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.
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.
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.
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."
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.
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.