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  • First Mariner's Hale retires

    First Mariner's Hale retires
    Edwin F. Hale Sr., the Baltimore trucking magnate and developer, said Friday that he has retired as chief executive and chairman of First Mariner Bancorp — the banking company he built, only to scramble in the housing market collapse and recession...
  • Retired First Mariner CEO sells 1 million shares of stock

    First Mariner Bancorp's newly retired chief executive told regulators that he sold just over 1 million shares of company stock this week — for a grand total of $21,084. Edwin F. Hale Sr., who founded the Baltimore parent of 1st Mariner Bank, said...
  • First Mariner appeals Nasdaq delisting decision

    First Mariner Bancorp is appealing a Nasdaq Stock Market decision to delist the company's stock from the Nasdaq Capital Market. The Baltimore-based parent of 1st Mariner Bank said Thursday that it has requested a hearing, which will prevent delisting...
  • First Mariner reports $11 million loss in second quarter

    First Mariner Bancorp's bleeding increased during the second quarter as continued write-downs of real estate and bad loans left the Baltimore company with $11 million in losses. The 1st Mariner Bank parent, locked in a battle for survival, said Friday...
  • First Mariner Bancorp reports third quarterly profit in a row

    First Mariner Bancorp reported Wednesday that it earned $7.9 million in the quarter ended in September, the third quarter in a row that the struggling parent of 1st Mariner Bank reported a profit. On a per-share basis, the Baltimore-based holding company...
  • Hale is retired from bank, but he's not out of business

    Hale is retired from bank, but he's not out of business
    EASTON – Shortly before sunrise, Edwin F. Hale Sr. scatters decoys on the water, preparing for a day of waterfowl hunting on his Talbot County farm. The day dawns cloudy, a good sign because ducks and geese fly low under clouds, Hale says, as he...
  • First Mariner loses nearly $4 million in fourth quarter

    First Mariner Bancorp said Monday that it lost almost $4 million during the three months ending Dec. 31, about the same as a year earlier after accounting for a one-time tax charge in the fourth quarter of 2010. It was the 19th straight quarter in the...
  • First Mariner reports another profitable quarter

    For the second quarter in a row, First Mariner Bancorp reported a profit, thanks to low interest rates, which have triggered a burst of mortgage lending. The Baltimore-based parent of 1st Mariner Bank announced Thursday that it earned $5.7 million in the...
  • TSA often seizes weapons at BWI

    TSA often seizes weapons at BWI
    Among the knives, real and toy pistols, and other dangerous weapons seized at BWI Marshall Airport, this one stood out: A curving 7-inch arc of jagged teeth with a brass knuckle-style grip. A blogger for the Transportation Security Administration...
  • First Mariner Bancorp reports quarterly profit

    First Mariner Bancorp reported Wednesday its first quarterly profit in five years, a sign of progress for the Baltimore institution struggling to raise capital and avoid a federal takeover. The company earned $1.8 million for the first three months of...
  • Ed Hale files $5M suit against 1st Mariner Arena operator

    Ed Hale files $5M suit against 1st Mariner Arena operator
    Edwin F. Hale Sr., the Baltimore developer and former CEO of First Mariner Bancorp, filed a $5 million lawsuit Monday against the operators of 1st Mariner Arena, alleging they are improperly using billboards that belong to him. Filed in Baltimore...
  • In dispute with city, Hale moves businesses to Balto. Co.

    In dispute with city, Hale moves businesses to Balto. Co.
    Citing a soured relationship with city government, Edwin F. Hale Sr., the Baltimore trucking magnate, developer and former CEO of First Mariner Bancorp, said Wednesday that he has moved his businesses to Baltimore County. "I've been around for 43 years,...