They’re part of a legendary performing arts group, and they’re here in Baltimore. Members of the Joffrey Ballet are not only on stage at the Lyric, they’re also giving a master class to some lucky area students.
The company that handled a background check on National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden allegedly defrauded the government by submitting at least 665,000 investigations that had not been properly completed, and then tried to cover it up when the government suspected what was going on.
Federal officials filed a formal complaint Wednesday charging that Wal-Mart violated the rights of workers who took part in protests and strikes against the company.
GM CEO Dan Akerson says we’re coming close to the day when a woman will be the chief executive at one of America’s major carmakers.
When Barry Laws started the Pocomoke River Canoe Co. 30 years ago on the banks of the Pocomoke River, he didn’t have a kayak in his fleet. Canoes were the only way to paddle up and down the scenic waterway.
Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne says government efforts on clean cars should be technology neutral.
The Harford County Sheriff’s Office says a deputy has been charged with giving a repossession towing company privileged information from a crime database.
U.S. lawmakers met with President Raul Castro and other senior Cuban officials Tuesday and were told they would be given access to an American imprisoned in Havana. The State Department said the legislators would push for his release.
The energy company Dominion Resources is suing the Maryland Department of the Environment over a decision blocking construction of a natural gas compressor station in Myersville.
A Maryland-based company and the U.S. government are asking a judge to dismiss a $60 million lawsuit filed by an American imprisoned in Cuba that accuses both of failing to adequately prepare him for work in that country.
Gov. Martin O’Malley announced Tuesday that Protenergy Natural Foods plans to add up to 100 new full-time jobs by April 2013 and hiring another 27 employees over the next five years.
A Nashville court has issued a temporary restraining order against a Franklin-based hormone replacement therapy company after the state attorney general filed a lawsuit for making unsubstantiated health claims and failing to advise patients of potential side effects.