Coronavirus Latest: Under Armour Laying Off Hundreds, Cutting Leaders' PayUnder Armour will lay off hundreds of workers nationwide due to the coronavirus, the company said Friday.
Coronavirus Pandemic Leave You Unemployed? Here's How Marylanders Can Get HelpAny Marylander who's without work due to the coronavirus epidemic can immediately apply for unemployment benefits, even if their business closed only temporarily.
GM To Start Laying Off 4,000 Salaried Workers Monday; Baltimore County Plant Still Closing In AprilLayoffs for about 4,000 salaried staff at General Motors are due to start Monday -- a previously announced move that comes just as President Donald Trump prepares to trumpet American manufacturing at next week's State of the Union address.
City Schools Staff Learn Who's Getting Pink SlipPink slips are going out to staff at some Baltimore City schools today.
Jos. A. Bank Laying Off 122 After Men's Wearhouse MergerRetailer Jos. A. Bank Clothiers says it's laying off 122 workers at its Hampstead headquarters nearly one year after announcing its acquisition by Men's Wearhouse.
UMUC Announces Layoffs Amid Declining Enrollment NumbersThe University of Maryland University College announces another round of layoffs amid declining enrollment numbers.
Severna Park Manufacturing Company Lays Off 500 Workers WorldwideA Severna Park manufacturing company is laying off 500 workers worldwide.
Frederick Hospital To Lay Off EmployeesFrederick Memorial Hospital is laying off employees as it deals with shrinking revenues, in part because it's admitting fewer patients.
Newseum Confirms 16 Layoffs In Restructuring StaffThe Newseum in Washington is laying off staff members at the museum about journalism and the First Amendment for the fourth time since its reopening in 2008, eliminating 16 positions this week.
Defense Contractor Cutting 25 Jobs In FrederickState officials say a national security contractor is cutting 25 jobs in Frederick.
Revlon Nail Polish Line To Lay Off 117 In Md.A nail-polish line owned by Revlon has warned Maryland regulators that it plans to close its facility in Beltsville and lay off 117 people.