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Mind Over Machines Inc., a Timonium-based information technology company, received the Blue Ribbon Small Business award from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for its dedication to excellence.


Justin Berk has earned the certified broadcast meteorologist designation from the American Meteorological Society. The Channel 2 weatherman is the first in Baltimore to earn the designation, which was created in 2005.


Paul Tiburzi, managing partner of DLA Piper, was tapped by the Maryland Stadium Authority to lead the Camden Yards Sports and Entertainment Commission, a panel of business and community leaders charged with developing new uses and attracting higher-profile events to the Baltimore facilities.


Northrop Grumman Corp. opened a programmatic, engineering and logistical support office in Hollywood, in St. Mary's County, to provide service to the Naval Air Systems Command at Patuxent River Naval Air Station.

Sallie Mae Mortgage, a brand of SLM Financial, opened an office at 898 Airport Park Road in Glen Burnie.

Urban Outfitters opened a two-level retail apparel and footwear outlet, its first store in Maryland, in the Light Street Pavilion at Harborplace.


Spellman, Larson & Associates, a Towson-based engineering and surveying firm, moved to larger quarters in Courthouse Commons at 222 Bosley Ave.

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