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

Baltimore Harbor Skyline
"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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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.
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The Center Club: Public Safety in Baltimore from an Equity Perspective [Video]

Center Club Social Justice
On Feb. 5, The Center Club held a discussion on Public Safety in Baltimore from an Equity Perspective with Mayor Brandon Scott, State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby, Police Commissioner Michael Harrison and Greater Baltimore Committee President & CEO Donald Fry.
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Baltimore Sun: T. Rowe Price to move from Pratt Street in downtown Baltimore to new office in Harbor Point

The firm’s reinvestment in Baltimore should be viewed as a signal to other major companies about the city’s economic stability, said Donald C. Fry, the Greater Baltimore Committee’s president and CEO.
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BBJ: Harborplace tenants threatened with eviction if they don’t pay back rent

GBC President and CEO Don Fry said that he became frustrated with Harborplace's struggles recently because "there seems to be very little public comment from city officials about the status of the receivership or plans for the near future."
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Greater Baltimore Committee announces Mayor’s Business Recognition Awards recipients

46th Mayor's Awards
"This year's award recipients and their efforts to help others outside their normal scope of business serve as an inspiration to everyone in the city," said Donald C. Fry, President and CEO of the Greater Baltimore Committee.
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The Baltimore Sun: MTA cancels proposal to slash bus service in Baltimore after heavy criticism; will cut MARC, commuter bus service instead

Bus on the move
“This action reflects an egregious pattern of disinvestment in underserved communities in the Baltimore region where Black and Brown residents are reliant on already insufficient transit service,” said Don Fry, president and CEO of the pro-business group.
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We Stand for Racial Equity, Justice and Peace

The GBC stands with all in the Greater Baltimore community and throughout the state and nation who demand justice for George Floyd and his family.
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