Despite all the rollout troubles, the Affordable Care Act is still about people getting quality care when they get sick. It's about helping keep them healthy so they don't get that way. It's about making health care more affordable for Marylanders. And it's about making sure, when accidents or illness strike, no one has to go bankrupt to get the care they need.
Worthington Industries warned state officials Thursday that it will close its 54-employee steel processing plant in Essex next year, an apparent ripple effect casualty of the nearby Sparrows Point steel mill's collapse.
The Department of Labor announced Monday that it has sued the former CEO of Baltimore Behavioral Health Inc. for violating pension law by failing to deposit workers' contributions into the company's retirement plan.
Netflix changed the way people rent movies. Amazon upended the big-box bookstore. Other online retailers have grabbed market share in niches as diverse as contact lenses and pet medications. Why not disposable razors? That's the question posed by a Catonsville-based firm — along with about half a dozen other online upstarts.
Chemical maker W.R. Grace & Co. said Wednesday that its income in the third quarter fell 8 percent from a year earlier as it continues to deal with challenges in its catalysts business, which includes additives used by refineries.
A lawsuit over the ownership of the Westport waterfront that was dismissed last month by a bankruptcy judge will be re-filed in a different court, an attorney for real estate developer Patrick Turner said Monday.
Detroit and Baltimore have both experienced profound post-industrial decline, but Charm City is in a much better position to rebound, thanks to an economic transformation and tough political leadership.
Baltimore officials say Detroit's bankruptcy filing this week is a cautionary tale for the city, and underscores the need to fix the city's $750 million structural deficit — before the situation here grows similarly dire.
One week after boosting its broadcasting holdings with the announcement of a deal to purchase 19 television stations, Tribune Co. said Wednesday morning it intends to spin off its publishing business into a separate company.
Seven Maryland health care centers that received tainted steroids linked to a nationwide meningitis outbreak will be required to turn over documents and give testimony in federal court under subpoenas filed last week.
For some residents near Sparrows Point, there's an upside to the closure of the steel mill: No more steelmaking byproduct — kish — raining down on their properties. But a year after the shutdown, some still worry about the possibility of long-term effects.
The bankruptcy that led to the Sparrows Point steel mill's closure upended the lives of thousands in the Baltimore region. Two former steelworkers — and the family of another — on hardship and unexpected happiness in the first year after steel.