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There were moments when there couldn't have been a dry eye in the room.

KCI, Whiting-Turner and CCBC will work together on an innovative education and workforce development program.

When small businesses support other small businesses, amazing things happen.

It’s easy to be isolated in our own state, but other states’ legislative initiatives could help us see our own future.

With fewer than 100 employees, Brotman Financial Group has demonstrated exemplary dedication to its community in time, talent and treasure.

The people of Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina demonstrate exceptional commitment to the Dorchester County community, and particularly to veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces, persons with disabilities, and persons with mental health needs.

Bank of America recognizes that there are particular barriers to economic success for Maryland’s young people, working families, and returning citizens.

While Metro and the Red Line falter, high-speed seems to get only green lights.

When things got tough for victims of Hurricane Harvey, the W.R. Grace Foundation was the calm after the storm. A donation of $100,000 to relief efforts via the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund provided much-needed assistance.

It’s innovation that drives the future of manufacturing in Maryland for the Volvo Group Trucks.

We heard calls at #MDCCBPCC17 to work together to entice Amazon. USM didn't wait.

When a business conference starts with a session on how to serve the community, you know you’re in for something different.
(Photo: The partners of TouchPoint Baltimore, with MDCC CEO. L to R: Travis Cutler, CEO, BGE; Sarah Hemminger, CEO and Co-Founder, Thread; Tim Regan, CEO, Whiting-Turner Contracting Co.; Christine Ross, President & CEO, Maryland Chamber of Commerce; Joe Jones, Founder & CEO, Center for Urban Families)