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  • The Interview: Robert L. Wallace on minority entrepreneurs

    The Interview: Robert L. Wallace on minority entrepreneurs
    Robert L. Wallace, CEO of Baltimore-based Bithgroup Technologies, has spent more than two decades building a minority-owned business into a multimillion-dollar success and writing and lecturing about entrepreneurship. The Cherry Hill-born mechanical...
  • Harford estimates board approves $2.2 million in IT, phone, copier contracts

    Harford County's Board of Estimates has approved several contracts, totaling more than $2.2 million, that were requested by the county's information and communication technology director, including one for more than $600,000 for copiers. About 140 black/...
  • Expanding nonprofit has positive partnership track record

    Expanding nonprofit has positive partnership track record
    Baltimore is a city full of potential to Nancy Welsh, the founder of the rapidly expanding North Carolina nonprofit Builders of Hope Inc. The nonprofit recently announced plans to rehabilitate 500 vacant homes near Johns Hopkins Hospital. Baltimore was a...
  • Black voters saw ballots as a part of history

    Black voters saw ballots as a part of history
    For hours, the Obama faithful sat in the pews of Baltimore's Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, watching a large-screen television and waiting for the election results. When CNN announced that he had won, people ran down the sanctuary's aisles,...
  • A platterful of fond Connolly's memories

    Even though Connolly's Pier 5 Pratt Street seafood house served up its last crab cake platter in 1991, Baltimoreans near and far still fondly recall the old, no-frills restaurant and wish that such a place still existed. In the week since my Connolly's...
  • CBS, Rather stand firm on Bush story as furor swells

    CBS anchor Dan Rather vigorously defended yesterday his reliance on memos that appeared to show President Bush avoided fulfilling his service obligations as a lieutenant in the Air National Guard in the early 1970s, even as a controversy intensified...
  • Beltway ballgame

    Each spring the money starts flowing into the bars, restaurants and hotels around Camden Yards when the Orioles are in town. This year, nearly 3 million people from across the region are expected to converge to see the Orioles play, pouring out of...
  • IBM to offer a free anti-spam program

    Electronic mail promoting cut-rate Viagra or how to make big bucks working from home will get pitched right back to the senders by a free program from IBM. The program, announced yesterday, will identify computers that originate unwanted e-mail, or spam,...
  • Child welfare system faulted

    Federal auditors examining Maryland's child welfare system are criticizing the state for having one of the worst computer systems in the nation for tracking abused and neglected children. "Can we find every child in the foster care system? The answer...
  • Unprotected and alone

    When competing against his fellow chicken growers for Piedmont Poultry, farmer Lloyd West played by the rules, and for years it did nothing but cost him money. Eventually he found out why. Some of the other farmers were cheating - falsely reporting lower...
  • IBM to help China's Inspur to design servers

    IBM to help China's Inspur to design servers
    IBM will help China's largest server vendor Inspur International design server systems, the two companies said on Friday, an unexpected development in what has been a politically charged rivalry in the Chinese technology market. Since last year Inspur...
  • AMC renews computer drama 'Halt and Catch Fire'

    AMC renews computer drama 'Halt and Catch Fire'
    AMC isn't hitting the ESC button on its computer drama "Halt and Catch Fire." The network announced Wednesday it has renewed the 1980s-set drama for a second season that will roll out next summer. "Halt and Catch Fire" took viewers into the early days...