The Daily Record: As construction continues, Seawall tweaks Lexington Market plan

Lexington Market past and future
Seawall Development told Baltimore business leaders during a Greater Baltimore Committee Newsmaker event that Lexington Market's new building’s foundation is complete.
Read More...

The Daily Record: Johns Hopkins, Loyola join partnership to help students facing tough job market

The participating schools have all pledged to proactively engage their own networks of alumni, supporters and corporate partners to help connect struggling rising seniors and graduates to experiential learning, employment and non-traditional career opportunities.
Read More...

BBJ: Racanelli, other industry leaders share insights during GBC panel

National Aquarium
The National Aquarium, along with attractions and businesses across Baltimore, shut down in March as cases of the novel coronavirus rose in Maryland. It reopened July 1 after Gov. Larry Hogan moved the state into the second phase of a three-part reopening plan.
Read More...

EMR offering kitchen equipment service special until July 31

As an effort to provide relief to businesses that are re-opening, Electric Motor Repair (EMR), is offering a kitchen equipment service special to select businesses. 
Read More...

The Daily Record: COVID-19 related supply chain woes boost Tradepoint Atlantic

The COVID-19 pandemic exposed weaknesses in the supply chains of numerous businesses across a variety of industries, which benefits the ongoing redevelopment of Sparrows Point, a Tradepoint Atlantic executive said.
Read More...

CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield to provide premium credits and other financial benefits to customers and members

CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield (CareFirst) announced June 12 that it will provide premium credits to many fully insured customers as a result of treatment disruptions related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Read More...

Maryland Matters: More Md. universities tentatively planning to reopen their campuses in the fall

Newsmaker Higher Education panelists
During an online forum June 8 sponsored by the Greater Baltimore Committee, leaders of many higher education institutions in the Baltimore area said they are pursuing a hybrid system, which combines in-person instruction with remote learning.
Read More...

GBC Newsmaker Speaker Series: Higher Education in the COVID-19 Era

Pictured above: Jay Perman, Kim Schatzel, Javier Miyares, Rev. Brian Linnane and David Wilson (left to right) What is the future of higher education? Join the Greater Baltimore Committee; Jay Perman, Chancellor University System of Maryland; Kim Schatzel, President of Towson University; Javier Miyares, President of University of Maryland Global...
Read More...

The Daily Record: Wen warns Baltimore business leaders COVID lockdown lifting too soon

Dr. Leana Wen
Former Baltimore Health Commissioner Dr. Leana Wen said she believes orders to reopen businesses throughout the nation are coming too soon and could negate gains made in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S.
Read More...