Under Armour 4Q revenue up 25%: Under Armour, the Baltimore-based sportswear manufacturer, announced strong results Thursday for the fourth quarter and for 2012 as a whole, putting it closer to its goal of doubling net revenues from 2010 to 2013.
Legg Mason’s pick for CEO: thinking inside the box: Money manager Legg Mason Inc. is keeping it in the family at its Baltimore headquarters, opting to retain interim CEO Joseph A. Sullivan in that position permanently, officials announced Wednesday.
Northwest honored for anti-strangulation program: The Domestic Violence program at Northwest Hospital is more than a medical unit, even though the team treats victims’ injuries. It’s more than a community support service, even though staff offer crisis counseling and education campaigns.than
Former Terps star Walt Williams takes run at investment planning: Former University of Maryland basketball star Walt Williams has traded in his signature knee-high athletic socks for sleek gray suits and black loafers.
The psychology of a fan: As Baltimore basks in a purple glow ahead of the Ravens’ Super Bowl appearance Sunday, The Daily Record discussed the psychological impact of citywide “Public Displays of Fandom” with Dr. Stephen McDaniel, who studies sports and entertainment marketing and the psychology of sport at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Private sector buoys Md. job growth: Maryland is often noted for its concentration of federal dollars, workers and agencies, but employment data released Monday demonstrate that the state’s economy isn’t as dependent on Uncle Sam as many residents think.
Rifkin firm branching into PR: The governor’s former chief strategist will help launch a three-member communications group at an increasingly well-connected local law firm.
Grant funds job training program expansion on city’s West Side: JumpStart, a JOTF initiative, has done exactly what its name implies for the careers of almost 500 city residents since its inception in 2006. #maryland #business #news