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  • Maryland Live sees slot revenue fall as table games start

    Maryland Live sees slot revenue fall as table games start
    Table games at Maryland Live Casino generated $8.4 million in revenue in their first month at the Anne Arundel County facility, on top of $38.2 million from its slot machines, the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency reported Monday. While...
  • Hannon Armstrong aims to raise $250 million in IPO

    Hannon Armstrong aims to raise $250 million in IPO
    An Annapolis-based financier of clean energy infrastructure amended its plans to sell stock to the public, more than doubling its target to $250 million. Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital Inc., which provides debt and equity...
  • Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank earned $1.53 million in 2012

    Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank earned $1.53 million in 2012
    Under Armour CEO and president Kevin Plank earned $1.53 million in total compensation last year, a 35 percent jump over 2011, the Baltimore-based sports apparel company reported Tuesday. Plank, the company's founder and chairman of the board, had a base...
  • Columbia-based COPT raises $118 million in offering

    Columbia-based COPT raises $118 million in offering
    Corporate Office Properties Trust, a real estate investment and development firm based in Columbia, on Tuesday completed its public offering of nearly 4.5 million new common shares, the company said in a statement. The offering generated about $118...
  • T. Rowe Price, Legg Mason offering up ultrashort-term bond funds

    T. Rowe Price, Legg Mason offering up ultrashort-term bond funds
    Baltimore's two major mutual fund companies have joined a small but growing number of investment firms offering ultrashort-term bond funds, which may become an alternative to the traditional money market fund. The T. Rowe Price Ultra Short-Term Bond...
  • Legg Mason executives receive restricted stock award

    Legg Mason executives receive restricted stock award
    Legg Mason awarded more than 300,000 shares of restricted common stock spread among six executives as part of a retention program at the Baltimore-based money manager that is undergoing a shakeup at the top. The shares, according to filings Wednesday...
  • Legg Mason CEO getting $4 million severance package

    Legg Mason CEO getting $4 million severance package
    Legg Mason said Wednesday that it has agreed to a severance package for outgoing CEO Mark R. Fetting that will cost the Baltimore money manager about $4 million, including $2 million in direct payments. Fetting is stepping down as CEO and chairman Oct....
  • Former Oriole Doug DeCinces indicted on insider trading charges

    Former Oriole Doug DeCinces indicted on insider trading charges
    Former Orioles third baseman Doug DeCinces was indicted Wednesday, along with three friends, by a federal grand jury in California on securities fraud charges, for allegedly cashing in on inside information about the acquisition of an Orange County...
  • CEO pay rises at most local public companies

    CEO pay rises at most local public companies
    As pay raises go, it's hard to beat a fivefold increase. That's the jump Hunt Valley-based Omega Healthcare Investors' CEO saw in compensation last year. After getting a thumbs down for its executive pay from a shareholder advisory firm, the company told...
  • Former Constellation CEO Shattuck retires from Exelon — but remains on its board

    Former Constellation CEO Shattuck retires from Exelon — but remains on its board
    Mayo A. Shattuck III, who coordinated the sale of two Baltimore institutions to out-of-state concerns and ran the region's power company for a volatile decade, has retired from the parent of Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. Chicago-based Exelon Corp. didn'...
  • Grotech Ventures chosen to invest state money in Maryland startups

    Grotech Ventures will be the first venture capital firm to invest in Maryland startup companies using $12 million in state money as part of the InvestMaryland program, state economic development officials said Wednesday. The firm was selected based on...
  • Zynga closes Timonium video game studio in broader consolidation

    Zynga closes Timonium video game studio in broader consolidation
    Zynga, the video game maker best known for FarmVille and Words With Friends, has closed its Timonium office as part of a broader corporate consolidation, company officials said Monday. The company also made changes at three other offices, closing and...