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  • 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...
  • Gas leak near Under Armour headquarters repaired

    A gas leak in Locust Point forced the evacuation Monday of occupants of several blocks of rowhouses as well as workers at the Under Armour headquarters. The broken pipe was repaired within a few hours. The leak was reported in the 1100 block of Hull St....
  • 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...
  • Pioneer moved Bullets: Wizards owner Abe Pollin dead at 85

    Pioneer moved Bullets: Wizards owner Abe Pollin dead at 85
    Abe Pollin, a pioneer in area sports and the first man to move a major league sports franchise out of Baltimore in the modern era, died Tuesday. He was 85. His death was announced by his company, Washington Sports & Entertainment. No details were...
  • Turning up the heat on spam

    WASHINGTON -- Sitting in a plush leather chair in a borrowed office at George Washington University Law School, Eric Menhart seems nothing more than an ambitious, third-year law student with some impressive experience under his belt. He has interned...
  • Tech firms, lawmakers target spam, e-mail fraud

    Marci De Vries, a Baltimore marketer, won't open her e-mail in front of clients, fearful that they'll think she's a pervert when they see some of the subject lines on her screen. Shamik Ghosh, a Laurel business developer, has to delete junk mail from his...
  • Bill would make spammers' e-mail tactics a crime

    Last summer, when Del. Brian J. Feldman's campaign e-mail account was hijacked by a spammer who used it to send ads for a pornographic Web site, he was flooded with replies. "Some said, 'I'm interested, but I want more information,' " recalled Feldman, a...
  • Internet giants sue over spam

    Four competing Internet powerhouses joined forces yesterday to file six lawsuits targeting spammers who have swamped the nation's personal computers with billions of cheesy come-ons for Viagra, cut-rate mortgages and porn. Officials of Microsoft, America...
  • Susan Lyne Steps Down as AOL Brand Chief to Head Company's New Venture Fund

    AOL announced that Susan Lyne will relinquish her role as CEO of the company's brand group to lead AOL's newly established BBG Fund focused on early-stage investments in women-led consumer Internet start-ups. "As head of AOL Brands, I had the opportunity...
  • Emmys 2014 winners list

    Emmys 2014 winners list
    The 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards were handed out Monday during an NBC broadcast. Here is a list of the winners and nominees. Winners are marked with an asterisk (*). Outstanding Drama Series * "Breaking Bad" (AMC) "Downton Abbey" (PBS) "Game of...
  • Miramax Closes $250 Million Securitization

    Miramax has secured a $25 million credit facility and $250 million securitization, which it plans to use to pay down debt and to support its television and film ventures. The company used its 700-film library to secure the notes. It's been three years...