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By Edward Gunts | ed.gunts@baltsun.com | February 23, 2010
The Limbach Company LLC, a Pittsburgh-based mechanical construction and service firm, is expanding its regional office and fabrication facility in Maryland and plans to create 75 new jobs over the next three years. Gov. Martin O'Malley and Prince George's County Executive Jack Johnson announced Tuesday that the company is moving effective March 1 from Lanham to a 40,000-square-foot space in the Brick Yard Business Park in Beltsville. The new location will allow the company to add 75 employees to its 150 workers, state officials say. Maryland's Department of Business and Economic Development has offered the company a $100,000 loan to assist with the cost of improving its new building.
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BUSINESS
November 19, 2009
Chesapeake Shipbuilding said Wednesday that it has signed a contract to acquire about three acres of property adjacent to the shipyard. The acquisition would allow the company to expand and create as many as 125 new jobs. The land, located on the Wicomico River, is now an empty lot with a "derelict" bulkhead, the company said in a press release. The company designs and builds commercial steel vessels and has been in Salisbury for more than 30 years. - Andrea K. Walker
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By John E. Woodruff and John E. Woodruff,Sun Staff Writer | March 15, 1995
Maryland's economy generated new jobs in 1994 nearly twice as fast as originally thought but still lagged far behind the nation's employment growth rate, newly revised U.S. government figures show."
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Eileen Ambrose | January 5, 2012
The Associated Press is reporting that Macy's Inc. will close nine underperforming stores nationwide:  five Macy's and four Bloomingdale's. Among the closures are Macy's store in Laurel and the Bloomingdale's in North Bethesda. Overall, according to AP, more than 830 employees at the nine stores will be affected. They will be eligible for new jobs at other stores the retailer expects to open.
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By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | June 7, 2010
Middle River Aircraft Systems will hire 200 people at its eastern Baltimore County plant during the next year to build brake systems for a redesigned jet that aircraft developer Boeing will soon bring to market. The additional jobs will raise the number of employees at the 1.7 million-square-foot plant to 1,000 at a time when most companies are still wary about hiring even as the economy shows signs of bottoming out. The planned hirings are a bright spot for the state's embattled manufacturing sector, which had been slowly deteriorating years before the recession hit. "This shows that companies like Middle River that really know how to embrace next-generation manufacturing can have job growth," said Mike Galiazzo, executive director of the Regional Manufacturing Institute.
NEWS
November 10, 2005
When the Defense Department set out to consolidate its domestic bases, Maryland officials sought to win big. They not only prevailed - with Maryland gaining more than any other state from the realignment plan that became law Tuesday - they hit the jackpot. The latest estimates - and they keep growing - are that the plan will bring more than 11,000 new jobs to the Aberdeen Proving Ground and Fort Meade within five years. But that's just the tip of the iceberg. Add another 7,500 new jobs expected at the National Security Agency at Fort Meade.
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Baltimore Sun staff | April 18, 2012
An Israeli defense electronics firm has opened a Howard County location, where it plans to create 100 new jobs, the state Department of Business and Economic Development said Wednesday. ETLA North America, a subsidiary of Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd., leased space in Maple Lawn, where it plans to grow to 25,000 square feet as it expands its staff and begins manufacturing there. The state has approved a $300,000 loan to the company, and Howard County has offered a property tax credit.
NEWS
August 13, 2010
When it comes to the way we use energy, we are putting our country at risk. America's addiction to foreign oil hurts our economy, aids our enemies and puts our national security at risk. Rather than continuing to send billions overseas for foreign oil, it's time to change course. We should spend money here at home on clean energy sources, which will create new jobs, build new industries and make us more secure. When we invest in clean energy, this means our energy dollars won't go overseas; they'll go to American businesses to strengthen our economy.
NEWS
November 28, 2011
Your Sunday article, "Expiring tax breaks loom large" (Nov. 29) reports that Republicans see lower tax rates on wealthy Americans as essential to job creation. The press, when reporting this position, should point out the absurdity of this assertion based on what we have learned from the past. Tax rates on the wealthy were far higher during the Reagan and Clinton years than at present. Job creation was 16 million under Reagan and 23 million under Mr. Clinton. When George W. Bush cut taxes on the wealthy, he managed to create an anemic 3 million new jobs over 8 years.
NEWS
January 19, 2012
Gov.Martin O'Malleysays he needs higher taxes to create jobs in Maryland. Since Maryland does not require subcontractors to validate citizenship, most of the new jobs will most likely go to illegals, or new Americans as the governor likes to call them. Most working families in this state cannot afford higher taxes, tolls, and fees. Working people deal with spending cuts every month when the bills come in. It is high time the morons in Annapolis take a lesson from them. The Maryland legislature is lazy and has always taken the easy way out - taxes.
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