Costco and the U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce are among more than 70 businesses and groups that support raising the minimum wage in Maryland, according Raise Maryland, a group advocating for a higher wage.
Legg Mason Inc. might eliminate some of its less popular funds, while at the same time try to fill gaps in its investment offerings, the chief financial officer of the Baltimore-based money manager said Tuesday.
A fledgling organization devoted to the history of the Continental Congress and creating a permanent home in Annapolis for examining that period in American government took steps last week toward its goal.
As CEO of Maryland Nonprofits since October, Greg Cantori is in his self-described dream job — running one of the nation's largest state associations for nonprofits after 20 years of working in the local sector.
Derick Young, Curtis Kingsland, Ingrid Dean, Kendel Ehrlich and Laura Neuman are among the less traditional applicants for Anne Arundel County executive. The council is to interview the 16 hopefuls Thursday night and appoint a success to John Leopold
Joseph A. Sullivan, who has served as interim leader of Legg Mason Inc. for more than four months, has been named CEO and president of the Baltimore-based money manager, the company announced this morning.
US Lacrosse President and CEO Steve Stenersen today issued comments on proposed Maryland House of Delegates Bill 1123, which if passed by the Maryland General Assembly would legislate that girls lacrosse players in the state wear protective headgear as per specifications set forth by a state task force.
The new CEO of Legg Mason must answer questions about Legg Mason's identity, stem the flow of investors withdrawing money and assuage its affiliates to move the Baltimore money manager into the future.
Judith L. Colligan, a Howard County activist whose interests ran the gamut from ending human trafficking to aiding city children through her work with Agape House and founding a meditation group, died Jan. 19 of heart failure at her home in Columbia. She was 71.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
Legg Mason's board is meeting to discuss and possibly decide on a CEO among four candidates. Interim CEO Joseph Sullivan is believed to have the inside track because of support from Legg's affiliate investment firms.
Legg Mason Inc. plans to lay off an undisclosed number of employees as it folds its once high-profile Legg Mason Capital Management unit in Baltimore into a much larger investment division based in New York.
Legg Mason Inc.'s stock retreated Friday, a day after shares shot up on a Reuters news report that company's board rejected — at least for now — a proposal by senior managers at its affiliates and private equity investors to take the company private.
Now that Brenda McKenzie, a economic development officer from Boston, has taken on the title of president and CEO, she faces the same challenge Brodie confronted 17 years ago: What should the BDC's priorities be and what are the best ways to achieve them?
Fire Chief Christopher Scott Hurst of the Susquehanna Hose Company has successfully completed the process that awards him the professional designation of "Chief Fire Officer)." The Commission on Professional Credentialing (CPC) met Nov. 6 to officially confer the designation upon Hurst, who is one of only 908 CFOs worldwide
Mental health and addiction treatment center Baltimore Behavioral Health Inc. has filed for bankruptcy protection because it owes more than $5.5 million to creditors and estimates its assets are less than $500,000, according to federal court filings.
After spending more than four years embroiled in a contentious Chapter 11 bankruptcy case, the reorganized Tribune Co. will emerge Monday under new owners and a newly appointed board, freed from its massive debt and facing an uncertain future, officials said.
City school officials offered few answers to Hazelwood Elementary/Middle School parents during a contentious meeting Thursday about an employee accused of impregnating a 15-year-old and misrepresenting himself as a child therapist.
For Erica Hamlett-Nicholson's 11-year-old son, Shawn Nowlin was his most trusted confidant when the Hazelwood Elementary/Middle School fifth-grader needed to work through the depression of his parents' separation.