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  • Ravens stick to plan of not raising ticket prices

    Ravens stick to plan of not raising ticket prices
    When the Ravens sent out invoices to season ticket holders several weeks ago, they included no price increases for the 2014 season. This isn't exactly breaking news. In announcing an average ticket increase of 10 percent per ticket last year, team...
  • 1st Mariner Bank to be sold to investors

    1st Mariner Bank to be sold to investors
    The parent company of 1st Mariner Bank said Monday that it has signed a deal to sell the bank after years of regulatory demands that it increase its capital, potentially ending the company's long struggle to right itself after the mortgage crisis. A...
  • LNG export is bad for the economy, environment [Letter]

    LNG export is bad for the economy, environment [Letter]
    Domestic natural gas supply has increased enough to reduce the wholesale price to well below what foreign markets would offer for it. So Dominion and other corporate "players" as they call themselves want to send our natural gas overseas. The increased...
  • Sinclair will buy back $100 million of its stock

    Sinclair will buy back $100 million of its stock
    Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. plans to buy back up to $100 million of its common shares. "We strongly believe in the long-term outlook of our company and our business model and disagree with the market's current discounted view on broadcast," said...
  • Some runners sweating higher marathon fees

    Some runners sweating higher marathon fees
    When Margaret Sherrod was in her 20s, she filled her weekends with 10k and other races, but in recent years she has cut back her competitive running schedule. The 58-year-old retired teacher from Millersville is still in great shape and runs regularly...
  • Demand for Baltimore-area homes increased in first half of the year

    Demand for Baltimore-area homes increased in first half of the year
    Baltimore's home market shifted this year, but a spike in interest rates may unsettle the balance again. "Back in the beginning of January … all of the buyers thought they were still in the buyer's market. Then, in the beginning of February,...
  • Corporate boards look to high-profile directors

    Corporate boards look to high-profile directors
    When T. Rowe Price Group looked to add a director to its board last month, the Baltimore money manager chose someone with widespread name recognition: former Sen. Olympia J. Snowe of Maine. Earlier this year, Price added another notable figure to its...
  • Cisco to buy Columbia's Sourcefire for $2.7B

    Cisco to buy Columbia's Sourcefire for $2.7B
    A marquee name in the technology industry said Tuesday that it is buying Columbia-based Sourcefire — a homegrown player in the hot cybersecurity field — for $2.7 billion cash. Cisco Systems wants to bolster its security offerings with...
  • City school lunch prices to increase

    City school lunch prices to increase
    The Baltimore school system is raising the price of student lunches to $3 — one of the highest among the nation's large, urban districts — under a plan that also provides free meals to every low-income student. The price is up from $2.35 for...
  • Don't clobber drivers

    Don't clobber drivers
    Drivers who buy their car insurance through the Maryland Automobile Insurance Fund, the state's auto insurer of last resort, seem always to be the door mats of the State House, but that comparison might be too generous. Rugs get a little respect every...
  • Grace says sales fell in 2Q after a price increase

    Grace says sales fell in 2Q after a price increase
    Columbia chemical maker W.R. Grace & Co. said Thursday that it took a hit to sales in the second quarter as a price increase prompted customers to jump ship. Investors didn't like that news, pressing the stock price down $5.33 a share — more than 6...
  • Sequester debate hides the cold facts of our budget crisis

    Sequester debate hides the cold facts of our budget crisis
    Federal deficits are too large, and mounting national debt threatens future generations. But as Democrats and Republicans squabble over the mandatory spending cuts known as sequestration that went into effect Friday night, they are failing to face the...