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Is Maryland ready for the sports betting game?

West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Delaware have voted sports gaming into law. Maryland, the District of Columbia and Virginia have not. Those last three facts will be...

Women startups struggle for funds- Venture capital flows to men, TEDCO wants change

An entrepreneur with a great idea for a business often needs start-up funds. Finding venture capital is essential, especially as small businesses begin to...

READY? ACTION! Movie industry makes a comeback with state incentives

When independent filmmaker Wayne Shipley shot his first two westerns several years ago – One-Eyed Horse and Day of the Gun – on and...

Regent Healthcare Acquires Loving Touch

Odenton-based Regent Healthcare, which bills itself as the largest, non-franchised Home Care Agency in central Maryland, has completed the acquisition of Loving Touch Home...

Businesses invest in English skills

Howard Community College offers customized programs Area businesses are investing in English language skills for their workers, giving them better on-the-job performance in the short-term...

MRP, Clarion acquire 11 acres in Jessup

MRP Industrial, a commercial real estate development and investment company headquartered in Baltimore, and investment partner Clarion Partners, has announced the acquisition of an...

REMAKING
 DOWNTOWN
 COLUMBIA–Gregg Fitchitt at the helm for redevelopment

Parents of philosophy majors, take heart: a philosophy major not only got a job, he got the top job. Greg Fitchitt, the newly appointed Regional...

Aldridge Acquires Chesapeake Electrical Systems

Evergreen Advisors Capital, a middle-market investment bank based in Columbia, has announced that Chesapeake Electrical Systems has been acquired by Illinois-based Aldridge Electric. Evergreen...

SEXUAL HARASSMENT–What will it cost your business this year?

Sexual harassment prevention in the workplace has been getting a lot of attention – both in the news and in business. After offering training on...

Old Ellicott City Gets Ready to Change

Kittleman, Weinstein Champion Flood Mitigation Plan Legislation filed by Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman (R) and Ellicott City Councilman Jon Weinstein (D) aims to take...

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