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by Christine Hansen for MDBizMedia With the Royal Wedding just days away, millions of families across the pond and across America will be watching this historic occasion. The wedding alone is predicted to bring in as much as $1 billion into the British economy, not including the sales of memorabilia.

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Education & ResearchUncategorized

by Christine Hansen for MDBizMedia Thirty-seven percent of women among the employed population ages 25 and over obtained a bachelor’s degree or higher, compared to 35 percent of men as of 2010, according to data released by the U.S. Census Bureau today.  The report showed that among all adults 25

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by Christine Hansen for MDBizMedia Dozens of legislators, sponsors and supporters of the InvestMaryland legislation gathered last week in celebration of the bill’s passage at the end of the 2011 legislative session.  Supporters gathered at the Chesapeake Innovation Center to recognize the efforts of those who helped push the bill

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Manufacturing & ProductionProfiles

by Christine Hansen for MDBizMedia After Christmas, the busiest shopping days for most businesses are typically over. But as the December holidays draw to a close, Mary Sue Candies wraps up their Christmas production to prepare for its busiest season of the year: Easter. For over 50 years, the Baltimore-based

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Education & ResearchEventsIndustry NewsInformation & TechnologyUncategorized

by Christine Hansen for MDBizMedia State, local and federal officials, including Governor Martin O’Malley, U.S. Senator Barbara A. Mikulski and Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, today gathered at UMBC’s bwtech campus to open the new Advantage Incubator, Maryland’s first incubator dedicated exclusively to cybersecurity technologies and companies. The Incubator has

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First Time Rate Below 7 Percent in 2 Years The Bureau of Labor Statistics today reported that Maryland’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped to 6.9 percent from 7.1 percent as the number of employed Marylanders jumped by nearly 12,000. Maryland’s unemployment rate remains below the national average, 8.8 percent. “The

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