The Daily Record: Four takeaways from David Wilson’s GBC appearance

Dr. David Wilson, Morgan State University
Morgan State University President David J. Wilson addressed the Greater Baltimore Committee’s Newsmaker Speaker Series on Feb. 19.
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The Baltimore Sun: Baltimore’s Legg Mason to be acquired by California investment giant Franklin Templeton

Baltimore stands to lose one of its last few remaining large public companies headquartered in the city after a California-based mutual fund giant announced a $4.5 billion deal Feb.18 to acquire Legg Mason.
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The Daily Record: Legg Mason to be bought by Franklin Resources for $4.5B

Legg Mason, one of Baltimore’s most recognizable and widely known companies, is being sold. The venerable asset management company is being bought by San Mateo, California-based Franklin Resources Inc. for $4.5 billion.
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Baltimore Women’s Advisory Board on the importance of risk-taking [Video]

The GBC met with several Baltimore Women's Advisory Board members to hear about the importance of the #bWomen initiative in advance of the group's March 18, Fearless Leadership: Take Risks and Abandon Your Comfort Zone event, to be hosted by the GBC.
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Baltimore Women’s Advisory Board’s advice to the next generation of women in the workforce [Video]

The GBC met with several Baltimore Women's Advisory Board members to hear about the importance of the #bWomen initiative in advance of the group's March 18, Fearless Leadership: Take Risks and Abandon Your Comfort Zone event, hosted by the GBC.
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Baltimore Women’s Advisory Board on diversity in top-level management [Video]

The GBC met with several Baltimore Women's Advisory Board members to hear about the importance of the #bWomen initiative in advance of the group's March 18, Fearless Leadership: Take Risks and Abandon Your Comfort Zone event, hosted by the GBC.
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Maryland Matters: ‘We Have to Get Things Moving’: Baltimore-Area Leaders Urge Transit Boost

State spending on transportation favors roads over transit, and the Washington, D.C., area over the Baltimore region, advocates for the Baltimore area complained on Feb. 12.
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The Daily Record: Advocates urge Maryland transit funding boost

A business advocacy group and elected leaders from counties in the Baltimore metro region voiced support for legislation boosting Maryland public transit funding by $500 million.
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BBJ: Maryland businesses fight to save millions in tax credits in Annapolis

Dozens of people from industries across Maryland came to Annapolis Feb. 12 to testify against a bill that would eliminate many of the state's tax credit and incentive programs.
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Baltimore Business Journal: ‘Expect the unexpected’ Maryland businesses cautious as 2020 General Assembly begins

By Holden Wilen Jan. 9, 2020 Politicians from across Maryland flock to Annapolis every year for the annual legislative session and talk about how they will be passing laws that will affect the state for generations to come. Billions of dollars are at stake as Democrats push a plan to...
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