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By Hanah Cho, The Baltimore Sun | December 20, 2010
Legg Mason Inc. announced Monday management changes intended to help the Baltimore money manager focus on three areas for growth. Meanwhile, David R. Odenath, who headed the company's Americas businesses, will leave Legg at the end of the year to pursue other opportunities, the firm said. Legg Chairman and Chief Executive Mark R. Fetting realigned its senior leadership structure to oversee three areas: global distribution, global investment managers, and mergers and acquisitions and business development.
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Peter Schmuck | January 7, 2014
When the Ravens hold their annual state-of-the-team news conference on Wednesday at the Under Armour Performance Center, we would all do well to listen closely to what owner Steve Bisciotti and his upper management team have to say. This is the one opportunity for the media and fans to get a real sense of how the Ravens front office feels about the just-completed season and how the top executives are planning to reconfigure the team for 2014 and...
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | April 16, 1997
What Baltimore County Executive C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger calls his "management team" is slated to get younger and more diverse with the promotion of Robin L. Churchill, 42, to the county's top appointed job.Ruppersberger announced his choice to replace administrative officer Merreen E. Kelly, who will be 62 when he retires June 30, at a Towson news conference yesterday. If the council confirms the appointment, Churchill will be the county's first female administrative officer in the 40 years of charter government.
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By Natalie Sherman, The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2013
Portfolios managed by Baltimore-based T. Rowe Price participated in a $50 million mezzanine investment in Redfin, an online real estate brokerage. The money brings the venture capital funds raised by the 11-year-old firm to almost $96 million. It will go toward new technology, Redfin announced Thursday. Redfin operates in 22 markets including Baltimore. "Redfin is reinventing the process of buying or selling a home," said Henry Ellenbogen, portfolio manager for T. Rowe Price's New Horizons Fund.
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By Tom Keyser | December 19, 1996
The new managers of Rosecroft Raceway, the harness track in Prince George's County, will appear before the Maryland Racing Commission today to answer questions about the track's fiscal soundness.A three-person team from Cloverleaf Enterprises Inc., owners of Rosecroft, took over management of the track last week.In an agreement reached Friday with Bally's Maryland Inc., a subsidiary of the casino and hotel giant, Cloverleaf gave up ownership of Ocean Downs, Maryland's other harness track on the Eastern Shore, but retained Rosecroft and replaced Bally's management team with its own.Gerald Brittingham, president of both Cloverleaf Enterprises and the Cloverleaf Standardbred Owners Association, is leader of the new management team.
BUSINESS
By Stacey Hirsh and Stacey Hirsh,SUN STAFF | May 29, 2003
Peter Bepler and Matt Voorhees started their tech company the dot-com way: over a keg of beer in a parking lot during alumni weekend at Kenyon College. But when it came time to expand the business, the pair needed more seasoned executives. "We saw that this company had tremendous potential, and we needed to bring in experienced and proven leadership to fill that potential," said Bepler. Enter Chief Executive Officer Dennis Hooks and Vice President of Sales Bart Hawe. With years of experience in the business world, Hooks and Hawe had just the know-how that Bepler, 28, and Voorhees, 30, needed for their 2-year-old Rockville-based online accounts payable outsourcing company, Anybill Financial Services Inc. Experience was a prevailing theme yesterday at the Mid-Atlantic Venture Association's Capital Connection 2003, where start-ups seeking investments showcase their businesses for venture capitalists.
NEWS
February 22, 1999
Names in the newsJerry Korzybski of Millersville has been appointed manager of the Mass Transit Administration's Customer and Community Relations Division. He will work with the director of customer services to resolve transit-related issues with individuals, communities, business leaders and elected officials as well as coordinate MTA outreach programs.Don Lundblad of Annapolis has joined Amerix Corp. as executive vice president of operations and part of the management team. Lundblad joins Amerix from Bank One's credit card subsidiary, First USA, where he was senior vice president of card-member services.
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By Kevin L. McQuaid and Kevin L. McQuaid,Sun Staff Writer | October 5, 1994
Richard R. Jones, the Nottingham Properties Inc. executive primarily responsible for persuading Time Warner Inc. to develop a new $40 million distribution center in White Marsh earlier this year, has resigned from the real estate firm after nearly 20 years.Mr. Jones had indicated that he was "seeking new challenges and opportunities," and one week after he left Nottingham he joined a Timonium printing company.As Nottingham's senior vice president, Mr. Jones was in charge of marketing and much of the commercial development in the White Marsh section of northeast Baltimore County.
NEWS
November 21, 1993
Delegate appointed to airport commissionDel. Donald C. Fry, a District 35A Democrat, has been named to an advisory commission on Baltimore-Washington International Airport in an effort to develop a more efficient, less costly operation.Mr. Fry is the only representative of the Maryland House of Delegates to the commission.As vice chairman of the Education and Transportation Subcommittee of the Appropriations Committee, Mr. Fry has led efforts to cut government costs by by encouraging the $l development of private-public partnerships to deliver cost-effective services.
BUSINESS
By Bill Atkinson and Bill Atkinson,SUN STAFF | April 5, 2001
eChapman.com Inc., the Internet financial services company started by Baltimore broker Nathan A. Chapman Jr., reported yesterday that it lost $4.48 million last year and that its management team intends to "limit future investment" in its Web site and Internet business. The comparable loss the previous year was $4.5 million. "Our management team is currently re-evaluating our Internet strategy," the company said in a document, filed late yesterday with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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Peter Schmuck | October 9, 2013
For the Orioles fans who still dream of Cal Ripken returning to manage the team and lift it to heights unseen since he caught the final out of the 1983 World Series, the thought of him returning to the major leagues as the manager of the Washington Nationals has to be, well, unthinkable. But it's not impossible. Ripken has been saying for quite some time that he has an “itch” to get back into the game at a management level. The kids are grown and the competitive fire that he has channeled into his various business ventures still burns brightly enough that those who know him are sure he will be back in a big-league uniform at some point.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | October 1, 2012
The University of Maryland University College named Javier Miyares as its president Monday, effective immediately. Miyares, 65, has been a member of the UMUC management team for 10 years and its acting president since February, when he took over for Susan Aldridge, who stepped down amid circumstances that remain unclear. Miyares most recently served as the university's senior vice president for institutional effectiveness. The Adelphi institution, the nation's largest online-focused public university, has more than 95,000 students, including U.S. troops serving overseas, and has locations in 27 countries.
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By Luke Broadwater and Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | February 16, 2012
The head of IndyCar, the car racing league, came to Baltimore on Thursday and assured the city's taxpayers and business owners that this September's Grand Prix would not end up in financial ruin as last year's race did. "There's no room for errors. We have to be successful and the promoter has to be successful," IndyCar CEO Randy Bernard said at the Intercontinental Harbor Court Hotel before showing off the cars and new technologies that would be used in the Labor Day race. "They feel the pressure," Bernard said of the new Grand Prix management team.
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Nancy Jones-Bonbrest | November 30, 2011
Praxis Engineering Technologies Inc. is outgrowing its office space in Annapolis Junction, even though most of its 200-plus employees are offsite, “embedded” with various contractors and clients. Praxis' staff has grown 350 percent since the firm's founding in 2002. In the past 12 months the company made 65 new hires, and it plans to hire an additional 75 people over the next year. In theory, having a staff so spread out could make it hard to establish a company culture, but that's not the case at Praxis, say workers and management.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | July 7, 2011
Orioles manager Buck Showalter has spoken to his team on several occasions this season, but none of the speeches was as harsh or intense as the one he delivered late Wednesday night. After the Orioles' 13-5 loss to the Texas Rangers, which completed a three-game series sweep and was the team's 11th defeat in 14 games, Showalter closed the clubhouse and challenged his players to increase their effort and execution. "That's probably as angry as I've seen him, but it's deserved," catcher Matt Wieters said.
BUSINESS
By Hanah Cho, The Baltimore Sun | December 20, 2010
Legg Mason Inc. announced Monday management changes intended to help the Baltimore money manager focus on three areas for growth. Meanwhile, David R. Odenath, who headed the company's Americas businesses, will leave Legg at the end of the year to pursue other opportunities, the firm said. Legg Chairman and Chief Executive Mark R. Fetting realigned its senior leadership structure to oversee three areas: global distribution, global investment managers, and mergers and acquisitions and business development.
BUSINESS
By Natalie Sherman, The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2013
Portfolios managed by Baltimore-based T. Rowe Price participated in a $50 million mezzanine investment in Redfin, an online real estate brokerage. The money brings the venture capital funds raised by the 11-year-old firm to almost $96 million. It will go toward new technology, Redfin announced Thursday. Redfin operates in 22 markets including Baltimore. "Redfin is reinventing the process of buying or selling a home," said Henry Ellenbogen, portfolio manager for T. Rowe Price's New Horizons Fund.
BUSINESS
By Rona Kobell and Rona Kobell,Sun Staff | July 12, 2000
Manugistics Group Inc., a Rockville-based software provider dogged last year with layoffs and management woes, saw its stock price jump 19.2 percent yesterday on speculation that it is in the running for a large defense contract. Manugistics declined to comment, saying only that it had made the U.S. General Services Administration's list of approved vendors. That means it can compete for government contracts for its supply-chain software, which now helps companies such as Harley-Davidson and Amazon.
SPORTS
By Kevin Cowherd | July 29, 2010
Here's the first reaction any thinking Orioles fan should have to the news that Buck Showalter is the team's new manager: It's about time. What was all this ridiculous foot-dragging in the Warehouse all about? C'mon, Showalter should have taken over this team right after the All-Star break. That way the Orioles would have sent a clear, strong message to both their players and their fans: "That horrible start is behind us. We're moving in a new direction. "Sure, we might not come out of this tailspin right away.
NEWS
By June Arney | January 4, 2008
Gregory F. Hamm, 45, an executive with nearly 20 years of experience in planning and development, recently took over as regional vice president and general manager of Columbia for General Growth Properties Inc. He replaced Douglas M. Godine,who had worked as first vice president, development, with responsibility for Columbia, since March 2006. Hamm,who has been a consultant for General Growth and has maintained an office in Columbia for more than a year, has held leadership roles in Reston Town Center in Reston, Va., Dulles Station in Herndon, Va., and other large, mixed-use projects in the region.
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