David Waldemar Gjerde, a retired Procter & Gamble executive who became a restaurant investor and consultant to his sons, Spike and Charlie, died of a heart attack May 2 at his Cockeysville home. He was 75.
The Baltimore City Council approved Monday a deal that would grant as much as $35 million in tax breaks to Under Armour to support the company's efforts to expand its Tide Point corporate headquarters.
On an afternoon earmarked for those who wore the red, white, and blue in the London Olympics and fans in Ravens' purple, the maroon and black of Towson High School was prevalent at Monday's ceremony to honor Rodgers Forge native Michael Phelps and the rest of Maryland's Olympic and Paralympic athletes.
The Baltimore City Council's land use committee approved a bill Wednesday that would enable sports apparel maker Under Armour to double the size of its Locust Point headquarters, hire hundreds more workers and help retain the city's last corporate headquarters.