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Next up for the newly minted Merriweather District in downtown Columbia? A high-tech Nike store modeled on the brand’s newest 'innovation house'-type outposts.Nike (NYSE: NKE) has signed a lease for 12,000 square feet in One Merriweather, a new office building in downtown Columbia, the Washington Business Journal has learned. It will join tenants that owner Howard Hughes Corp. (NYSE: HHC) has been lining up for the pro...

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Baltimore County Executive John Olszewski Jr. is calling on General Motors Co. to reverse its decision to idle its White Marsh transmission plant and lay off 300 employees.GM's White Marsh plant is one of five closures in North America set to take place in 2019 as the company looks to restructure. The planned restructuring — expected to save the automaker $6 billion — has been highly criticized by local and national politicians. Gov. La...

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Instead of making big projections, the 23 executives who spoke to analysts at Under Armour's offices in Baltimore repeatedly talked about 'controlled growth' and ensuring repeatable results.

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Under Armour Inc. shares fell 11 percent in trading Wednesday as the sportswear maker hosted its first investor day in three years and issued conservative revenue projections.Analysts are skeptical of Baltimore-based Under Armour's ability to grow sales in North America. As the investor day began, CEO Kevin Plank and President Patrik Frisk spent most of the time talking about the past instead of the future. The event was closed to...

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The CEO of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida, and two other hospital administrators have resigned. The resignation of the leaders comes directly after the Tampa Bay Times exposed the dramatic increases in the hospital’s heart surgery program’s mortality rates as it had tripled between 2015 and 2017. Those that resigned included All Children’s CEO Dr. Jonathan Ellen, who has served as CEO...

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The city's renewed push for development of more affordable housing units took a giant step forward Wednesday.An 11-member commission was appointed to oversee the effort by Mayor Catherine Pugh, who established a $20 million affordable housing trust fund Wednesday by signing a law passed recently by the City Council. 'We want to make sure we have housing for anyone who lives in this city,' Pugh said. 'This is a path to liftin...

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A joint venture involving Caves Valley Partners acquired the four-story, 128,000-square-foot building from McCormick last month for $11 million.

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Morgan State University's goals over the next five years include hitting a 50 percent graduation rate and winning more sporting championships. At the start of this academic year, Morgan State's President David Wilson noted several goals for the fiscal year that included the complete renovation of a campus research center, the successful conclusion of the school's $250 million fundraising campaign, the start of the Nort...

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A proposal to create a tourism improvement district in Baltimore is headed back to committee after nearing final passage by the full City Council. Council Bill 18-0293 was sent back to the taxation, finance and economic development committee at the request of Councilwoman Sharon Green Middleton Dec. 3. The bill had advanced to third reader and was poised for final passage before being pulled back. Baltimore African American Touris...

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Kevin Yeich wants to be able to check what all the devices on his home network are doing, and if any pose a threat. His new company is developing tech that does that.

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