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  • Men's Wearhouse rejects Jos. A. Bank's latest bid

    Men's Wearhouse rejects Jos. A. Bank's latest bid
    Men's Wearhouse rejected Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc.'s latest effort to acquire it, denying the Hampstead-based retailer's request to review nonpublic company information. The board of Houston-based Men's Wearhouse decided that providing such access is...
  • Harbor Point project stirs environmental concerns

    Harbor Point project stirs environmental concerns
    While the Harbor Point project's millions in public financing have dominated debate in Baltimore this summer, a carcinogen buried beneath the proposed waterfront development has sparked concerns about the safety of neighboring residents and the people who...
  • Common Core could boost skills of future American work force [Letter]

    This responds to the Oct. 17 letter by Chris Jones. "Dump the 'New Coke' educational reforms and bring back the classic." Has Mr. Jones read the new State Standards for English Language Arts and State Standards for Mathematics?" Has he compared them...
  • GBC launching group to study, recommend tax reform

    GBC launching group to study, recommend tax reform
    The Greater Baltimore Committee said Wednesday that it will organize a private-sector commission to study Maryland's tax structure after dozens of local CEOs named tax reform the top priority for making the state more business friendly. The GBC, a...
  • A call for Maryland tax reform

    Only two words come to mind in response to the latest missive from the Greater Baltimore Committee wherein 52 CEOs say Maryland's highest priority for economic growth and job creation ought to be reforming the state's tax structure to make it more...
  • Accounting firm RS&F acquires D.C. company

    Accounting firm RS&F acquires D.C. company
    RS&F, an Owings Mills accounting and business consulting firm, has expanded its geographic and industry reach by acquiring the assets of a D.C.-area company specializing in print and media businesses. RS&F said the purchase of Lanham-based Becker & Co.,...
  • O'Malley cool to corporate tax cut, supports higher minimum wage

    O'Malley cool to corporate tax cut, supports higher minimum wage
    Gov. Martin O'Malley told a group of more than 100 state business leaders Friday that he was disinclined to cut the corporate income tax rate, but he wanted raise the state's minimum wage. "It is a fact that wages have been declining in our country...
  • More doctors accused of putting unnecessary stents in patients

    A Towson law firm has accused eight more doctors of playing a role in implanting unnecessary heart stents in patients at St. Joseph Medical Center, where cardiologist Dr. Mark Midei was accused of performing the procedure in hundreds of patients who didn'...
  • O'Malley appoints energy executive to PSC

    O'Malley appoints energy executive to PSC
    Gov. Martin O'Malley on Wednesday appointed Anne E. Hoskins, an executive with a New Jersey-based energy company, to the powerful board that regulates utility rates in Maryland. Hoskins, a Baltimore resident, would fill the vacancy left on the Public...
  • Michael G. Rinn

    Michael G. Rinn
    Michael G. Rinn, a Cockeysville bankruptcy attorney and longtime Civil War enthusiast who played a pivotal role in the preservation of a historic Western Maryland battlefield, died Saturday of lung cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Hunt...
  • Columbia law firm agrees to $300,000 payment in class action suit

    A Columbia-based law firm accused of illegally collecting debts from Maryland residents has agreed to a class action settlement in U.S. District Civil Court resulting in the total distribution of $300,000 to approximately 4,000 state residents. The...
  • Women of the court

    Women of the court
    After her appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court, Sandra Day O'Connor observed that the significance of that decision was not that she "will decide cases as a woman, but that I am a woman who will get to decide cases." And so it is for Mary Ellen Barbera,...