Obama Wants To Be An NBA Owner After PresidencySo what's next for President Barack Obama after he leaves the White House in January? Well, his love of basketball might be put to good use, according to press secretary Josh Earnest.
Documents Show Aggressive Sales Tactics At Trump UniversityTrump University gave employees detailed instructions on how to entice people to enroll in its real estate seminars, from targeting people making at least $90,000 a year and choosing words of flattery that are most persuasive to picking music for the gatherings — The O'Jays' "For the Love of Money.
Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders Win West Virginia Primaries Donald Trump has delivered on a promised blowout win in the heart of Appalachian coal country, even drawing symbolic support from West Virginians who can't vote for him until November.
Sanders' West Virginia Win Makes Up Little Ground On ClintonWhite House dreams fading, Bernie Sanders added another state to his tally against Hillary Clinton with a win in West Virginia on Tuesday — a victory that will do little to slow the former secretary of state's steady march toward the Democratic presidential nomination.
Shaken Trump Foes Face Diminished Options At GOP ConventionStill shaken by Donald Trump's triumph, Republican and conservative foes of the billionaire can still cause headaches for the party's presumptive presidential nominee at this summer's GOP convention. But their options are shrinking by the day.
Cruz Hits At Trump As Indiana Votes, Calling Rival 'Amoral' Republican Ted Cruz launched a blistering attack on rival Donald Trump as voters cast ballots in Indiana on Tuesday, calling him "amoral" and likening him to a fictitious character he described as "a braggadocios, arrogant buffoon."
Clinton Raises $26M in April For Primary BidDemocratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton raised about $26 million in April for her primary race against Bernie Sanders, her campaign said, as her rival's fundraising juggernaut slowed.
CEO Of Baltimore Technology Business Regularly Serves Multiple Roles“The best part of my job is not knowing what is going to happen or what might be needed from me on any given day. Over the years, I’ve learned to change course quickly in order to adapt to unexpected situations. Good or bad, it’s always exciting," says Ron Baddock.
A Career In Awards Has Rewards For Baltimore Executive“I believe education is vital and would encourage anyone to get a college degree. I believe having a degree shows a potential employer you have the ability to start a project and finish it," says Amanda Gianotti.
Technology Advisor Equips Executives With Essential Industry Knowledge"Our goal at Hartman is to bring independent, strategic thinking about technology to our clients and help them integrate the necessary tools, systems and resources into their overall business strategy," says Dave Hartman.
Ben Carson Surging In Polls; Former Gov. O'Malley Barely RegisteringA CBS/New York Times poll puts Maryland's Ben Carson within striking distance of Republican frontrunner Donald Trump and shows former governor Martin O'Malley barely registering.
Baltimore CEO Leads Family Business After Years Of Practicing Law“My law background has certainly instilled a way of thinking that complemented the knowledge and industry experience of my other family members," says Paul Saval.