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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/...
It's not a matter of "if" but "when." Medifast Inc., the No. 3 manufacturer of weight-loss food products, is growing so quickly in that industry that there will soon come a time when it outgrows its sole production facility in Owings Mills and builds...
A new Havre de Grace High School was not part of the 2011 Education Facilities Master Plan the Harford County Board of Education approved at its Monday evening The construction timeline included projects out to the 2021-22 school year, but did not...
Tags: Schools, John Archer, Mass Media, Elections, Cornell Brown
Of all the differences between a Mac and a PC, few are as obvious as the mouse. Mice for Apple Computer Inc.'s Mac have but one button, while mice for Microsoft Corp.'s PC have at least two and usually a scroll wheel nestled between them. As a Mac...
Tags: Apple Inc., Microsoft Corporation
Everybody steals from Apple Computer Inc. Or so the thinking goes in the Mac community. Ever since Microsoft Corp. introduced Windows 1.0 in 1985, there has been a ceaseless chorus from Mac users accusing the software giant, based in Redmond, Wash.,...
Sun StaffThe accounting scandal enveloping WorldCom Inc. grew out of a scheme so simple and brazen that top executives for the telecom giant should have known it would eventually collapse of its own weight, experts in corporate finance said yesterday. But the...
Times Staff WriterPresident Bush's corporate reform initiatives will do little to restore confidence in America's battered business culture, whether by shoring up investor trust or discouraging genuinely fraudulent behavior in the executive suite, according to business...
Tags: WorldCom Incorporated, Prosecution, Punishment, Fraud, Lawyers
The Lexington Herald-LeaderXerox is adding 250 full-time positions in Lexington, the company announced Monday. Hiring is under way, according to a Xerox news release. The work will support five Xerox clients that are expanding operations in Lexington; those clients were not...
Chicago's divorce with Redflex Traffic Systems is getting messy. In his hurry to sever ties with the red-light camera operator amid a burgeoning bribery scandal, Mayor Rahm Emanuel in February set a six-month deadline for Redflex to leave town after a...
Tribune reporterArizona-based American Traffic Solutions Inc. was selected as the preferred bidder for an automated camera system to tag speeders near public schools and parks, Mayor Rahm Emanuel's administration said today. City procurement officials notified ATS in...
It is far from fancy, this hulking, 1,600-pound device encased in stainless steel and plugged into an electrical outlet. More properly known as a ticket vending machine, it will become the first impression for many Central Floridians approaching the...
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