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  • Maryland Army veteran sues 3M over earplugs

    Maryland Army veteran sues 3M over earplugs

    The Baltimore-based Law Offices of Peter Angelos have joined a host of firms across the country beginning to file lawsuits against the St. Paul, Minn-based 3M Co. over earplugs it provided the military that were alleged to be defective by the U.S. Justice Department. The first local case against...

  • Marylanders get tax break on energy efficient appliances this weekend

    Marylanders get tax break on energy efficient appliances this weekend

    Consumers who buy energy-efficient appliances this weekend in Maryland will get a break on the state's 6 percent sales tax. Maryland’s tax-free weekend applies to qualifying Energy Star products, such as air conditioners, washers and dryers, furnaces, heat pumps, boilers, solar water heaters, standard...

  • Tricky time for Amazon: HQ2 reversal, Bezos extortion claims, antitrust scrutiny

    Tricky time for Amazon: HQ2 reversal, Bezos extortion claims, antitrust scrutiny

    It's been a complicated few weeks for Amazon, what with its abrupt pullout from a massive New York City development, extortion claims related to intimate photos taken by its founder Jeff Bezos and increasing antitrust scrutiny in Europe. For now, these events seem unlikely to pose much threat to...

  • Port Covington developer starts seeking city approval for market, apartment buildings

    Port Covington developer starts seeking city approval for market, apartment buildings

    Developers of the proposed $5.5 billion Port Covington project in South Baltimore began seeking design approval Thursday from a city architectural review board for the first set of buildings that could break ground late this year and open in 2021. The first phase will contain two residential buildings...

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