Under Armour’s disclosure of a federal accounting probe may have left some wondering not only about the future of the struggling brand but about the future of the massive South Baltimore development backed by Under Armour’s founder, Kevin Plank.
Maryland Democrats must unite to help keep or bring back party control at all levels of government at a time when democracy is under attack, U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told state Democrats gathered in Middle River on Saturday night.
The three Price Rite Marketplace supermarkets in the Baltimore area will unveil a new look and store format on Friday that includes a brighter appearance, more private label and organic products and a new section for special deals.
Under Armour officials announced Tuesday that company founder Kevin Plank will step aside as CEO as Patrik Frisk, who currently serves as president abd chief operating officer, will assume the leadership role.
As auto workers prepare to vote on a proposed deal that could end a 33-day strike against General Motors, local union officials have been told the automaker’s last plant in Maryland, a White Marsh transmission and electric motor factory, will remain closed.
Tenants at Harborplace, downtown Baltimore's long-struggling waterfront retail and dining attractions, saw sales continue to slip during the typically busy summer months, a report by the center's court-appointed receiver shows.
Eddie’s of Mount Vernon, the Baltimore neighborhood’s longtime grocery anchor on West Eager Street, will move next year to the Belvedere condominium tower a block away, the supermarket owner said Friday.
Sinclair Broadcast has bought a 20% stake in the Yankee Entertainment and Sports Network valued at $346 million, the Hunt Valley broadcaster said Thursday. Sinclair is part of a consortium led by Yankee Global Enterprises and will direct the YES Network’s distribution. YES bills itself as the country's most-watched regional sports network, which broadcasts games, programs and other content for the Yankees, the Brooklyn Nets, Major League Soccer’s New York City FC, and the WNBA’s New York Liberty.
North Baltimore residents and some tenants are concerned about the future of Belvedere Square, long considered a neighborhood gathering spot for shopping and dining, after several popular restaurants and stores have left and the owner put the center on the market. Business owners are hoping to see a new owner step in soon and leverage the strong community support for the center.
While Ravens kicker Justin Tucker sings the praises of Baltimore-based Royal Farms, competing convenience store chain Wawa has signed a full team deal to become the Ravens' "official hoagie" and marketing partner.