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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 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.

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)

Maryland's talent pipeline starts with our students and according to SAT scores for Maryland public school, those students ranked just above the national average last year, according to data released by the College Board.

Diversity in educational research is lacking. But two universities in Maryland have teamed up, ready to rise to the occasion.

In a climate that’s all about having an edge, how do you get competitors to work together toward a greater good?

"It's a wonderful way to recognize the members of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce and the work we do together to help Maryland thrive," Ross said.

Whether it’s a beautiful September day or the aftermath of a hurricane, electrical lineworkers are prepared to maintain the power lines that keep Maryland charged.

Now that students are back to school, professors are already anxious. Will the students learn what the professors hope to teach?

Last week, Seattle-based e-commerce giant Amazon announced a search for a U.S. site for its second headquarters, HQ2. With the prospect of 50,000 new jobs at stake, Baltimore – and Maryland – quickly threw their hats into the ring.

Imagine being able to get from Baltimore to New York City in an hour. No traffic jams, no rail cars, no long lines at airport security. Just you in a comfortable seat, one that happens to be travelling over 300 miles per hour on a Superconducting Magnetic Levitation rail line.

That is the vision of the people at The Northeast Maglev.

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