Mid-Atlantic CEOs, from Baltimore to Richmond, are putting together a new organization - the Greater Washington Partnership - aimed at stimulating economic growth in the region spanning Baltimore to Washington to Richmond.
The Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore was named the most productive port in the U.S. for the third straight time, according to independent analysis by the Journal of Commerce. Baltimore was also named the most productive port in the nation for the first six months of 2015 and the entire year of 2014.
BREAKING NEWS: Gov. Larry Hogan has proposed a plan for mandatory paid leave affecting businesses with 50 or more employees.
Carroll County and Howard County were announced as two of the 20 new communities that joined the President’s TechHire initiative on December 1st.
Maryland economy good for IT, tech jobs
The Maryland Chamber of Commerce is pleased to offer three new and exciting paid internship opportunities for the coming semester (January – May 2017).
The Maryland Chamber of Commerce is pleased to welcome Christine Collins as its Senior Director of Strategic Communication. Collins joins the Maryland Chamber after having served as Senior Communications Manager at Towson University since April 2013.
In just seven years, shopping "small" on the Saturday after Thanksgiving has become nearly as ingrained in the American psyche as heading to the chain stores or mall for Black Friday sales.
Entrepreneurs have been having trouble figuring out how to apply for funds from Maryland Technology Development Corp. And now TEDCO is trying to fix the problem.
Morgan Stanley said Thursday it plans to deepen its presence in Baltimore, hiring 800 more people over the next four years and opening a second office downtown.