Donald C. Fry on economic impact of COVID-19 crisis on WBAL NewsRadio

Fry discussed Governor Hogan's decision to shut down non-essential businesses. "These are extraordinary circumstances and they call for extraordinary measures," he said. Continue reading

Letter from Md., D.C., Va. Business Community Urging Support for Stimulus

The letter expresses our commitment to working to expeditiously deliver the economic security needed during and after this health crisis, and our request to pass stimulus packages. Continue reading

Truist announces $25M COVID-19 relief measures for communities, clients and teammates

A pledge of $25 million in philanthropic support will aid with basic needs, medical supplies and financial hardship across the nation. Continue reading

4 ways businesses are encouraged to prepare for the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

As cases of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) are rising across the country, the business community continues to be impacted by the disease. Continue reading

GBC Member Companies Named as Baltimore Sun’s Top Workplaces for 2019

The Greater Baltimore Committee congratulates the following member companies for being named among the Baltimore Sun’s Top Workplaces for 2019. Continue reading

The Daily Record: Butler leaves BGE with Exelon promotion; Khouzami named new CEO

By Daily Record Staff December 4, 2019 Exelon Corporation announced Dec. 4 it has appointed Calvin G. Butler Jr., CEO of Baltimore Gas and Electric Company, as senior executive vice president of Exelon and CEO of Exelon Utilities, a role he has held on an interim basis since Oct. 15. Carim Khouzami, currently senior vice president and chief operating officer of Exelon Utilities, will replace Butler as CEO of BGE. … Continue reading

The Baltimore Sun: Behind the scenes as Morgan State’s Magnificent Marching Machine prepares for Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade

By Elizabeth Nonemaker The Baltimore Sun It’s a Tuesday evening in November. The sun set over an hour ago. Despite the wind’s bite and the dropping temperature, members of the Morgan State University marching band dash to the sidelines at Hughes Memorial Stadium to shed jackets and sweatshirts. Assistant band director Karl Stewart barks at them through a loudspeaker to hurry up: They’re running through a new formation for an … Continue reading

The Baltimore Sun: Port Covington developer will move offices to waterfront project

By Lorraine Mirabella November 20, 2019 The developer of Port Covington is moving its headquarters to the massive mixed-use project it is building in South Baltimore. Weller Development Co., lead developer of the $5.5 billion, 235-acre waterfront redevelopment, will open an office at City Garage, also in Port Covington, in January. The company is leading the project for owners Sagamore Development and New York investment bank Goldman Sachs. Its office … Continue reading

2019 Bridging the Gap Achievement Awards Winners Announced

The 2019 Bridging the Gap Achievement Awards winners were announced at an awards ceremony on November 18 at the American Visionary Art Museum. Greater Baltimore Committee President and CEO Don Fry opened the event by saying, “The Greater Baltimore Committee is honored to recognize so many outstanding companies and business leaders from the Greater Baltimore Region.” Fry explained the genesis of the Bridging the Gap program, which dates back to … Continue reading