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February 14, 1997
Three state environmental companies got grants through the National Association of State Development Agencies to help them sell in Latin America and Asia.EA Global Inc., a subsidiary of Hunt Valley-based EA Engineering, received $20,000 to design, build and test a mobile wastewater treatment system. The system is intended to demonstrate EA's environmental engineering capabilities in central China.ThermoChem Inc., based in Columbia, received $10,000 to help it market its waste-treatment system to Brazil's pulp and paper industry.
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BUSINESS
By Alex Pham and Alex Pham,LOS ANGELES TIMES | November 21, 2004
Carnations and lilies were the final indignity. The bouquet, which arrived at her door on a sunny Saturday in September, were from her fiance, a video game programmer who was working his eighth consecutive 72-hour week. Far from being flattered, the woman poured out her anger and frustration in a 2,000-word essay that she posted on the Internet under the pseudonym "ea_spouse." "The love of my life comes home late at night complaining of a headache that will not go away and a chronically upset stomach," she wrote.
BUSINESS
November 15, 1990
EA Engineering, Science and Technology Inc.Cost overruns and additional hiring depressed earnings at this Hunt Valley-based environmental study and cleanup company, but demand for its scientists pushed revenues to a record high.Loren Jensen, the former Johns Hopkins University professor who started the company, said yesterday that the company pulled in $11.3 million in the fourth fiscal quarter that ended Aug. 31, up from $9.8 million from last year. But profits for the period dropped to $60,000 from $416,000 in 1989.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Victor Godinez and Victor Godinez,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | November 28, 2002
Perhaps one Ring is enough to rule them all, but apparently it takes two video games to enthrall Lord of the Rings fans. Electronics Arts' The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers ($49, ages 13 and up) for the Sony PlayStation 2 encompasses the first two books of J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy epic. Actually, the game encompasses the first two movies in the trilogy, which in turn generally cover the first two books. It's complicated, but I'll explain in a minute. The EA game opens superbly, replaying the opening footage of the Fellowship of the Ring movie and then segueing seamlessly into the battle sequence at the foot of Mount Doom.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Dave Gilmore | May 25, 2012
On Thursday, the entire staffs of 38 Studios and Big Huge Games were given pink slips. The company, which released “Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning” (which I reviewed in February ), was in partnership with the state of Rhode Island to bring jobs into the state and give former MLB pitcher Curt Schilling's 38 Studios fuel to evolve into a big-time game developer. The company was in the midst of developing a project called “Copernicus,” an MMORPG based in the same universe as “Amalur.” Big Huge Games, based in Timonium, became a subsidiary of 38 Studios almost three years ago to the day. The Sun's Gus Sentementes was over at Big Huge ' s offices before being booted out today , but it seems the entire teams at both companies have indeed been let go. WPRI has an exce llent timeline of how the tax credit and loan between the state of Rhode Island and 38 Studios developed.
BUSINESS
August 27, 1998
EA International Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Baltimore-based EA Engineering, Science and Technology Inc., said yesterday that it has established a strategic alliance with Hai Duong Co. Ltd., of Hanoi, Vietnam.Hai Duong provides a full range of environmental services, including irrigation, environmental design and solid-waste management.Officials at EA Engineering said the companies will function as partners in Vietnam, providing each other with support on several projects and widening the spectrum for the multinational clients of both firms.
BUSINESS
May 29, 1991
EA Engineering, Science and Technology Inc. will have a new president starting next week.Loren Jensen, who founded the Hunt Valley-based environmental cleanup firm, will hand over operating duties to Edward V. Lower. Mr. Lower has worked for Union Carbide for 24 years and most recently was vice president and general manager of Union Carbide's multimillion-dollar global metals business, UMETCO, which is based in Connecticut.Mr. Jensen will continue serving as chairman and chief executive officer.
BUSINESS
March 1, 1997
EA Engineering, Science and Technology Inc., the Hunt Valley-based environmental services company, yesterday named Donald A. Deieso president and chief executive officer.Deieso formerly was president and chief executive officer of Metcalf & Eddy Inc., a subsidiary of Air & Water Technologies Corp. of Branchburg, N.J.DTC At EA, Deieso, 47, succeeds Loren D. Jensen, 59, the company's founder, who remains chairman.`I am thrilled to have Don Deieso join the EA organization," Jensen said in a statement.
BUSINESS
By a Sun Staff Writer | November 11, 1994
A Hunt Valley environmental service company has signed agreements with two Chinese environmental agencies that could lead to nationwide projects in China.Officials of EA Engineering, Science and Technology Inc., who are part of a Maryland delegation in China this week, signed an agreement on Tuesday with the Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences, a division of the National Environmental Protection Agency.Today, EA is scheduled to sign an agreement with Anhui Institute of Environmental Science, a research and regulatory agency in Anhui Province.
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