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  • Industry groups are working to reform debt collection

    The Baltimore Sun highlighted a significant issue involving the use of the courts by debt buyers to recover consumer debt they have purchased ("A push for more proof in debt-collection lawsuits," July 25). As the leading voice for credit and debt...
  • Michael S. Radcliffe, law firm partner, dies

    Michael S. Radcliffe, law firm partner, dies
    Michael S. Radcliffe, a partner in a Baltimore County law firm, died July 22 of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig's disease, at his Timonium home. He was 54. Born in Silver Spring, Mr. Radcliffe moved to Timonium with his family when he was...
  • For Vonn, divorce means big changes in handling ski career

    For Vonn, divorce means big changes in handling ski career
    Lindsey Vonn still intends to be known as Lindsey Vonn even after her divorce from Thomas Vonn becomes official. The question now is whether she will continue to ski like the same Lindsey Vonn who became the world's most successful active racer and the...
  • By the numbers: Big Four (U.S. alpine skiing), Lucky 13 (Hannah Kearney), 0-for-3 (Jeremy Abbott)

    By the numbers:  Big Four (U.S. alpine skiing), Lucky 13 (Hannah Kearney), 0-for-3 (Jeremy Abbott)
    Several ruminations, mostly numerical, about three subjects: 1.  When Bode Miller finished second Friday in the downhill at Chamonix, France, it was the 21st top-three finish for a U.S. alpine skier this season.  With any luck, that means Team USA...
  • Jill Kinmont Boothe dies at 75; ski champ disabled in crash became role model

    Jill Kinmont Boothe dies at 75; ski champ disabled in crash became role model
    Jill Kinmont Boothe was the national women's slalom champion and on the cover of Sports Illustrated when she set out to win a 1955 race that would help put her on the U.S. Olympic ski team. As she sped down a Utah mountain slope, she lost control on an...
  • Slalom Consulting

    Slalom Consulting
    A killer lake view from offices in the Prudential Plaza tower, staff parties at vacation resorts and sabbaticals after a few years on the job have been enough to help Slalom Consulting lure top consultants from bigger-name firms. They've also been enough...
  • A giant slalom first for Vonn, already a ski giant

    A giant slalom first for Vonn, already a ski giant
    The Star Spangled Banner has become the recurring theme in the sound track of Lindsey Vonn's career. Vonn had heard the National Anthem played in honor of her victories so many times in the past -- once at the Olympics, twice at the world championships,...
  • An Austrian hill alive with sound of U.S. ski success

    An Austrian hill alive with sound of U.S. ski success
    Home, sweet home. With the emphasis on sweet after this weekend. The U.S. ski team announced a week ago it had signed a three-year deal to make the Austrian towns of Soelden and Obergurgl-Hochgurgl its alpine training base in Europe during the World Cup...
  • Connecticut Teen With Cerebral Palsy Strives To Ski In 2014 Paralympics

    Connecticut Teen With Cerebral Palsy Strives To Ski In 2014 Paralympics
    Fifteen-year-old Andrew Haraghey's hard work may make his dream to ski with the United States Adaptive Ski Team in the 2014 Winter Paralympics in Russia a reality. Andrew, a sophomore at Enrico Fermi High School in Enfield, has spastic diplegia, a form...
  • Snow job: three big wins for U.S. skiers

    Snow job: three big wins for U.S. skiers
    It was another big day for two U.S. ski team members who each has been having such days for weeks. . .months. . .years. And a third won the world title in an event, freestyle slopestyle, that will debut on the Olympic program next year in Sochi, Russia....
  • Culture is key, but key to culture comes through hiring

    Culture is key, but key to culture comes through hiring
    When I was young and naive (approximately 16 months ago), I believed all it took to create a happy workplace were big salaries and free doughnuts. Turns out, it's a bit more involved. There's this thing called "culture," and the happiest workplaces...