Amazon's rejection means Baltimore is still the largest American city without a Fortune 500 company, and it’s time our leadership address the root causes: mind-numbing statistics on the murder rate; distrust among residents and police; schools that can't provide heat, air conditioning or water.
In what experts in corporate governance believe is a first by a major money management firm, Baltimore-based T. Rowe Group is taking a stand against the growing number of public companies with two or more classes of stock that give a few insiders disproportionate voting rights.
The company attributed the better-than-expected results partly to higher "retransmission consent fees," or fees that cable and satellite providers pay broadcasters to include their signals in channel lineups.
President Barack Obama on Monday discussed the economic underpinnings of racial tension in places like Baltimore as he announced the creation of a nonprofit organization intended to provide opportunities for young men of color.
The number of women on corporate boards in Maryland increased last year, and for the first time, all businesses that joined the state's publicly traded companies had at least one woman board member, Network 2000 said in a report released Wednesday.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7472 in partnership with Bob Evans on Beaver Run off Executive Park Drive, Route 100 exit 1 B-C in Ellicott City, is having a fundraiser on Saturday, April 12, from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Incumbent Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett -- in the fight of his political career to keep his seat in Maryland's 6th Congressional District -- raised less money over the past three months than he did in the previous quarter, campaign finance reports filed with the Federal Election Commission on Monday show.