Baltimore Sun: Employees at some Baltimore businesses are finally heading back to the office, but many will keep working from home

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"The future of the central business district is still strong," GBC's Don Fry said. "We just need to give it more attention to make sure it can be more competitive with other business hubs."
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Author Thomas Friedman to be GBC’s 66th Annual Meeting Keynote Speaker

“Thomas Friedman is a highly respected voice in journalism today and will provide his global insight on how organizations like the GBC are vital to the changing dynamics of the economy, politics, the workplace,” said Donald C. Fry. Continue reading

GBC, WBAL NewsRadio host Town Hall discussion on Post-Pandemic Economy

GBC President & CEO Donald C. Fry discussed the outlook for the Baltimore and regional economy as it recovers from the pandemic. Continue reading

Gov. Hogan announces all Marylanders 16 and older are eligible for vaccine at mass vaccination sites

Gov. Hogan announced that three more mass vaccination sites will open this week, including at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Baltimore County. Continue reading

The Daily Record: Businesses heave sigh of relief over unemployment fund — but hope for more

“Yesterday was a very encouraging day to hear the governor announce $1.1 billion to replenish the unemployment insurance fund,” Don Fry said. Continue reading

Gov. Hogan, Senate President Ferguson & Speaker Jones announce bipartisan COVID-19 relief plan

$1.1 billion will go toward replenishing the state’s unemployment insurance trust fund, keeping it solvent and stabilizing unemployment insurance rates for at least the next two calendar years. Continue reading

GBC Women’s History Month event explores Female Firsts in Maryland

The panelists shared observations about working in a male-dominated profession, what it was like to be a “first” and advice for the young women who will come after them. Continue reading