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University of Maryland law school means business

The University of Maryland has revamped its law school curriculum so students are better prepared for the job market. Students learn how to read a balance sheet and learn what it takes to start a company. 

Break a leg: Baltimore actress Liz Chuday talks 'VEEP'

The HBO comedy "VEEP" has employed nearly 1,000 extras, cast and crew during its first season of filming in Maryland. We talk to one extra, Liz Chuday, about what it's like working with Julia Louis-Dreyfus and how she got signed up by one of the world's biggest talent agencies. 

Four growing companies to watch

They make games, sell "smart" gloves, provide weather information and supply green energy. Take a look at these four innovative companies to watch.

BmoreMedia Parent Launches Sister Magazine in D.C.

Issue Media Group, the parent company of BmoreMedia, has launched a new weekly online magazine that covers innovation, development and job growth in the nation's capital. Elevation DC's first newsletter debuts Jan. 15. 

Md. Salad Dressing Company Finds Tasty Recipe for Success

A family-run salad dressing company launched three years ago during a recession. Today, Tessemae's pulls in $3 million in sales, thanks to its deal with Whole Foods. 

Maryland's Film Industry Stages a Comeback

Local film professionals had gotten used to traveling to Michigan, Louisiana and Pennsylvania to keep earning a living. Now, some are staying close to home as the state spends more money to woo movies and TV crews like the HBO series Veep, starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Take a peek at how Maryland is rolling out the red carpet.

Prototyping Teaching at Education Hack Day

What does innovation in education look like? Education Hack Day will convene problem-solvers to work on educator-submitted problems and ignite an entrepreneurial spirit in Baltimore City education.

My Baltimore's Next: Brian Sierakowski

How do we establish a "more vibrant entrepreneurial culture" here in Baltimore? For Brian Sierakowski, Director of Business Development for the Greater Baltimore Technology Council, it's all about picking the low-hanging fruit.

Video Feature: Baltimore's Manufacturing Heritage Is Alive at G. Krug & Son

Baltimore is what it is today in large part because of its deep industrial heritage. Conventional wisdom holds that much of this heritage is lost. Truth to a point, but it isn't the whole story. Witness G. Krug & Son, a stalwart Baltimore manufacturer with roots dating back to the nineteenth century and a solid grasp on what it'll take to keep thriving in a new economy.
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