Lorraine Mirabella is a business reporter for The Baltimore Sun. She writes about retail, consumer affairs, workplace issues and other financial news. She joined the business staff in 1992 and has covered real estate, energy, manufacturing, business trends and companies such as Under Armour and McCormick & Co. She is a Towson University graduate.
Len Stoler Lexus in Towson has been accused of violating federal law by demoting and then firing a worker because of disabilities stemming from a traumatic brain injury suffered in a serious motorcycle accident.
Giant Food, the Baltimore region’s largest supermarket, is upending how it delivers groceries, switching to a localized model that uses store workers and third-party delivery services and shutting down a home delivery service warehouse in Hanover.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has accused Verizon Maryland of discriminating against a manager who suffered from hypertension by not allowing him to compete for jobs compatible with his disability.
Amid controversy over Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.’s gas regulator installations, a new estimate shows consumers could be saddled with costs of least $19,000 per-house long term. BGE says all gas customers would share the costs and pay very little individually.
Hunt Valley television station owner Sinclair has agreed to pay $85,000 in back pay and damages to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed on behalf of a fired help desk technician with a mental health impairment.
Under Armour has a new CEO and a new three-year plan to boost profitability. On Tuesday, executives touted both as key to boosting the Baltimore-based sports brand’s popularity and sales, especially in the U.S. home market.
Baltimore's bid is in. The region, led by a Greater Baltimore Committee business and technology consortium, is competing for billions of dollars in funding and a federal designation as a national tech hub. Leaders involved in the effort unveiled plans at Morgan State University on Thursday.
A long-simmering legal dispute over vacant waterfront land in Westport could be resolved without a trial, as the developer planning a community there and the operator of proposed high speed rail said Tuesday they hope to reach a settlement.