Prominent Maryland Businessman & Philanthropist Dies At 95A Baltimore businessman and philanthropist has died.
Businessman Charles Lollar To Run For GovernorCharles Lollar, a Charles County businessman who described himself as tea party candidate when he ran for Congress in 2010, is planning to seek the Republican nomination for governor in Maryland.
Pa. Man Pleads Guilty In D.C. Campaign Finance ProbeA Philadelphia businessman admitted Monday that he was reimbursed for at least $132,600 in political contributions, the most recent plea to result from a widening campaign finance scandal involving a Washington accounting firm.
Aide To 2010 Gray Bid Admits 'Shadow Campaign' District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray was elected in 2010 with the aid of $650,000 in illicit funds from a district businessman, a Gray campaign consultant acknowledged in federal court Tuesday.
Maryland Man Sentenced In Miss. Tire SwindleA Maryland businessman has been ordered to pay back $6.89 million and serve 40 months in federal prison after pleading guilty in an embezzlement scheme.
Aruba Orders Release Of Gaithersburg Man Suspected In DeathDrama in Aruba as a judge rules police must release Gary Giordano-- the prime suspect in the disappearance of his lover.
Md. Man Gets Another 30 Days In Aruba Tourist CaseA judge in Aruba has ruled that a Gaithersburg businessman will be held at least 30 more days as a suspect in the presumed death of his travel companion.
Businessman Changing Downtown FrederickThe potential in downtown Frederick and the challenge of turning an industrial area into a shopping mecca brought a young Texan to the city nearly 40 years ago.
U.S. Says Maryland Man Pleads Guilty In Export CaseFederal prosecutors say that a Maryland businessman has pleaded guilty to conspiring to export to Pakistan materials and equipment that can be used in nuclear reactors.
Businessman Gets 21 Months In Md. Bribe CaseAn Indiana businessman has been sentenced to 21 years in federal prison for bribing a geologist in return for excavation and rock-hauling contracts at a Maryland quarry.
D.C. Gas Station Denies Price-Gouging AccusationA businessman who owns nearly half of all gas stations in the District of Columbia is defending himself against an anti-trust probe.