group Hires New Client Services Manager

    Rob Weinhold, Fallston Group Founder and principal, announced Kristi Frisch has joined the Fallston Group as Client Services Manager. In this role, Frisch will develop and manage client relationships while enhancing the firm's local and national...
  • Some college degrees offer better value than others

    Some college degrees offer better value than others
    “Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys,”  or so the 1970s country song advised. But today, the recommendation could be not to let your children grow up to journalists, marriage therapists or vets. Strictly speaking finances,...
  • Twenty restaurants serving up Taste of Hampden

    Twenty restaurants serving up Taste of Hampden
    The Food Market has been well-received since the Hampden restaurant opened on The Avenue in June. Now, chef and co-owner Chad Gauss and his business partner, Elan Kotz, are giving back to the community, as one of 20 restaurants participating in A Taste of...
  • Make college worth the cost

    Make college worth the cost
    Colleges and universities charge too much, deliver too little and channel too many students into a lifetime of debt. Genuine reform must be brought to bear to curb those abuses. College graduates still earn more and are unemployed less often. However,...
  • Fort Meade apartments a first — probably not a last

    More than 1,300 young, single soldiers, sailors and other service members drive to Fort Meade every work day because they don't live on post — can't, actually, because the barracks are full and other homes there are for families. The Army...