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  • Daryl W. Disbrow Sr, 48, of Westminster

    Daryl Wayne Disbrow Sr., 48, of Westminster, died Monday, April 7, 2014, at home. Born Dec. 6, 1965, in Maryland, he was the son of Cynthia McNeil Disbrow and the late Raymond Disbrow. He was a service technician with General Electric. He was...
  • Under the Dome: Level of debate in House goes to pot

    Saturday's debate on marijuana decriminalization in the House of Delegates may have been heated, but it wasn't without its giggles. The subject brought out lawmakers' sense of pun. Del. Curt Anderson, D-Baltimore, got things rolling early during the...
  • House panel OKs increase for film tax credit, permits DBED to recoup funds if shows leave

    A House committee voted to approve a plan Saturday to tap three sources to provide $18.5 million in fiscal 2015 for Maryland's film tax credit. The House Ways and Means Committee voted to raise the allocation in the general fund from $7.5 million to...
  • Lynda A. Yost, corporate pioneer

    Lynda A. Yost, corporate pioneer
    Lynda A. Yost traded the bonnets of her Iowa childhood for a bow-tie blouse as she reached adulthood in the late 1960s. Earning an MBA at Loyola University in Chicago, she worked for Jack Welch in the silicone products division at General Electric;...
  • 7 things you should do while earning your MBA

    Brazen Careerist Going back to school to earn your MBA is often a means to achieving something greater: a job you'll enjoy, and hopefully one that will reap a decent salary, too. That's why MBA hopefuls will be glad to hear that more than 75 percent...
  • GE Capital to refund $225 million to settle credit card allegations

    GE Capital to refund $225 million to settle credit card allegations
    GE Capital agreed to pay $225 million to about 750,000 customers to settle federal allegations of deceptive and discriminatory credit card practices, federal officials said. The claims included an accusation that the financial firm barred Latino...
  • Shift in GOP leadership leaves Export-Import Bank at risk of closing

    Shift in GOP leadership leaves Export-Import Bank at risk of closing
    For 80 years, an obscure federal agency has helped Boeing Co., General Electric Co. and thousands of other U.S. firms sell products abroad. But a sudden change in the House Republican leadership has put the Export-Import Bank at risk of going out of...
  • Comcast timeline: Rise of a giant

    Comcast timeline: Rise of a giant
    Comcast Corp.'s proposed takeover of Time Warner Cable would give the Philadelphia company nearly 30 million cable TV and high-speed Internet subscribers. The merger would consolidate Comcast's information pipeline serving the East and West coasts. Here...
  • Twists and turns on road to equal opportunity

    Twists and turns on road to equal opportunity
    Five decades ago, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law the most sweeping civil rights statute in our history. In 50 years under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, American industry has achieved wholesale changes in workplace demographics,...
  • Could Microsoft quietly be winning the tech wars?

    Could Microsoft quietly be winning the tech wars?
    Is Microsoft actually beating its high-tech competitors? That could be the hidden message in the presentation by Cisco Systems Chairman and CEO John Chambers at a company conference this week.  Chambers, striding into the audience of current and...
  • Irene O. MurgidaFebruary 23, 1918 - May 6, 2014

    Irene O Murgida, 96, long time resident of Sun Valley, California passed away Tuesday, May 6, 2014. She was born in Lynn, Mass.on February 23, 1918 to parents Thomas and Antoinette Sideri. She was one of four daughters. She married the love of her life,...
  • After decades of exodus, companies returning production to the U.S.

    After decades of exodus, companies returning production to the U.S.
    In 2001, Generac Power Systems joined the wave of American companies shifting production to China. The move wiped out 400 jobs in southeast Wisconsin, but few could argue with management's logic: Chinese companies were offering to make a key component for...