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August 11, 2011
Colliers International, a commercial real estate firm headquartered in Columbia, named partners Matthew Haas, SIOR, and Kevin Haus managing directors and principals. Haas and Haus specialize in leasing and selling office and flex real estate throughout the Baltimore region. Haas, of Stevenson, previously was vice president of Manekin LLC after serving as president of Haas Tailoring Company, his family business. CoStar recognized Haas as Power Broker of the Year for four straight years, and the Baltimore Business Journal recognized him among the Top 25 Real Estate Brokers in Baltimore for seven years.
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October 8, 2014
Having worked closely with Exelon and its subsidiary Constellation for several years now, I wanted to share my perspective on the debate about the company's proposed merger with Pepco Holdings ( "Coalition calls for rejection of Exelon-Pepco merger," Oct. 2). Exelon has been a strong partner in the Maryland Science Center 's efforts to educate youth and the general public about the critical role of a reliable electric grid, energy efficiency, renewable power and cutting-edge technologies.
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BUSINESS
The Baltimore Sun | May 28, 2014
Bay Bank announced a partnership Wednesday with Founders Financial Securities LLC to provide the regional bank's customers with financial management and investment services. Towson-based Founders Financial will start working with the bank's investment unit, Bay Financial Services, on June 2. "Providing investment services to our customers is a natural extension of our retail product line. Our customers have expressed an interest in these solutions and we are excited to bring these value added services to them," said Russ McAtee, Bay Bank's executive vice president and chief retail banking officer.
NEWS
September 13, 2014
I couldn't agree with Susan Reimer more this time ( "Janay Rice stands by her man," Sept. 10). The new NFL policy to ban players for life tells their spouses or partners this: Shut up and keep your riches, speak up and be cut off financially forever from your career, be stripped of your accolades and shunned by your alma mater (we're forgetting Rutgers University's part in this process). What do you think these women will choose? I doubt they'll all be running to our all powerful commissioner to turn in their partners so that they can't feed their kids the next day. What the NFL needs to do is have an in-house domestic violence liaison.
EXPLORE
November 10, 2012
The Eldersburg-based company, Partnership and Inspiration for Engineering Education and Entrepreneurship (or PIE-3) recently formed a partnership with South Carroll High School to help the school form a robotics team that will eventually complete in sanctioned robotics events. PIE-3 program coordinator Thomas Milnes, has already begun working to provide materials, and has met with school advisor Sean Lee. The firm is also helping provide funds for competition kits that the students will use to create robots.
BUSINESS
By Natalie Sherman | February 12, 2014
Alex. Brown Realty, Inc. a private real estate investment manager, has bought a five-acre site in Oregon with plans for a 140-room Marriott Residence Inn. ABR and its partners, Portland-based Hillsboro Hotel Development and Texas-based Huntington Hotel Group, are in the process of securing construction permits for the property, which is about 15 miles from Portland and next to a 7,000-employee Intel Corp. campus, the partners announced Tuesday. ABR Chesapeake Fund IV, a fund sponsored by ABR, expects to have spent $8 million once the Hillsboro hotel is complete, the company said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | August 31, 2011
Since at least August, some concertgoers have been traveling to Merriweather Post Pavilion by way of the party bus company Rock & Bus. Today the concert venue formally announced a partnership. Rock & Bus, which also offers "luxury tailgate travel" to Madison Square Garden in New York and M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, will be the venue's official shuttle service. Tickets for an upcoming round trip, say, to see Incubus, cost $40. The buses have pick-up stops in Maryland, Virginia and the District.
NEWS
By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,Staff writer | April 21, 1992
A partnership hoping to buy the bingo license held by a businessman with reputed ties to organized crime figures pledged yesterday to make an honest business out of his Brooklyn Park bingo hall."
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | September 2, 2004
Salesmen, a pair of brothers, an unresolved relationship with a father. These may sound like the makings of an Arthur Miller play. But in this case, the play is Paul Bogas' Partners, the final entry in this summer's Baltimore Playwrights Festival. Miller is a tough precedent to follow, but a solid one, and Bogas is definitely on terra firma with this account of Harry and Sammy Waldman, two discontented, middle-aged brothers. For more than a quarter century, Harry has been running his late father's hat store in Brooklyn.
NEWS
By Edward Gunts, The Baltimore Sun | November 7, 2011
The Howard Hughes Corp. moved closer this month to firming up plans for an 817-unit residential development in Columbia's town center by naming two partners who well help carry out the project. Howard Hughes announced that it will be working with Kettler, of McLean, Va., a privately held company with a strong record of multi-family housing development.. Also involved with the partnership is Orchard Development of Ellicott City, founded in 1979 by Maryland home builder Earl Armiger.
SPORTS
By Childs Walker and The Baltimore Sun | August 28, 2014
A month after suspending Ravens running back Ray Rice two games for domestic violence, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell acknowledged he "didn't get it right" and announced significantly harsher penalties for players who commit abuse or sexual assault, including possible lifetime bans for second offenders. The league released its tougher stance the same day the House of Ruth Maryland and the Ravens revealed a three-year partnership that will include a $600,000 donation from the team, training for the players and staff and promotional work on behalf of the centers for abused women and children.
NEWS
August 26, 2014
I enjoyed reading and agree with Jerome Israel's commentary "The U.S. needs Russia" (Aug. 23) At a time when the entire Middle East is in chaos and aflame, it seems strange that U.S. leaders would pick a fight with Russia over Ukraine that could lead to another world war. We need to put our feet in the shoes of the Russians in order to realize why they are so upset. NATO has adopted a very aggressive stance toward Russia ever since the fall of the Berlin Wall. The alliance, which should have been disbanded in 1989, has marched relentlessly eastward, absorbing former Soviet satellites.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 15, 2014
William S. Jeffries, who rose from a clerk at Alex. Brown & Sons to managing director and partner in the venerable Baltimore financial firm, died Aug. 8 of complications from dementia at Arden Courts of Towson. The longtime Ruxton resident was 88. "Bill was the consummate professional and gentleman. He was boss, mentor, confidant and as the years passed, a wonderful lifelong friend to so many of us at Alex. Brown," said Mike Connelly, a retired managing director and partner at Alex.
HEALTH
By Meredith Cohn, The Baltimore Sun | August 13, 2014
Gilchrist Hospice Care, the largest provider of hospice services in the state, said Wednesday it has partnered with Joseph Richey Hospice, which operates the only free-standing residential facility in Baltimore City. Details of the arrangement were not disclosed by the two non-profits, but officials said Joseph Richey will now fall under the Gilchrist umbrella. Joseph Richey provides care to terminally ill patients in underserved communities, and Gilchrist's leadership expected the partnership to enhance care.
BUSINESS
By Natalie Sherman | August 6, 2014
A Baltimore-based company and its Massachusetts partner plan to build 76 more apartments at the recently acquired Reserve at Stoney Creek development in Anne Arundel County, the firms said Wednesday. Klein Enterprises and the Dolben Co., Inc. said Wednesday they purchased the Pasadena property through the Stoney Creek Phase I LLC affiliate for $15 million. The firms also have worked together on apartment projects in Fells Point and North East. The first 90 apartments opened at the Reserve at Stoney Creek, located close to Route 100 and Route 10, in 2011 and were fully leased within six months, according to a news release.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | July 31, 2014
Richard Reikenis, a founding partner and senior vice president of Century Engineering Inc., died Tuesday of cancer at his home in Phoenix, Baltimore County. He was 92. Richard Reikenis was born and raised in Alytus, Lithuania, where he graduated in 1941 from Kaunas IV Gymnasium. He began studying civil engineering at Kaunas Vytautas University, and after the Soviet Union annexed Lithuania in 1944, he moved to Germany, where he completed his engineering education at the Munich Technical University in 1948.
BUSINESS
By Timothy J. Mullaney and Timothy J. Mullaney,Sun Staff Writer | December 3, 1994
The Baltimore law firm of Weinberg and Green suffered a major defection yesterday as three partners announced they would leave the firm, including the head of Weinberg's banking and commercial law group and the head of its bankruptcy practice.Stanford D. Hess, Deborah Devan and Stanley Neuhauser will join Neuberger, Quinn, Gielen, Rubin & Gibber, a 15-lawyer firm founded in 1989 and populated by lawyers who also left larger firms.Mr. Hess is the second present or former member of Weinberg's five-person executive committee to leave the firm this fall.
BUSINESS
By David Conn and David Conn,Staff Writer | January 16, 1993
The Baltimore law firm of Piper & Marbury said yesterday that it had hired three partners from Venable, Baetjer & Howard, including the head of that firm's taxation practice.The move represents a minor coup for Piper, which has boasted a strong corporate law section that has not been matched by its tax practice. At the same time, Venable's taxation section, once nationally known, is a fraction of the size it reached in its heyday in the mid-1980s.Venable partner Stephen L. Owen, 40, who chaired Venable's tax practice for several years, joined Piper Wednesday as a partner in that firm's tax section, which is headed by Larry Katz.
SPORTS
By Louis Krauss and The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2014
This time last year, fishing partners Ivan Koretic and Logan Kuhrmann, both of Essex, were preparing for The Bass Federation and Fishing League Worldwide Quad State High School Fishing Championship. This year's version will be significantly different. After being the only team from Maryland last year, Koretic and Kuhrmann, both 16, will be joined by a handful of Maryland teams Saturday in the second annual championship on the Chesapeake Bay. "It's great that there are some more Maryland teams ... this year," Koretic said.
BUSINESS
By Natalie Sherman, The Baltimore Sun | July 11, 2014
Towson developer Caves Valley Partners placed its 1111 Light Street building on the market last month, and is asking $42 million for the Federal Hill property, which houses apartments, stores and offices for budding tech firms. The company has requested bids by the end July, said Jorge Rosa, director of Cushman & Wakefield's Multifamily Advisory Group, which is representing Caves in its sale of the building, completed in 2012 for roughly $33 million. Rosa said on Friday that the firm, which has traditionally held onto its developments, saw an opportunity to capitalize on interest in Baltimore.
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