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By Sean Somerville and Sean Somerville,SUN STAFF | May 21, 1996
PHH Corp., the Hunt Valley-based corporate services company, yesterday said its fourth-quarter earnings increased by 17 percent on the strength of vehicle management operations in the United Kingdom and record mortgage business."
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By Hanah Cho, The Baltimore Sun | May 12, 2011
M&T Bank Corp. is expected to close Monday on the purchase of Wilmington Trust Corp. after receiving all regulatory approvals required under the deal, M&T announced Thursday. Delaware-based Wilmington Trust, struggling with bad real estate loans, agreed in November to sell itself to Buffalo, N.Y.-based M&T for $351 million. Wilmington Trust Corp. does not operate retail branches in Maryland. It has wealth management and corporate client offices in Baltimore and Bel Air. M&T Bank officials have said they will retain the 35 employees in those two offices.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | August 5, 2010
Some of FTI Consulting Inc.'s corporate services flourish in terrible times and others rev up when the economy is good, but this uncertain recovery is kicking the Baltimore firm down a notch. FTI said Thursday that its second-quarter profits fell 33 percent, to $25.1 million. The U.S. economy improved to the point that fewer companies need its corporate restructuring services, but not enough to accelerate demand for help with normal business activities such as mergers and acquisitions.
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By Mary Gail Hare, The Baltimore Sun | October 6, 2010
His soft brown image has graced the cover of National Geographic. He's a perennial on wildlife calendars, the star in several public service spots to promote bear safety and the mascot for a line of hunting apparel. His is the furry face producers and advertisers turn to when they need a teeth-baring, menacing grizzly. But at 15, Brody the bear is approaching middle age and dealing with arthritis, which could sideline his career. A pharmaceutical company in Harford County has developed a nutritional supplement for horses that is helping the 1,400-pound Kodiak bear move painlessly and with more agility, his trainer, Jeff Watson, said.
BUSINESS
January 21, 2003
New positions Boswell is sales executive at New England Motor New England Motor Freight announced that Rick Boswell joined its Hagerstown terminal as an account executive. Boswell is responsible for maintaining and expanding sales in Maryland, Pennsylvania and Northern Virginia. He formerly was a salesman with Charlton Brothers. The Falling Waters, W.Va., resident attended Hagerstown Community College and was active as a coach with the Martinsburg area youth soccer league. Decision Systems appoints Kelly group vice president Decision Systems Technologies Inc. of Rockville appointed Eugene E. Kelly as vice president of its Technology Services Group.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | May 30, 2002
John L. Green Jr., executive vice president of corporate services for MedStar Health and a member of the Maryland Higher Education Commission, died of cancer Sunday at Howard County General Hospital. The Columbia resident was 61. Mr. Green's involvement in education included serving for more than two decades as a member of Morgan State University's board of regents, and from 1990 to 1995 as its chairman. Since 1983, Mr. Green had been vice president of corporate services for Columbia-based MedStar Health, which owns and operates seven hospitals in the Baltimore-Washington area.
BUSINESS
May 31, 1999
New positionsMarriott names Mulligan head of corporate servicesSodexho Marriott Services Inc. named Thomas M. Mulligan as president of its corporate services division and member of the Gaithersburg-based food and facility management company's executive committee.Mulligan is filling the vacancy created by the appointment of Michel Landel as president and chief executive officer. Mulligan, 47, will oversee about 1,900 clients who operate restaurants, food courts, vending and convenience stores as well as provide catering services.
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By Mary Gail Hare, The Baltimore Sun | October 6, 2010
His soft brown image has graced the cover of National Geographic. He's a perennial on wildlife calendars, the star in several public service spots to promote bear safety and the mascot for a line of hunting apparel. His is the furry face producers and advertisers turn to when they need a teeth-baring, menacing grizzly. But at 15, Brody the bear is approaching middle age and dealing with arthritis, which could sideline his career. A pharmaceutical company in Harford County has developed a nutritional supplement for horses that is helping the 1,400-pound Kodiak bear move painlessly and with more agility, his trainer, Jeff Watson, said.
BUSINESS
By Hanah Cho, The Baltimore Sun | May 12, 2011
M&T Bank Corp. is expected to close Monday on the purchase of Wilmington Trust Corp. after receiving all regulatory approvals required under the deal, M&T announced Thursday. Delaware-based Wilmington Trust, struggling with bad real estate loans, agreed in November to sell itself to Buffalo, N.Y.-based M&T for $351 million. Wilmington Trust Corp. does not operate retail branches in Maryland. It has wealth management and corporate client offices in Baltimore and Bel Air. M&T Bank officials have said they will retain the 35 employees in those two offices.
NEWS
By Scott Shane and Scott Shane,SUN STAFF | August 18, 1996
When the newly elected Parliament in the Soviet Republic of Latvia voted to declare independence from Moscow in 1990, BBC correspondent Bridget Kendall phoned the news instantly to London. The BBC World Service interrupted its Latvian language broadcast with a bulletin announcing the vote. When Kendall stepped outside moments later to gauge the Riga crowd's mood, she heard a baffling chant.Not "Latvia." Not "Freedom." The throng was shouting in unison: "BBC! BBC! BBC!""Someone said, 'We heard it on BBC radio, and we knew it must be true,' " recalls Kendall, now a correspondent in Washington.
BUSINESS
By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | August 5, 2010
Some of FTI Consulting Inc.'s corporate services flourish in terrible times and others rev up when the economy is good, but this uncertain recovery is kicking the Baltimore firm down a notch. FTI said Thursday that its second-quarter profits fell 33 percent, to $25.1 million. The U.S. economy improved to the point that fewer companies need its corporate restructuring services, but not enough to accelerate demand for help with normal business activities such as mergers and acquisitions.
BUSINESS
January 21, 2003
New positions Boswell is sales executive at New England Motor New England Motor Freight announced that Rick Boswell joined its Hagerstown terminal as an account executive. Boswell is responsible for maintaining and expanding sales in Maryland, Pennsylvania and Northern Virginia. He formerly was a salesman with Charlton Brothers. The Falling Waters, W.Va., resident attended Hagerstown Community College and was active as a coach with the Martinsburg area youth soccer league. Decision Systems appoints Kelly group vice president Decision Systems Technologies Inc. of Rockville appointed Eugene E. Kelly as vice president of its Technology Services Group.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | May 30, 2002
John L. Green Jr., executive vice president of corporate services for MedStar Health and a member of the Maryland Higher Education Commission, died of cancer Sunday at Howard County General Hospital. The Columbia resident was 61. Mr. Green's involvement in education included serving for more than two decades as a member of Morgan State University's board of regents, and from 1990 to 1995 as its chairman. Since 1983, Mr. Green had been vice president of corporate services for Columbia-based MedStar Health, which owns and operates seven hospitals in the Baltimore-Washington area.
BUSINESS
May 31, 1999
New positionsMarriott names Mulligan head of corporate servicesSodexho Marriott Services Inc. named Thomas M. Mulligan as president of its corporate services division and member of the Gaithersburg-based food and facility management company's executive committee.Mulligan is filling the vacancy created by the appointment of Michel Landel as president and chief executive officer. Mulligan, 47, will oversee about 1,900 clients who operate restaurants, food courts, vending and convenience stores as well as provide catering services.
NEWS
By Scott Shane and Scott Shane,SUN STAFF | August 18, 1996
When the newly elected Parliament in the Soviet Republic of Latvia voted to declare independence from Moscow in 1990, BBC correspondent Bridget Kendall phoned the news instantly to London. The BBC World Service interrupted its Latvian language broadcast with a bulletin announcing the vote. When Kendall stepped outside moments later to gauge the Riga crowd's mood, she heard a baffling chant.Not "Latvia." Not "Freedom." The throng was shouting in unison: "BBC! BBC! BBC!""Someone said, 'We heard it on BBC radio, and we knew it must be true,' " recalls Kendall, now a correspondent in Washington.
BUSINESS
By Sean Somerville and Sean Somerville,SUN STAFF | May 21, 1996
PHH Corp., the Hunt Valley-based corporate services company, yesterday said its fourth-quarter earnings increased by 17 percent on the strength of vehicle management operations in the United Kingdom and record mortgage business."
BUSINESS
March 28, 2008
American Express Co. Shares declined 53 cents to finish at $44.83. A unit of General Electric Co. is selling its corporate payment services division to the credit card issuer, which is trying to increase its payments business.
NEWS
By [Andrew A. Green] | December 17, 2006
Larry Kimble Occupation Maryland Transit Administration's executive director of corporate services In the news He helped Maryland launch a first-of-its kind program to allow veterans to take training classes that the state government offers its employees, a service that officials say will help reduce high unemployment rates for those leaving the service. Career highlights He served in the Marines from 1973 to 1979 and went on to a career with the Defense Department and Veterans Administration, eventually becoming the chief of prosthetics for the Maryland Veterans Administration health system.
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