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  • T. Rowe to outsource 220 jobs

    T. Rowe to outsource 220 jobs
    T. Rowe Price Group announced Tuesday it would outsource 220 mutual fund accounting and record-keeping jobs to New York City-based financial firm BNY Mellon this summer. The Baltimore-based money management firm said the employees would be laid off, then...
  • Residents speak out on property tax break

    Residents speak out on property tax break
    If you get a phone call this week, it may be from County Executive Steve Schuh. Schuh is campaigning to get his proposed 3-percent property tax rate cut passed by the County Council — passing out fliers, making Facebook posts and recording phone...
  • Our say: Council faces tough decision on tax cut

    Our say: Council faces tough decision on tax cut
    Steve Schuh, Republican, made a 3 percent cut in the property tax rate a centerpiece of his successful campaign for county executive last year, and after taking office repeatedly said it would be part of his first budget. Now it's up to the County...
  • County Council could blunt Schuh's tax cut

    County Council could blunt Schuh's tax cut
    On the surface, County Executive Steve Schuh's first budget proposal seems like a slam dunk for residents. Two new libraries, a new school, police radio upgrades, bike lanes — all while implementing his key campaign promise, a property tax rate...
  • Enrollment Drop No Guarantee Of Savings

    Enrollment Drop No Guarantee Of Savings
    School finances seem like such a simple thing. A school system, for example, has a per-pupil expenditure of $16,000. The system experiences a decline in enrollment of 50 students. So, for each of those departed 50 students who no longer use district...
  • Second round of layoffs hits 59 city school workers

    Second round of layoffs hits 59 city school workers
    Fifty-nine Baltimore city school employees received layoff notices Friday in a second round of cutbacks imposed by the school district this week. The move brings the number of layoffs to more than 200 — about 100 more than city schools CEO...
  • Hartford School Board Adopts $429.3M Budget That Cuts Jobs

    Hartford School Board Adopts $429.3M Budget That Cuts Jobs
    HARTFORD — After settling a funding dispute with the city, the school board adopted a $429.3 million education budget Thursday night that eliminates 78 positions from the school system. Superintendent Beth Schiavino-Narvaez said that her first...
  • JPMorgan to lay off 5,000 employees across firm: WSJ

    JPMorgan to lay off 5,000 employees across firm: WSJ
    JPMorgan Chase & Co. will cut about 5,000 jobs over the next year, as the bank closes branches and slims down its operations, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday, citing anonymous sources. A representative for the New York bank declined to comment....
  • BMO Financial thinning management in cost cutting

    BMO Financial thinning management in cost cutting
    BMO Financial Group, the Canadian owner of Chicago's second-biggest bank, is in cost-cutting mode that will include "things like thinning out the management ranks," it told analysts Wednesday. "We're keeping a close check on expense growth," Chief...
  • Rand Paul in Chicago: Crime 'not a racial thing, it is a spiritual problem'

    Rand Paul in Chicago: Crime 'not a racial thing, it is a spiritual problem'
    Kentucky U.S. Sen. Rand Paul brought his presidential campaign to Chicago on Wednesday, appealing to African-Americans on the South Side, entrepreneurs downtown and Republicans in the suburbs. On a stage set up on a blacktop parking lot in front of an...
  • Letters: St. Mary's, traffic; Schuh, libraries; Poor taste

    Letters: St. Mary's, traffic; Schuh, libraries; Poor taste
    St. Mary's, traffic In response to the letter from Mary Ann Treger and Terry Cassidy (The Capital, May 23), I just wanted to write and point out the misleading statement regarding "mothers" apparently shutting down the downtown area and trapping...