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  • From tech billionaires to Hawaii land barons

    From tech billionaires to Hawaii land barons
    Three billionaires are changing Hawaii resort development with their digital dollars: -LARRY ELLISON Age: 68 Island: Lanai Company: CEO of Oracle Makes: Software Estimated worth: $41 billion (No. 3 on Forbes' list of 400 wealthiest Americans)...
  • O'Malley names state cyber security czar

    O'Malley names state cyber security czar
    Gov. Martin O'Malley tapped a private-sector cyber security veteran to lead a push to promote that industry's job growth in the state, he announced in a visit to Hanover company KEYW Corp. Tuesday. Jeani Park will serve as Maryland's director of cyber...
  • Gambling decision-makers to convene at Hard Rock

    Gambling decision-makers to convene at Hard Rock
    Mike Haridopolos, current executive vice president of The Stronach Group and former Florida Senate president, will deliver the Keynote Luncheon Address at the Eighth Florida Gaming Congress, Monday and Tuesday at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in...
  • Neuman brings business experience to Anne Arundel County executive job

    Neuman brings business experience to Anne Arundel County executive job
    When Laura Neuman heard that an Annapolis salad dressing maker was planning to move his business out of state, she arranged to meet with him. Neuman listened to Greg Vetter's story and made some calls. "She just said, 'Dude, you are NOT leaving...
  • Fellowship Community puts faith in staff, mission

    Fellowship Community puts faith in staff, mission
    How many employers would hire a high school senior to cut grass one summer, help pay for his college education and then give him the top computer job in the company three years later? Fellowship Community did just that for 23-year-old David Sutter of...
  • Tribune Co., parent of L.A. Times, emerges from bankruptcy

    Tribune Co., parent of L.A. Times, emerges from bankruptcy
    The new year represents a long-awaited new start for the Tribune Co. The newspaper and television conglomerate emerged from bankruptcy Monday, a financially stronger version of the company that sought court protection four years ago but one that still...
  • Hitting the Small Screen: Connecticut Designers in the Apps and Games Business

    Hitting the Small Screen: Connecticut Designers in the Apps and Games Business
    To the casual, iPhone-toting observer on the street, success in the app-development game means launching the next Angry Birds, the next Words with Friends, the next Fruit Ninja. It's all about creating that simple, super-addictive, viral app that pays for...
  • Fort Meade apartments a first — probably not a last

    More than 1,300 young, single soldiers, sailors and other service members drive to Fort Meade every work day because they don't live on post — can't, actually, because the barracks are full and other homes there are for families. The Army...
  • Kids who start businesses learn the value of money along the way

    Kids who start businesses learn the value of money along the way
    From hot-chocolate stands to dog walking to helping people with computers, kids can start their own businesses — and learn about the value of money along the way. On a chilly day last November, 5-year-old Sylvia Fordham caught the business bug....
  • Yahoo's ban on working from home prompts criticism

    Yahoo's ban on working from home prompts criticism
    It didn't take long for the talk at this week's national work-life conference in Baltimore to turn to Yahoo Inc. The Internet company's new ban on employees working from home has proved wildly unpopular with working mothers who had expected more...
  • In Telecommuting Debate, Aetna Sticks By Its Big At-Home Workforce

    For more than six years, Tammy Saunders has awakened at 5:30 a.m., showered, dressed and walked upstairs -- to her office. A nurse practitioner, Saunders works as a case manager for Hartford-based health insurer Aetna Inc., helping college students...