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Restaurants innovate to stay afloat

Maryland has 11,000 restaurants with 200,000 employees. Marshall Weston, president and CEO of the Restaurant Association of Maryland, knows what owners of eateries are facing. “We...

SBA expands eligibility for Economic Injury Disaster loans

In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, small business owners can apply for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan advance of up to $10,000. This...

Social Security recipients to get CARES Assistance without filing tax return

According to various news reports, Social Security beneficiaries will automatically receive a $1,200 emergency assistance payment – without having to file a tax return to the...

SECU commits $400K in COVID-19 relief efforts

Linthicum-based SECU, Maryland’s largest state chartered credit union, announced a commitment of up to $200,000 in hardship grants for its members through the SECU MD...

Department of Labor releases tutorial videos

The Maryland Department of Labor’s Division of Unemployment Insurance has posted four new tutorial videos on our website, social media pages, and YouTube to...

During pandemic uncertainty, ‘business leaders need to lead’

In the face of rapidly-changing pandemic response and prevention efforts, business leaders are having to shift to remote operations, cut workers’ hours, or put...

Three weeks into the Coronavirus crisis, what should you do next?

By Ryan Miller | Principal, Critical Functions, LLC | Guest Commentary Twenty-five years ago, just 3,500 feet above downtown Atlanta, the engine quit as my...

Ball to host Virtual Town Hall March 26

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball is hosting a Virtual Town Hall on Thursday, March 26 at 6:30 pm to answer questions and concerns from...

Forward Maryland podcast

Daniel Medinger, The Business Monthly publisher, was the guest on “Forward Maryland” podcast hosted by Bill Woodcock and Jason Booms. The topic was the...

Manufacturers switch gears

To Mike Galiazzo, president of the Regional Manufacturing Institute of Maryland (RMI), the early days of dealing with the coronavirus pandemic were about obtaining...

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