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  • STX goes global, expands into ice hockey

    STX goes global, expands into ice hockey
    Athletes associate STX with lacrosse, but the Baltimore-based brand began appearing last month in stores on ice hockey sticks and plans to launch a line of men's field hockey sticks in the United Kingdom. For the 44-year-old inventor of the modern...
  • Allergan co-founder speaks out against Valeant takeover

    The board and chief executive of Irvine takeover target Allergan Inc. heard a voice from the past Tuesday at the company's annual meeting of shareholders. Gavin S. Herbert, Allergan's co-founder and former chairman, urged the company's directors to...
  • Most of Allergan's 1,500 job cuts will be in Southern California

    Most of Allergan's 1,500 job cuts will be in Southern California
    Most of the 1,500 job cuts that Botox maker Allergan Inc. announced Monday morning will be made in Southern California, the company’s chief executive said. Allergan plans to eliminate 650 research and development jobs, the bulk of them at its...
  • Allergan employees, Irvine officials worried over Valeant offer

    Allergan employees, Irvine officials worried over Valeant offer
    Wall Street sharks are not the only ones keeping a close watch on the contentious battle for control of Allergan Inc., the Irvine company that makes Botox. So are thousands of the company's scientists and researchers, many of whose jobs may be at risk....
  • Robert B. Reich: The increasing irrelevance of corporate nationality

    "You shouldn't get to call yourself an American company only when you want a handout from the American taxpayers," President Obama said last week. He was referring to American corporations now busily acquiring foreign companies in order to become non-...
  • Holly Jivin is new chef at the Bazaar by Jose Andres

    Holly Jivin is new chef at the Bazaar by Jose Andres
    There's a new chef at the Bazaar by José Andrés, the new-fashioned tapas restaurant in the SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills. Holly Jivin succeeds Joshua Whigham as chef de cuisine. Whigham is returning to Washington, D.C., as a research and development chef...
  • GM comes closest to being truly 'American-made'; Toyota ranks high

    GM comes closest to being truly 'American-made'; Toyota ranks high
    What automotive brands and models come closest to the claim that they are American made? The American University's Kogod School of Business analyzed 253 cars, trucks and SUVs for sale in the U.S., and the answers may surprise you. Tied for first place...
  • About Ron Klein

    About Ron Klein
    Ron Klein, a member of Holland & Knight's Public Policy & Regulation Group, has worked in the private sector as a business and transactional attorney for over 25 years, as well as the public sector as an elected official in both Tallahassee and...
  • Catonsville and Arbutus area students in Career and Techology Education honored

    Jacob Lutz, a senior in Catonsville High School's Information Technology/IT Programming curriculum, was named the Southwest Area winner of a $1,000 scholarship during the 39th annual Career and Technology Education Student Recognition Reception April 24...
  • Mechanical design engineer's early-stage career gets a boost with new job

    Mechanical design engineer's early-stage career gets a boost with new job
    Who: Jose Garzon, 26, Tamarac.  From: Research and Development with Costex Tractor Parts. To: Mechanical design engineer, A.G. Findings & Mfg. Co., parent of Ballistic Case Co., Sunrise. Start date: April 1 About the company: Founded in 1993, it...
  • TIC Gums expands in Harford County

    TIC Gums expands in Harford County
    TIC Gums in Harford County is perhaps the biggest privately owned player in an invisible part of the food industry. It's not chewing gum, though the company does get some visitors who assume that's what it makes. The name refers to a different kind of...