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'We won’t stand by and watch,' Toby Bozzuto tells workers amid unrest

An appeal to level the playing field with more opportunity for the "historically oppressed" was made amid this week's unrest by one of Maryland's top developers. Toby Bozzuto, CEO of the Greenbelt-…
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What Dick's Sports Goods' latest earnings report means for Under Armour

Dick's said it is seeing demand grow in footwear, apparel and golf — all positive signs for Under Armour.
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Proposed subdivision would double population of this tiny Cecil County town

The housing development is the latest plan for growth in the rural county that abuts the Delaware state line.
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8 things you need to know this morning

Good morning Baltimore! Today will be cloudy with temperatures in the mid-70s, and we may see a shower or thunderstorm during the day. Here's what you need to know today. It's primary election d…
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Why some analysts pick Southwest Airlines to recover the quickest

The biggest carrier at BWI has a "remarkably clean" balance sheet compared to competitors, some analyst think.
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Battle for control of a rural Maryland bank escalates to lawsuit, state investigation

The proxy fight between the bank and an activist shareholder continues to escalate heading into the June 11 annual shareholders meeting.
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Turns out, Baltimore's field hospital had a lot more capacity than was needed — so far

The emergency field hospital erected inside the Baltimore Convention Center is equipped to treat 250 coronavirus patients recovering at a time. Five weeks after its opening, it has treated fewer than…
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Arts News From Around The State - June 1, 2020

Click here to view the Arts News From Around The State - June 1, 2020
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Downtown Baltimore merchants express solidarity, caution amid protests

Will Stirling is not thrilled about the out-of-towners stopping by his Water Street all-day breakfast spot, Saturday Morning Cafe, to brag about their plans to sow chaos. This past weekend, a group …
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Masks, online classes could be the norm at Greater Baltimore colleges this fall

Many of Maryland's colleges and universities have laid out initial campus reopening plans, after the coronavirus pandemic forced them to rely nearly exclusively on online learning for the majority of…
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Flying Dog Brewery isn't reopening its tasting room — likely until 2021

It's going to be awhile before you can visit the tasting room of Maryland's largest brewery — likely an entire year. Flying Dog Brewery has made the call to keep the visitor area of its Frederick fa…
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Emergent gets $628M contract for Covid-19 vaccine work

Emergent BioSolutions Inc. has been doubling down on Covid-19 vaccines and treatments. Now, the federal government is betting on the Maryland biotech with an expanded contract valued at up to $628 mi…
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WillScot offers $500M in senior notes ahead of Mobile Mini merger

Willams Scotsman's parent company plans to raise $500 million in a notes offering to pay off debt connected to its pending merger with Mobile Mini Inc. Baltimore-based WillScot Corp. said Monday the…
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Anne Arundel County warehouse breaks ground, starts leasing

The project is located about 10 miles from BWI.
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Greene Turtle CEO says company is 'definitely' looking for new Baltimore location

CEO Geo Concepcion checked in with the BBJ about coronavirus, restaurant closures and what's next.
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