City Council Approves $660 Million Port Covington DealBaltimore City council approved the hotly contested $660 million deal to develop Port Covington on Monday evening. The deal passed with only one council member voting "no" and two abstaining, the rest approving the development.
President Obama Tees Off With Under Armour's Kevin PlankPresident Obama was back on the green in Baltimore County this weekend with a familiar golf partner.
Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank Wants Public Financing for Port Covington ProjectUnder Armour CEO Kevin Plank wrote a letter to the City asking for public financing for the massive redevelopment project in Port Covington.
Under Armour Founder To Take Over Baltimore Water TaxisUnder Armour CEO Kevin Plank is getting into the boating industry.
Hundreds Pack City Council Hearing On Port Covington ProjectHundreds packed it in for a City Council hearing on the Port Covington development project.
Baltimore Alliance Voice Concerns About Port Covington ProjectThe $5.5-billion Port Covington Project headed up by Under Armour’s Kevin Plank is expected to fuel economic growth in the city, but an alliance of community groups are worried that they will be shortchanged.
City Planners To Decide If Port Covington Goes ForwardOne of the most ambitious development projects in Baltimore history is facing a crucial vote by city planners.
Under Armour CEO Is Now In The Whiskey BusinessUnder Armour founder and CEO Kevin Plank is dipping a sneaker-clad toe into the world of whiskey.
Wednesday, May 18, 2016Sagamore Spirit’s Straight Rye Whiskey hit the shelves this month.
$2.4M Makeover Slated for Western District Police StationBusiness leaders are hoping a $2.4 million makeover will improve Baltimore's Western District Police Station.
Forbes Ranks Under Armour CEO, Ravens Owner Among 400 Richest AmericansUnder Armour Inc. CEO and Ravens owner once again make Forbes’ list of the 400 richest Americans, released Monday. So who’s worth more?
Former Mayor Williams Joins DC Olympic GroupFormer District of Columbia mayor Anthony Williams and former NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue are among the leaders of a group vying to bring the Olympics to Washington in 2024.