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  • Now in Lehigh Valley, Avantor hopes to grow into billion-dollar business

    Now in Lehigh Valley, Avantor hopes to grow into billion-dollar business
    Two years ago Avantor Performance Materials was headquartered in the aging New Jersey building it had occupied for half a century, with some of its people working in office trailers and others at a remote site miles away. Today, relocated to Upper...
  • Laura Neuman bets on herself again, this time as Anne Arundel county executive

    Laura Neuman bets on herself again, this time as Anne Arundel county executive
    When she entered the race to replace John R. Leopold as county executive, Laura Neuman had a far higher profile in business than she did in politics. Many of the other 15 candidates were better known. But the County Council pulled a surprise, granting her...
  • With online technology, buying and selling options abound

    With online technology, buying and selling options abound
    The last time Yasmin and Adil Degani bought a home, they took the traditional route. They went with a commission-based real estate brokerage to show them homes and guide them through the homebuying process. This time around, in an effort to save money...
  • Trend Watch: Stein Mart celebrating anniversary

    Trend Watch: Stein Mart celebrating anniversary
    Get in on the fun of Stein Mart's one-year anniversary Saturday at The Market Place in Irvine. The store is giving away eight $50 gift cards throughout the day and a free pair of spa socks to the first 250 customers who make a purchase, according to a...
  • March Madness productivity loss? It's a slam dunk, poll says

    March Madness productivity loss? It's a slam dunk, poll says
    March Madness kicks off Tuesday, and productivity will plummet as nearly a third of workers will spend as much as three hours per day watching the college basketball tournament, a survey released Wednesday found.  In its annual poll, the outplacement...
  • Eli Broad remains a player in LACMA's proposed takeover of MOCA

    Eli Broad remains a player in LACMA's proposed takeover of MOCA
    Michael Govan came to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art seven years ago with a mission to make it one of the most prestigious institutions in the country, one worth mentioning alongside New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art and Museum of Modern...
  • Around Town: Working with impoverished around the world

    Around Town: Working with impoverished around the world
    Concern America is holding its 16th annual Walk Out of Poverty on Saturday in Fountain Valley. The five-mile walk-a-thon is designed to raise funds for projects in Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Colombia and Mozambique. Concern America trains...
  • Sun Sentinel Excalibur Award winner Herman Shooster, Global Response

    Sun Sentinel Excalibur Award winner Herman Shooster, Global Response
    A few dozen pennies, shiny and perpetually floating in a clear brick of plastic sit on Herman Shooster's desk. Given as a gift celebrating the 1968 initial public offering of his first entrepreneurial venture, a frozen food company, it wasn't long...
  • Report: Downtown Baltimore gained 10,000 jobs in 2012

    Report: Downtown Baltimore gained 10,000 jobs in 2012
    Downtown Baltimore gained 10,000 jobs in 2012 — after losing the same number of jobs in 2011, according to the annual State of Downtown report to be released Thursday by the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore Inc. "At the very least, this is a...
  • Mayor's budget is the first step to a better Baltimore

    Mayor's budget is the first step to a better Baltimore
    All those who have been scared by the gloomy talk that preceded Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's 10-year plan for Baltimore's finances should find some comfort in her first concrete steps to implement it through her new budget proposal. It contains a...
  • 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...