Middle River Aerostructure Systems, sprung from the Glen L. Martin Co. and one of the region's larger employers, was sold this month to a Singapore firm and expects to make new and different parts for airplane engines.
The Houston Astros rebuild that Mike Elias was a part of worked partly because of the continuity in personnel their general manager, Jeff Luhnow, brought from the Cardinals. Who from Houston could help replicate that for Elias in Baltimore?
Norman R. Augustine, one of the most successful CEOs in Maryland history and an engineer who served as undersecretary of the U.S. Army, rose through the ranks to head Martin Marietta and then oversee its “merger of equals” to become Lockheed Martin.
John W. Riggin Jr., a retired Bel Air artist who designed the logo and packaging for Hershey’s Mr. Goodbar, died of complications from a stroke at the Household of Angels Assisted Living Community in Severna Park on Nov. 28. He was 89.
Lockheed Martin demonstrated its F-35 Lighting II stealth fighter jet, Textron Systems introduced a next generation warfighting drone and Gov. Larry Hogan led a trade mission of eight smaller Maryland firms to the Paris Air Show, which started Monday.
While many Americans may not be concerned with how their DirecTV or XM satellite radio makes it to their home or car, this is the daily burden of engineers and technicians at Saft, a company in Cockeysville that develops some of the nation's most high-tech batteries for use in communications satellites, weather balloons, rocket ships, military Humvees and tanks and even Formula One race cars
Numerous businesses is Maryland's growing cybersecurity industry were founded by former government workers or government contractors and count such workers among their current and prospective employees. The state's proximity to the federal government and its concentration of federal workers, especially those working in intelligence, security or defense roles, has created a unique pipeline for cybersecurity companies.
President Donald Trump unveiled a budget Thursday that calls for eliminating spending on the Chesapeake Bay, reducing medical research and slashing the federal workforce to levels not seen in decades — part of an effort to force a historic resizing of the government he now leads.
The impulse to rely on individual deals runs deep in the new administration; after all that's how Messrs. Trump, Mnuchin and Ross made their fortunes. As businessmen, they were great at exploiting the system; including controversial records of lobbying for protection and outsourcing jobs. Now they must try their hands at accomplishing radical systemic reform and need cooperation from Congress and foreign governments, where leaders have ideas of their ow.
Baltimore native Stephanie Hill, a vice president at Lockheed Martin and chair of the Greater Baltimore Committee, has been named to the board of the S&P Global financial information and analytics firm.
Defense contractors in Maryland are optimistic that a long spell of tightened federal budgets that winnowed their bottom lines is nearing an end — a hope that some executives say has been boosted by the election of Donald Trump.
For years, Maryland's apprenticeship programs have been limited to trade workers in industries such as plumbing, electric and construction. Now, apprenticeships are open to people seeking professions in technology-based fields.
The cab of the military truck still had a new-car smell. It was one of a handful of Joint Light Tactical Vehicles that the Army recently started testing at Aberdeen Proving Ground as the military works on the successor to the long-serving Humvee.
While the Maryland General Assembly's presiding officers rely on staff to read and respond to email on their state accounts, Gov. Larry Hogan is in the driver's seat of his. The 59-year-old Republican is blunt with his staffers when it comes to defending his administration and protecting his image.
From the cockpit of her A-10, Maryland Air National Guard Capt. Katherine Conrad watched as Kurdish fighters in eastern Iraq battled to retake territory that had been overrun by the self-declared Islamic State.
John P. Stronski, a decorated World War II veteran whose career in finance at Lockheed Martin spanned more than four decades, died Wednesday of complications form dementia at Oak Crest Village. He was 94.
Politicians say the darndest things. Almost all of them, and a lot of people who believe them, apparently think that our military is being dismantled, that it is weak, and that we are in danger. I find it hard to believe. Here are some numbers that contradict this popular, political, punditry.