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  • Library lands $267,500 grant to developing HiTech initiative

    At a forum on new ideas for the Howard County library system's technology-based HiTech initiative, a group of teen girls bristled at the thought of venturing into science, technology, engineering and math fields, seeing no correlation between science...
  • Under Armour plans first specialty store in New York City

    Under Armour plans first specialty store in New York City
    Under Armour is taking its Brand House specialty store concept to the Big Apple. The Baltimore-based sports apparel brand launched the new retail format in February with a store in Harbor East, and this week set a Nov. 7 opening date for a previously...
  • Zestt home decor opens pop-up shop in Mount Vernon

    Zestt home decor opens pop-up shop in Mount Vernon
    Zestt, a home accessories brand sold online, opened in Mount Vernon over the weekend, the first pop-up shop to occupy the space formerly home to The Hatch. The company, which specializes in home décor and entertaining pieces with original flare, will be...
  • Petition started to halt MSA testing

    Petition started to halt MSA testing
    Parents and educators in Montgomery County have started a petition to halt the administration of the Maryland School Assessments this school year, a multi-million dollar expense they say is a waste of schools' time and taxpayer money as the state...
  • Local startup in the battle for razor customers

    Local startup in the battle for razor customers
    Netflix changed the way people rent movies. Amazon upended the big-box bookstore. Other online retailers grabbed market share in niches as diverse as contact lenses and pet medications. Why not razors? That's the question posed by a Catonsville firm...
  • Under Armour to acquire MapMyFitness

    Under Armour to acquire MapMyFitness
    Under Armour took a huge leap forward in the fast-emerging fitness technology market Thursday with plans for a $150 million acquisition of MapMyFitness, creator of the MapMyRun and MapMyRide mobile applications and websites. What would be Under Armour'...
  • Silk Road employee pleads guilty in Maryland

    Silk Road employee pleads guilty in Maryland
    An administrator with wide-ranging access to the supposedly secret transactions on the Silk Road online market pleaded guilty to a drug charge Thursday in Baltimore after he was caught in a federal sting in January. Curtis Clark Green, 47, was unmasked...
  • O'Malley's Obamacare fiasco [Commentary]

    O'Malley's Obamacare fiasco [Commentary]
    After the federal health exchange faltered, President Barack Obama pointed to Maryland's Obamacare site, the Maryland Health Connection (MHC) as an example of a successful rollout. The president promised Obamacare's rollout would be smoother in "places...
  • Google opens store at Westfield Annapolis Mall

    Google opens store at Westfield Annapolis Mall
    Google is getting into retail, at least temporarily, hoping to woo holiday shoppers at pop-up stores in Annapolis and five other spots across the U.S. The search engine’s store, "Google Winter Wonderlab" opened over the weekend at Westfield...
  • Ray Rice to play featured role in USA's 'Characters Unite' campaign

    Ray Rice to play featured role in USA's 'Characters Unite' campaign
    Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice will be the first player featured during the upcoming season in USA's "NFL Characters Unite" campaign, the cable channel will announce later today. Rice will also announce an expanded relationship between the NFL...
  • Lawsuit called another 'skirmish' as Under Armour takes aim at Nike

    Lawsuit called another 'skirmish' as Under Armour takes aim at Nike
    Nike started with running shoes and Under Armour with undershirts. Both stories begin with dissatisfaction. While trying to sell a Japanese manufacturer's shoes, Phil Knight sent some to his former coach, who modified them, using, among other things, a...
  • FDA takes a stand on cigarettes

    FDA takes a stand on cigarettes
    Last week the federal Food and Drug Administration quietly did something that it has never done before. For the first time in its history, the agency charged with protecting the public from harmful foods and medicines rejected a bid by the tobacco...