Superstorm Sandy has left her mark across the state — from snow-covered hills in Garrett County to decimated piers in Ocean City and flooded basements everywhere in between — but she also made waves in the business community, where the ripple effects are still noticeable.
Many Maryland businesses will see their unemployment insurance rates drop by more than half next year, because the state’s trust fund for the payments has a much stronger balance compared to last year, state officials announced Monday.
The Orioles will host the New York Yankees in their first playoff series. O’s fans are still celebrating Friday night’s big win over the Rangers, but the team has its sights set on the next showdown.
A nail-polish line owned by Revlon has warned Maryland regulators that it plans to close its facility in Beltsville and lay off 117 people.
Apple fans are swarming stores around the world, including here in Maryland, to get their hands on the new iPhone 5. Sales of the smartphone could have a major ripple effect on the economy.
“I’m a winner! It’s gonna be me!” That’s Raj Williams, CEO of the consulting company Green Sensitive Design, who just finished pitching her business growth plan at an event for startup entrepreneurs at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
Weeks after the train derailment in historic Ellicott City, the town is struggling to recover. Many businesses took a huge financial hit.
Frederick County is giving $100,000 to help Wells Fargo expand in the area, saying the company has many jobs.
A drive-thru window is not what most people expect when getting help with their vehicle tags and titles. But that’s what you get at Mid Maryland Tag & Title in Frederick.
A Maryland agency has announced the opening of the state’s first trade office in Africa.
Deadly derailment. Historic Ellicott City shut down after more than a dozen coal cars go off the tracks, killing two young women.The impact is really a one, two punch in town: the emotional shock and the financial hit to businesses.
While there were plenty of fans in the stands at last year’s Grand Prix, some nearby attractions and businesses saw fewer customers come through the door.