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  • What will the St. Petersburg G-20 summit be remembered for?

    What will the St. Petersburg G-20 summit be remembered for?
    ST. PETERSBURG, Russia -- There's been a lot of passionate talk and chatter here among G-20 leaders, but it seems to have been mostly about the conflict in Syria and whether they were willing to back President Obama's call for a military strike on the...
  • G-20 leaders agree on remedies for global economy

    ST. PETERSBURG, Russia — After two days of summit meetings here, President Obama and other world leaders signed a lengthy declaration of prescriptions for the global economy, including pledges that placed a renewed emphasis on creating jobs as...
  • Orlando couple win $3.1M award from Citigroup Global

    Orlando couple win $3.1M award from Citigroup Global
    Federal arbitrators have awarded $3.1 million to an Orlando couple who accused Citigroup Global Markets Inc. and a former local broker of misconduct in steering them into ill-fated real-estate investments with a prominent politician, Lawton "Bud" Chiles...
  • A push for more exports from the Baltimore region

    A push for more exports from the Baltimore region
    Glen Burnie food products company Allied International Corp. might have a global-infused name, but it sold nothing outside the country before 2008. Now it exports to 45 countries, accounting for nearly 20 percent of the small firm's revenue. This is...
  • Productivity at U.S. companies grows at slower pace

    At the end of the production line at the World's Finest Chocolate factory on Chicago's Southwest Side, workers must pack 115 large boxes with smaller cases of chocolate-covered cherries every hour or Audra Lee records the slippage on a board with a red...
  • Explore the world's limits via Google's John Hanke

    When Silicon Valley wizard John Hanke developed Google Earth a little more than a decade ago, he put advanced, interactive mapping technology in the hands of consumers. It was a major breakthrough, but Hanke has moved on since then. As director of...
  • Understanding the deep roots of entitlement woes

    Understanding the deep roots of entitlement woes
    Former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s Sunday columns are usually thought-provoking, but not always in the way he intended. His latest opinion piece laments the vastly expanded entitlement economy — what he calls "a European-style welfare state" ("...
  • Morgan looks beyond Baltimore

    Morgan looks beyond Baltimore
    Nearly 820,000 international students — a national record — studied at universities in the United States during the 2012-2013 academic year, according to a report released this month by the Institute for International Education. At Morgan...
  • Panama Canal expansion draws delegates from U.S. seaport states

    PANAMA CANAL ZONE — After waiting out an early-afternoon downpour, Vice President Joe Biden and the U.S. delegation emerged into the humid heat to tour the $5.2-billion canal expansion. Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake snapped pictures...
  • Media executives predict growth and mergers in 2014

    Media executives predict growth and mergers in 2014
    The improving global economy has given media executives confidence for fiscal improvement in 2014 -- a year that could be punctuated by mergers and acquisitions in the media and entertainment sectors, according to a new report. Consulting firm Ernst &...
  • World Bank chief says Fed can reduce taper risk with communication

    World Bank chief says Fed can reduce taper risk with communication
    WASHINGTON -- Clear communication from Federal Reserve officials could reduce the risk to developing economies when the central bank starts reducing a key stimulus program, the head of the World Bank said. Developing nations saw their borrowing costs...