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That download of an Angry Birds app, Katy Perry song, or "Captain America" movie could end up costing consumers more, thanks to a "digital products" tax proposal that's being pushed in Annapolis this year by Gov. Martin O'Malley. The bill is part of a...
Sun reporterState prosecutors have opened an investigation into the Baltimore City Council's computer services contract, ordering city officials to turn over documents detailing how and why the city paid $600,000 to Council President Sheila Dixon's friend for six...
Sun reportersFirst, Karen McVearry spent $30 to join the Hannah Montana fan club and buy presale concert tickets for her 9-year-old daughter Maddie. Too late - they had sold out. The 36-year-old Catonsville mom tried again the day the tickets went on sale to the...
Sun reporterFor the past six years Baltimore City Council President Sheila Dixon has steered government work worth at least $600,000 to her former campaign chairman, most of the time without a written contract. Since becoming council president in December 1999,...
Sun StaffEarlier this year, two salespeople drove deep into the coal country of southern West Virginia on an improbable mission: selling expensive education software in one of the poorest corners of America. Logan County does not look like promising sales...
Sun StaffCAMDEN, N.J. -- When it comes to the teachers in their classrooms, the students in this impoverished city have to settle for less than the best. A lot less. Barely more than half of Camden's math and reading teachers are considered "highly qualified"...
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Los Angeles TimesHere are several milestones in the Securities and Exchange Commission's yearlong investigation of the media giant: - July 24, 2002: AOL Time Warner Inc. discloses that the Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating possible improper...
Special to Baltimoresun.comThe advent of computer technology as a necessary tool of everyday life, coupled with an insatiable thirst for bargains among consumers, has left MarketPro Computer Shows Inc. the benefactor of a convergence between computer enthusiast and computer...
Sun StaffSecond in a series TALLADEGA, Ala. -- Graham Elementary School has no shortage of problems, so it might seem surprising that when it was awarded a $100,000-per-year federal grant earlier this year for "comprehensive school reform," the school used most...
Sun StaffThe questionable use of price guides by insurance adjusters after Tropical Storm Isabel may be to blame for many of the low settlement offers reported by homeowners seeking to repair damaged houses from Maryland to North Carolina, insurance and...
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