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  • Tech companies set to graduate from Center for Entrepreneurship in Columbia

    Tech companies set to graduate from Center for Entrepreneurship in Columbia
    Paul Capriolo and the crew at Social Growth Technologies are looking forward to graduation, having spent years getting ready for the world outside this one-story beige building in Columbia. The Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship is not a school, but...
  • Farmers Markets: State bill would bring big changes

    Farmers Markets: State bill would bring big changes
    A bill recently introduced in the California Assembly, AB 996, would substantially change the operations and governance of the state's certified farmers markets, strengthening some enforcement provisions and weakening others. The bill would renew...
  • Andy Spade is old-school cool

    Andy Spade is old-school cool
    The early years of Andy Spade's influence on the fashion world are well-documented: In 1993, he helped launch the Kate Spade handbag line with his future wife (the eponymous Kate). That was followed in 1996 by the Jack Spade line of utilitarian men's...
  • Real estate agents pounding pavement for listings

    Real estate agents pounding pavement for listings
    Every few weeks, real estate agent Roger Palmieri pulls a well-worn New York Yankees baseball cap onto his head, changes out of his shirt and tie and goes on a little neighborhood stroll. He walks up one side of the street and down the other, most of...
  • CTA banking on extra Ventra cash

    CTA banking on extra Ventra cash
    The CTA will receive a cash infusion of at least a half-million dollars a year that won't come from the farebox, and some of it will be paid by customers who are hit by fees from the new Ventra prepaid debit card. The transit agency's Ventra fare system...
  • Five questions with ... John Kennedy

    Five questions with ... John Kennedy
    Helping companies save money on postage can bring in the big bucks. Baltimore-based Three Dog Logistics picks up mail from clients with high volumes, "commingles" it with other client mail going to the same ZIP code and delivers it closer to the end...
  • Geography: Mapping the future with Esri

    Jack Dangermond started his working life at his parents' plant nursery in Redlands. Now, Forbes says, he's a billionaire. Dangermond is founder and president of Esri, one of the world's leading geographic information systems companies. In 2010, he won...
  • John Allan: Always on cue

    John Allan: Always on cue
    After a quarter-century spent raising the bar on the men's grooming experience — opening a handful of just-for-the-guys salons coast-to-coast and launching an eponymous line of men's hair- and skincare products — John Allan is going...
  • Concert update: New shows by Hank Williams Jr, Phoenix and Sigur Ros

    Concert update: New shows by Hank Williams Jr, Phoenix and Sigur Ros
    It was a busy morning for concert announcements. The nTelos Wireless Pavilion in Portsmouth unveiled details of shows by Phoenix (Aug. 30) and Hank Williams Jr. (Aug. 31.) Also, the Icelandic band Sigur Ros will play Norfolk on Sept. 24. The Sigur Ros...
  • Supreme Court orders new hearing for California raisin farmers

    Supreme Court orders new hearing for California raisin farmers
    WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court opened the door Monday for California raisin growers to challenge the constitutionality of a Depression-era farming law that requires them to keep part of their annual crop off the market. In a 9-0 ruling, the...
  • California high court ruling gives growers a raisin to believe

    California high court ruling gives growers a raisin to believe
    The Supreme Court on Monday gave a California raisin-growing couple another chance to defend their claim that the government violated their constitutional rights by fining them after they refused to obey Depression-era crop mandates. In a unanimous...