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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.

The Maryland Chamber of Commerce has identified changing the estate tax as one of its priorities for the General Assembly session this year.

Tax credits for the film and cybersecurity industries could expand as part of the legislative session that starts Wednesday.

The Maryland Chamber debuted a new Environmental Conference last month. Launching a new event is never easy, but the conference was a success thanks to the hard work of Katie Maloney of Maloney & Associates and John Quinn of BGE.

Within the next month or so Kathleen T. Snyder expects to present lawmakers with a suggested blueprint for business and economic growth in Maryland. 

Kathleen T. Snyder, the long-term executive of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce, has announced she will retire June 30, 2014. Snyder has served as President/CEO of the statewide chamber since October 1999.

The 2014 General Assembly session begins on January 8. Earlier this week. The Maryland Chamber released the 2014 Business Agenda, which outlines the Chamber’s priorities for the coming year and guides the organization’s advocacy efforts.

The Maryland Competitiveness Coalition held an Economic Summit to bring business leaders from across the state together to build consensus around how we can accelerate job growth and business investment in Maryland.

Tax cuts and growing private-sector jobs in the state are among the Maryland Chamber of Commerce’s top priorities for the General Assembly session that starts in January.

The Maryland Chamber’s Environment Committee held its annual meeting with the Maryland Department of Environment (MDE) to discuss the department’s legislative initiatives for the 2014 General Assembly session, and key environmental issues and initiatives that will impact Maryland businesses.

Last session, the Maryland General Assembly created a new Cybersecurity Investment Incentive Tax Credit, modeled after the successful biotech tax credit program

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