| Jun 19, 2011
| 5:00 AM
Former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. led trade missions to Singapore, China and Israel. His lieutenant governor, Michael S. Steele, went to Ghana, South Africa, Paris, Barbados and Israel. Former Gov. Parris N. Glendening took overseas trips with an aide who would later become his wife, and former Gov. William Donald Schaefer traveled to Europe, the Soviet Union, Canada, the Middle East and Asia. All of them raised some eyebrows, but it is Gov. Martin O'Malley's recently concluded trip to China, South Korea and Vietnam that seems to be getting the most scrutiny. Republicans are demanding a detailed accounting of all state money spent on the trip, and the governor has been unusually aggressive in touting the accomplishments of the trade mission with a news release and a press conference upon his return.
| Dec 9, 2013
| 2:42 PM
Dec 9 (Reuters) - Wall Street securities analysts revised their ratings and price targets on
several U.S.-listed companies, including Boeing and American Eagle Outfitters, on Monday.
* Boeing : Barclays raises target price to $160 from $145;...
| Feb 21, 2013
| 4:32 PM
A new concept car has just been unveiled, but it's not from any automaker you've heard of. The car began life as a Nissan Leaf, but sit inside and you won't recognize anything from Nissan ??? there is no dashboard,...
| Dec 17, 2012
| 10:07 AM
Carbon Motors plans to launch production of a new vehicle before the end of 2013.
The vehicle, called the Carbon TX7, is an all-wheel-drive truck capable of carrying up to ten passengers. The company said the TX7 is priced at about $150,000.
| Dec 17, 2012
| 8:17 PM
After four years and a failed federal loan, a company that promised to make police cars and employ hundreds of Hoosiers says it is once again moving forward, but it might not happen where everyone thought.
Carbon Motors, which promised to employ more...