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CEO Kevin Plank and other Under Armour executives are expected to give updates on long-term strategy, financial outlook and key initiatives at the company's investor... [Read More]
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The executives left last week after the company found problems in the sports marketing department's spending at events, nights out and on gifts to athletes,... [Read More]
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The pastor of an East Baltimore church invited President Donald Trump for what will be his first visit to the city on Wednesday, hoping to... [Read More]
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Two new shops will open at The Shops at Kenilworth in Towson. [Read More]
Employees with mental illness can ask for help at work but have a right to privacy, under the ADA... [Read More]
Rite Aid Corp. moved into its Aberdeen distribution center off Perryman Road in 2011, part of a complex with many other large warehouse and distribution... [Read More]
Under Armour will lay off 400 workers globally by March 31, the Baltimore-based sports apparel maker said Thursday. The sports brand described the cut... [Read More]
Under Armour plans to slash its global workforce by 400 workers by early next year, a move the Baltimore-based brand said is necessary as it... [Read More]
A bakery business with Washington roots has acquired the former Goldman's Kosher Bakery site in Northwest Baltimore. Baked in Baltimore will open Saturday at... [Read More]
Under Armour could be hurt short-term by the Trump administration's latest round of tariffs on Chinese goods, one analyst said Tuesday. But the 10... [Read More]
The Botanist, at 7175 Security Boulevard, will serve as the flagship site for a retail brand that owner Acreage Holdings plans to expand to 40... [Read More]
The Botanist, the first store in a planned national retail chain dispensing medical marijuana, opened Monday in Woodlawn. The store at 7175 Security Boulevard... [Read More]
Lutherville-based Baltimore Coffee and Tea Co. roasts 125 varieties of coffee and 135 varieties of tea. Until now, none of the coffee contained broccoli. [Read More]
Tony Brandon, who has headed Baltimore public radio station WYPR for 16 years, plans to retire at the end of June, the station announced Thursday.... [Read More]
Controversy is brewing along with beer at Union Craft Brewing, which plans to close its tap room to children after 6 p.m., a decision that... [Read More]
Paul Schroeder strode through the aisles at Wegmans in Columbia, tapping a walking cane in front of him and reaching for the iPhone in his... [Read More]
As inevitable as a Hurricane Florence landfall in the Carolinas appears, the storm's meandering path beyond that — and the foot or two of rain it... [Read More]
Jerry Schmidt normally works from his office at BGE's main supply warehouse in Windsor Mill, but Tuesday, just days before Hurricane Florence is expected to... [Read More]
Under Armour athlete Misty Copeland launched a fall line in her apparel collection. [Read More]
Facet Wealth, a Baltimore-based financial services startup, has attracted a $33 million investment led by a New York-based venture capital firm. Facet says it... [Read More]
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