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Baltimore is the top city in the U.S. for businesswomen, according to a new report by ShareFile, a cloud-based file sharing and collaboration service. Analyzing several ranking factors for the 50 largest U.S. cities, ShareFile created the Businesswomen Power City Index, which determines the best cities for women to achieve

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Does your New Year’s resolution include business-related goals—like starting a business? If getting a business up and running in 2017 is on your list, you may be wondering where to begin. Use the infographic below as a checklist of what you need to do before launching your business. Links: View Commerce

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Maryland Economy

There’s a lot of buzz these days about doing business in Maryland. Here are the facts that inspire businesses to call Maryland the “Land of Opportunity.” The Facts: #1 in the nation for innovation and entrepreneurship (U.S. Chamber of Commerce) 12th-lowest tax burden on new investment (Ernst & Young) 8th

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by Nancy McCrea, DBED Marketing & Communications With all of the focus today on creating jobs there is unprecedented interest in employment data. Who is gaining jobs and who is losing? How many jobs are being created by small businesses or by start-up businesses? Research by the Kauffman Foundation and

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by Elizabeth Affleck Carven, DBED Marketing & Communications For Albert Kirchmayr, being a chocolatier is a dream that has lasted 25 years.  His passion for chocolate making is clear as you enter his namesake retail location, Kirchmayr Chocolatier, in Timonium. The heavenly scent of fine chocolate wafts through the air. 

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by Zoe Pagonis Governor O’Malley and a delegation of 68 business, higher education and public leaders embarked on a 10-day economic development and jobs mission to Asia. The mission resulted in an immediate $85 million in direct investment into Maryland and is expected to continue to yield positive economic benefits

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