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  • Morgan State football coach finds out in accidental email that school is looking to replace him

    Morgan State football coach finds out in accidental email that school is looking to replace him
    Morgan State football coach Donald Hill-Eley said he might soon be out of a job after he accidentally received an e-mail earlier this week outlining the university's plans to seek his replacement. Hill-Eley, who has led the Bears to a 54-69 record in...
  • Grotech Ventures chosen to invest state money in Maryland startups

    Grotech Ventures will be the first venture capital firm to invest in Maryland startup companies using $12 million in state money as part of the InvestMaryland program, state economic development officials said Wednesday. The firm was selected based on...
  • Research finds money isn't everything when it comes to choosing a workplace

    Research finds money isn't everything when it comes to choosing a workplace
    Asked what makes a great place to work, employees focus a lot less on pay and benefits than you might think. Workers want fair compensation without a doubt, but they also want to feel that their work and their company's mission matter, workplace...
  • History Channel uses pulpit power, Twitter, conservative sites to sell 'The Bible'

    History Channel uses pulpit power, Twitter, conservative sites to sell 'The Bible'
    A few years ago, the History Channel was best known to some as a punch line on HBO’s “The Sopranos.” Remember mobster Tony Soprano sitting alone late at night in his New Jersey McMansion eating ice cream and watching World War II...
  • Rare hamburgers illegal in North Carolina

     
    It's true but it's not news.You cannot legally order a rare hamburger in North Carolina, but you haven't been able to since the mid 1990s, "when an outbreak of E. coli from Jack in the Box hamburgers called national attention......
  • David Troy's next big projects: fixing email, government transparency

    David Troy's next big projects: fixing email, government transparency
    David Troy started tinkering with computers when he was 7 years old. In the 1980s and 1990s, he ran a company that sold Atari computers by mail in Anne Arundel County. That venture eventually morphed into ToadNet, a regional Internet service provider that...
  • Netflix apologizes

    Netflix apologizes
    Below is a mea culpa from Netflix over its recently poor customer relations moves. But blogger Peter Cohan doesn't seem moved: "Changing your name is not enough to turn around a struggling business," he writes. He says Netflix has some significant...
  • Federal authorities seek email accounts in missing-teen investigation

    Federal authorities seek email accounts in missing-teen investigation
    Authorities searching for the killer of North Carolina teen Phylicia Barnes obtained search warrants for email and Facebook accounts belonging to her and at least three other people, according to documents filed in U.S. District Court. The documents,...
  • Tech Happy

    Tech Happy
    Back in the day when AOL, not Google, dominated the Internet, Pat Chambers was at the forefront of modern technology. A self-proclaimed geek, Pat has been busy “cleaning up the Internet¬–one regrettable website at a time” since 1995 as...
  • AOL stops advertising on Rush Limbaugh's show

    The fallout of Rush Limbaugh calling a law student a "slut" and a "prostitute" for advocating insurance coverage for birth control continues: AOL pulled its advertising money from his radio show, according to a Facebook update by the technology company....
  • Mobile ad leader Millennial Media goes public

    Mobile ad leader Millennial Media goes public
    For a day, a Baltimore company had IPO fever. Fast-growing Millennial Media Inc., a Baltimore-based mobile advertising company, sold shares to the public Thursday, breaking a years-long IPO drought in the city's technology sector. It ended the day valued...
  • Students, need a summer job? Here's help

    The White House, Department of Labor and others have announced an update on a program to get companies, cities and federal agencies to commit to youths for the summer. Employers have agreed to hire tens of thousands of young people. To find internships...