Researchers Say There Is No Proof That Johns Hopkins Owned SlavesThe long-standing claims that Johns Hopkins was a staunch abolitionist were shattered last December when JHU announced that it had strong evidence that its founder owned slaves. However, a group of researchers shared new evidence that proves he did not.
Teaching Experience Earns Baltimore Entrepreneur Continued Success“Communication skills are very important, and having an education shows people that you are a hardworking, committed, persevering person. Respect is crucial. I run my business like a team. No one works for me; everyone works with me," says Guy Pritzker.
Baltimore Start Up Designs New App To Connect Like Minded PeopleIt is estimated there will be about 182 million smartphone users here in the U.S. this year, making the market for applications a competitive and lucrative business.
Professional Organizing Team Helps The Chronically Disorganized In BaltimoreFor those struggling with issues relating to chronic disorganization, sometimes commonly called hoarding, two organizations now provide online resources and guidance for those wanting help.
Tech Entrepreneur Shakes Up The Product Warranty Business In BaltimoreThe Wall Street Journal reported over three years ago that the extended warranties business was estimated to be $30 billion a year.
Baltimore Consultant Uses CPA To Help Struggling BusinessesManagement consultants are typically utilized by private or public companies, nonprofits or governmental agencies to make recommendations regarding some key aspect of the business.
GoDaddy Founder Helps Fund U-Baltimore Vet CenterThe founder of the online company GoDaddy is helping to fund legal and mental health services for veterans at the University of Baltimore.
Brice Phillips, Founder Of Phillips Seafood, DiesBrice Phillips, founder of Phillips Seafood, a restaurant chain that expanded from a single crab house to 19 restaurants and retail products, has died.