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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.

As a first-generation college graduate with eight brothers and sisters, Dukes is able to see herself in the students she serves – students who have dreams, but are not quite sure how to fulfill them. 

AT&T is about connections. Its partnership with Junior Achievement is making more of them than anyone could have imagined.

The telecommunications giant is $250 million into a $350 million commitment to its Aspire Mentoring Program, which works through Junior Achievement to reach thousands of students across the country.

They say great opportunities don’t come every day—but for University of Maryland-University College students and alumni, those opportunities happen more often than most.

With over 200,000 alumni worldwide and a wealth of experience in a variety of careers, UMUC wanted to engage this network with new entrepreneurs and graduating students.

When your first job is as an Army officer, you bring a certain flavor to your leadership. That works out perfectly for a man who winds up at the helm of one of the world’s most successful food companies.

A new University of Maryland–Baltimore program is helping West Baltimore students tap into their potential.

Launched in October 2015, the UMB CURE Scholars Program is the first middle school program of its kind.

Ten years ago, a friend asked Chesapeake Urology President and CEO Dr. Sanford Siegel, “What are you going to do to help the people of the inner city?”

Maryland lost thousands of private sector jobs last month, even though public sector jobs increased.

The 2017 General Assembly legislative session is now history, but its effects will show up in the months to come. Some of the bills will be very hard on business, but we defeated others that would have been damaging and supported several that will help create jobs. Take a look below at a summary of the 10 biggest bills we advocated on this session.

The first of several mobile jobs centers Mayor Catherine Pugh talked about on the campaign trail will open today at Mondawmin Mall.