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December 30, 1991
The Scoreboard feature that usually runs in MBW was unavailable for publication this week.
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BUSINESS
December 30, 1991
The Scoreboard feature that usually runs in MBW was unavailable for publication this week.
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BUSINESS
April 1, 1991
MBW has a new look. Beginning today, you'll find a redesigned MBW, including:* A weekly package of stories and columns about personal computing.* A new column by Les Picker on managing non-profits and thebusiness of corporate philanthropy.* A revised business-strategy feature with more tips on how you can improve your business IQ.
NEWS
April 9, 1991
The MBW calendar included an incorrect telephone number for RehabTech Associates' upcoming seminar on consulting as a profession. The correct number for information on the seminar, which will be held Saturday, is 750-0353.The Sun regrets the errors.
NEWS
April 9, 1991
The MBW calendar included an incorrect telephone number for RehabTech Associates' upcoming seminar on consulting as a profession. The correct number for information on the seminar, which will be held Saturday, is 750-0353.The Sun regrets the errors.
BUSINESS
November 12, 1990
Last week's MBW cover story on failed developer Martin Kandel incorrectly credited him for launching the Hillside at Seminary residential project in Baltimore County.In fact, Mr. Kandel's company built 10 homes on land purchased from a partnership that developed the Hillside at Seminary's homesites. The development has a total of 84 homesites.
BUSINESS
By Maria Mallory | October 8, 1990
When you sit down to talk about occupational health with Dr. James D. Levy, a funny thing happens. There's a real transformation in him. His eyes light up. He moves to the edge of his seat.He talks a bit faster, pulling supportive material from here and there.This 50-year-old physician has added an MBA and parlayed that combination to claim the top spot at Baltimore's largest occupational health services firm, CMC Inc. And he's excited about the business.Just what is occupational health? Dr. Levy explains that it's "working with employers on how they can best take care of their employees."
BUSINESS
July 13, 1992
A previous issue of MBW incorrectly characterized a court filing. Butler Video has not filed for bankruptcy.The Sun regrets the error.Henry Peterson, 10012 Gunridge Circle, Kingsville. Nursing Aassistant filed for Chapter 13. Assets and liabilities: $100,000- $499,000.Melvyn D. Patterson (Patterson Paving & Construction Co.), 71 Hornberger Lane, Perryville. Construction business filed for Chapter 11. Assets and liabilities: $100,000-$499,999.July 6Entertainment Concepts Ltd. (The Rage), 32 S. Calvert St., Baltimore.
BUSINESS
By PHILIP MOELLER | January 9, 1991
Dear Readers:Bird cage liner or news you can use? You judge.A year ago, I wrote about how the Business section of The Sun operates. Here's Volume II.If you've tried to reach us during the past year, you probably know that our communications skills work lots better in print than over the telephone. We've worked hard at doing better, but the volume of frustrated callers who finally get through to me is large enough for me to know that we're not doing a great job.(If you want to reach any of us, and it's not a time-related emergency, a personal letter remains a very effective means of getting our attention.
BUSINESS
June 10, 1991
Women and jobsThe option to pledge devotion to a career is relatively new for the nation's employed women.Those who are thus committed tend to be women who are financially independent and have no children younger than 18, according to new research by Helena Z. Lopata, professor of sociology and director of the Center for the Comparative Study of Social Roles at Loyola University of Chicago."
BUSINESS
April 1, 1991
MBW has a new look. Beginning today, you'll find a redesigned MBW, including:* A weekly package of stories and columns about personal computing.* A new column by Les Picker on managing non-profits and thebusiness of corporate philanthropy.* A revised business-strategy feature with more tips on how you can improve your business IQ.
BUSINESS
November 12, 1990
Last week's MBW cover story on failed developer Martin Kandel incorrectly credited him for launching the Hillside at Seminary residential project in Baltimore County.In fact, Mr. Kandel's company built 10 homes on land purchased from a partnership that developed the Hillside at Seminary's homesites. The development has a total of 84 homesites.
BUSINESS
By Maria Mallory | October 8, 1990
When you sit down to talk about occupational health with Dr. James D. Levy, a funny thing happens. There's a real transformation in him. His eyes light up. He moves to the edge of his seat.He talks a bit faster, pulling supportive material from here and there.This 50-year-old physician has added an MBA and parlayed that combination to claim the top spot at Baltimore's largest occupational health services firm, CMC Inc. And he's excited about the business.Just what is occupational health? Dr. Levy explains that it's "working with employers on how they can best take care of their employees."
BUSINESS
By Michael Enright and Michael Enright,Special to The Sun | November 5, 1990
Gone are the confident chatter and the exuberance that once marked the opening of local Chamber of Commerce meetings. Today members speak in low murmurs, and their faces, over steaming cups of coffee, look tired.Housing starts, retail sales, quarterly financial reports -- it seems every day brings another disastrous economic sign, as analysts proclaim that the nation is either on the brink, or in the midst, of a recession.And small- to midsized businesses, with razor-thin profit margins and limited cash reserves, feel the sharp pinch first.
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