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In 1956 Brice and Shirley Phillips opened their first eastern shore restaurant in Ocean City, Maryland, capitalizing on a surplus of crabs at a Hoopers Island processing plant. Decades later, Phillips Foods' resourcefulness extends to its commitment to sustainability.

Strategic Factory prints stuff. Big stuff. Little stuff. Envelopes. Letters. Brochures. Programs. Signs of all shapes and sizes. Even realistic, if one-dimensional, life-sized cutouts of humans. There’s almost nothing you could want printed that Strategic Factory can’t do. That means literal lots of paper products and ink.

Next week, Gov. Larry Hogan will be spending time in both Paris and London to discuss future business opportunities.

These 'trade missions' are a part of a series of trips taken by Hogan to help support Maryland's international business relations.

If it is important to the community, it is important to Towson University.

As an anchor institution, Towson University is committed to making Greater Baltimore a more vibrant place to work, live and learn by leveraging community partnerships.

How many times have you asked your child to just sit still?

Now, a recent study shows they’re doing too much of it — and Giant Food wants to get them moving.

Agrarian businesses in six counties may be eligible.

Four new members were seated as Nathan Beil of KCI Technologies succeeded Murthy Law Firm Founder & President Sheela Murthy as chair.

From selling fresh lemonade with a spoonful of sugar to teaching private swim lessons that made a big splash, Jennifer Dodson was a natural entrepreneur. As founder and chief creative officer of Adashmore Creative, she capitalized on those early years in “business.”

On the first Tuesday morning of every month, like-minded Maryland entrepreneurs gather in Baltimore in the spirit of community over competition.

With a red carpet, great music, and a vibrant energy, the Maryland Chamber of Commerce inducted three stellar leaders into its Business Hall of Fame Wednesday night.

As president of John Hopkins HealthCare LLC, senior vice president of Managed Care and Population Health for John Hopkins Medicine, and senior counsel for the John Hopkins Health System, Patricia M.C. Brown is doing it all—and then some.

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