The Maryland Chamber welcomes Marie Rau to the team as its newest employee. Rau brings with her extensive experience in special events planning and execution.
Maryland’s future workforce is on track. The Maryland Department of Labor strengthens the state’s talent pipeline with the addition of five apprenticeship programs.
It’s no secret that every four years Maryland holds its elections for all statewide offices and many local and county offices.
Thirty years ago, Maria Gomez founded a nonprofit focusing on prenatal and postpartum care with 200 patients and about 10 employees in a basement in Washington, D.C.
Maryland is a state in motion. We have a productive transportation network, educated workforce, and a diverse array of industries.
We laughed when past Chair and CEO of Lockheed Martin Norman Augustine gave us his father’s warning, “When you see a frog on top of a flag pole—he didn’t get there by himself.”
“When the company was founded 20 years ago, it defined a singular, aspirational mission: to protect and enhance life,” said Emergent BioSolutions CEO Daniel J. Abdun-Nabi.
A wise leader listens to the people who clean the office. They hear a lot, they see a lot—they know a lot. They could run the place someday.
Employment Advancement Right Now Maryland, or EARN, is an industry-led workforce development grant program whose aim is to help businesses prepare skilled […]
By Kevin Rudolph (April 25, 2018, ROCKVILLE, Md.) Ninety-five percent of hacks into your organization’s network will happen for two reasons: […]
A 2018 Maryland Business Hall of Fame feature (April 26, 2018–ANNAPOLIS, Md.)–Who plans to work in forestry, helps land men […]
The count is firmer, and the news is good: of the 41 bills we opposed in the 2018 General Assembly […]