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Online retailer Bambeco is sold to Richmond-based distributor
Baltimore-based Bambeco, a fast-growing online retailer of sustainable home furnishings, has been sold to a Richmond, Va.,-based maker and distributor of home and garden goods after months of seeking an investor to support expansion. Bambeco became a brand of Evergreen Enterprises after the sale.
Baltimore ice rink at the Inner Harbor opens on appropriately chilly note
Questar tops off 414 Light St. tower on Baltimore Inner Harbor
Baltimore-area home sales, prices continue to climb in October
Community leaders and developers vow to sustain progress around Mondawmin despite Target’s closing
Lacrosse retailer LAX World shutters stores and leaves Cockeysville headquarters
Five minutes with David Rosen, partner and director of tax services at Rosen, Sapperstein & Friedlander
Baltimore wood stove maker raises $1.2 million with help from University System of Maryland
Spirit Airlines announces new flights to Cancun from BWI Marshall Airport
Marks Thomas Architects to merge with Moseley Architects
Hurricanes contribute to slight dip in passengers, ending 2-year streak of growth at BWI Marshall Airport
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Hogan proposes end to state income taxes on military pensions
Gov. Larry Hogan marked Veterans Appreciation Month on Thursday by renewing his call for elimination of state income taxes on Maryland’s military retirees. At a State House news conference, Hogan contended that such a move is needed to keep the state’s military retirees from moving to states that.
Flanigan construction acquires green roof company Stancills
The Baltimore-based, family-owned construction firm P. Flanigan Sons said Thursday that it has acquired Stancills Inc., another family-owned company that Flanigan already had been using to supply the aggregate and soils for storm water and other environmental projects. Details of the acquisition.
Rosenstein: Rule of law must take precedence over politics
U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein did not explicitly mention the continuing probe into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, but he stressed the importance of holding the rule of law above politics during a speech Thursday in Linthicum. Rosenstein, Maryland’s former.
Black Friday isn t for two weeks, but some stores are already offering deals
Thanksgiving is still two weeks away, but Black Friday has already begun – at least for some retailers. Best Buy on Wednesday began offering Black Friday discounts on hundreds of items, including big-screen TVs, Apple Watches and tablets. Walmart followed a day later, with $6 pajamas and $998.