Dozens of organizations wrote to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Monday to ask him to explain why his company shut down Korryn Gaines' account at the request of police during a standoff between the Randallstown woman and Baltimore County officers.
Under Armour has paid $70.3 million for land in Port Covington where it plans to build its new headquarters campus — more than double what CEO Kevin Plank's private real estate firm purchased the waterfront site for in 2014, according to land records.
In his first budget proposal as chief executive officer of Prince George's County Public Schools, Kevin Maxwell put forth a $1.75 billion operating budget for fiscal 2015 — an increase of $65.6 million, or 3.89 percent, from last year's approved $1.68 billion budget.
Curran W. "Cub" Harvey Jr., former president of T. Rowe Price Associates Inc. who later was a founder of New Enterprise Associates, a venture capital firm, died Sunday of pneumonia at Naples Community Hospital in Naples, Fla. He was 84.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
Upper Chesapeake Health officially merged with the University of Maryland Medical Systems this week, changing its name to "University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health" and effectively ending local control of the longtime hospital institution in Harford County.
Delegation of venture capital people and quasi-Chinese government officials tour the Green House Residences at Stadium Place to see the Green House model for caring for the elderly. China has a an aging population and is behind the curve on caring for them.
Howard County's new Conscious Venture Lab will be one of a relative few in the business incubation world specifically focused on what's often dubbed responsible or sustainable capitalism. But it joins a long line of efforts to encourage, aid and prod corporations to do good while doing well, a movement that has gained momentum and high-profile advocates in recent years.
Gregory J. Smith, a sports consultant and former chief operating officer of the Maryland Stadium Authority, died of cancer Thursday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Lake-Walker resident was 48.
With approximately 700,000 of our fellow citizens returning from our jails and prisons to our communities each year, incarceration alone is not a solution. We have to do a better job at making sure that those returning home from prison and jail are empowered to change and correct their course in life.
CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield said Tuesday that it would offer more than 55,500 individuals the chance to extend their healthcare plans for a year even though they don't comply with the federal Affordable Care Act.
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.
The CEO of Men's Wearhouse told the retailer's financial advisors to review a merger with Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. and other potential strategies and present options to the company's board, according to a letter from Men's Wearhouse's largest shareholder.
One of the most important opportunities before Baltimore is attracting the next chief executive officer to lead city schools and its community partners in our shared goals of raising academic achievement for all students and expanding access to high-quality school programs in every area of the city and every grade level.
Senior cabinet members in the Baltimore City school system are being offered $10,000 to stay through June to assist with the transition to a new administration — a $70,000 expense that school officials say is the price of maintaining stability.
Solar is becoming mainstream in an increasing number of states, Maryland included. And it's not just about panels on government roofs, rising from expansive fields or atop environmentalists' homes. Corporate America has signed on.
A small group of faculty and students at St. Mary's College of Maryland, the state's only public honors college, is advocating for a new wage structure that they say would keep tuition down by establishing a "living wage" for the lowest-paid workers and using a ratio to cap salaries for the highest paid
The Baltimore school board will launch the first phase of its search for the next schools CEO with a community input campaign that will allow city residents and school communities to weigh in on issues and characteristics that they believe are important for the next superintendent.