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Faraday Future employee accused of sexual harassment and cyberstalking

A newly uncovered lawsuit will go to trial late next year

Lamborghini Urus: This is what the supercar-maker's SUV looks like

Supercar makers have long known that parked next to that snarling Lamborghini, racing-red Ferrari, or stately Bentley at some of the globe's toniest addresses is a practical SUV.

Canadian auto sales may hit 2 million in 2017

The number of new cars and light trucks sold in Canada last month dipped lower compared with a year ago, but was on pace to top 2 million for the full year for the first time,

Volkswagen starts its electric car countdown

In 100 weeks' time, Volkswagen will officially launch its first I.D. car and with it, an all-out assault on the electric car market.

Brady, Curry, Newton and other top Under Armour athletes get enviable perks

Brady, Curry, Newton and other top Under Armour athletes get perks. The benefits include international travel, Super Bowl tickets and a personal chjef.

Struggling against headwinds, Under Armour navigates shifting retail shoals

Under Armour, struggling with slumping sales and profits, is looking to navigate an altered retail landscape and recover its mojo.

FCC requests additional information on Sinclair Broadcast deal to acquire

FCC requests more information on Sinclair Broadcast's planned acquisition of Tribune Media

Maryland companies raised $300 million in venture capital in 2016

Venture capitalists invested $38.3 million in Maryland companies in the fourth quarter of the year.

Small No. 2: Wavestrike serves the nation with good benefits for its employees

Those who go to work for Wavestrike choose the Annapolis Junction-based company from among the region's many cybersecurity firms because of the variety of opportunities available

The Trump administration is in danger of making a ‘huge’ mistake in Nafta talks

The Trump administration’s hard America first approach to the Nafta talks isn’t going to work, says Stefan Selig, a former Commerce official under Obama.

Lamborghini unveils 650-horsepower Urus super SUV

Lamborghini caves into market forces and the stratafied SUV competition by unveiling the Urus super sport utility vehicle.

Patterson wants Oakland Co. at center of auto future

Oakland County officials want proposals to develop an infrastructure that can talk to cars on the road.

Large No. 2: Rummel, Klepper and Kahl helps employees build on their success

Rummel, Klepper & Kahl has grown over the course of nearly 100 years from two people on Saratoga Street to more than 1,200 nationwide.

Large No. 1: At KCI Technologies, an open-door policy fosters trust

KCI’s employees are both its owners and its assets. The company stock is divvied up among all who are eligible.

HarborView Towers condo association seeks bankruptcy

The condominium owners association at the HarborView Towers has filed for bankruptcy protection from its creditors after its bank accounts were frozen amid a long-running legal

Business, political leaders celebrate small-business program in Baltimore

Business, political leaders celebrate new business program

State closes check casher

The state ordered a chain of Baltimore check cashing stores to cease operations last week because of debts owed to a money order business and three Maryland banks, according to a

Five minutes with Guy Filippelli, CEO of RedOwl Analytics

RedOwl Analytics raised $17 million that the company plans to use to expand its staff, said its founder and CEO Guy Filippelli, a West Point graduate who started the corporate

Financing options for redevelopment of Perkins Homes include controversial

Housing Authority of Baltimore City considers options for financing Perkins Homes redevelopment

Hardwired habits hamper electric cars

Early adopters enjoy ekeing out every electric mile from their battery-powered cars, but most drivers just want to stomp it.

U.S. auto sales: 2017 likely to mark first fall since Great Recession

Middling U.S. sales in November likely mean 2017 will mark the industry's first full-year sales decline since the Great Recession.

WorldCom fraud was brazen, easy to spot, experts say

The accounting scandal enveloping WorldCom Inc. grew out of a scheme so simple and brazen that top executives for the telecom giant should have known it would eventually collapse

Will the smartwatch replace the traditional watch? Retailers, experts say no

People have been shifting to new ways of telling time for years thanks to smartphones and smartwatches – including the highly anticipated launch of the Apple Watch in April. And

Maryland attorney general joins opposition to Tribune-Sinclair merger

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh filed comments Friday with the Federal Communications Commission saying ownership by Sinclair would decrease consumer choices and diversity in

Statisticians question logic of buying multiple lottery tickets as jackpot rises

As the world's richest lottery jackpot swelled to $1.5 billion, retailers reported customers trying to improve their odds by buying Powerball tickets in bulk — a practice many

Sagamore: Port Covington pushing ahead despite Under Armour slowdown

Baltimore's $5.5 billion Port Covington project is moving ahead despite a slowdown at Under Armour.

With university deals, Under Armour aims to fill in its U.S. map

Nike has signed more universities to outfitting deals, but rival Under Armour says it can succeed with a targeted approach based on identifying the most suitable partners — and

Under Armour, shipper CMA CGM both announce return to port of Baltimore

Under Armour apparel products manufactured abroad will arrive at the port of Baltimore next month for the first time in eight years under a newly signed contract with the Evergreen

Growth of online shopping spurs trade in counterfeit products

Pandora and countless other consumer product companies are dedicating resources to fight the growing problem of counterfeit trade, turning to lawsuits, law enforcement, internal

The airport of the future will have extremely complicated lines

More types of vetting means more types of passenger

Under Armour brings in new president; Plank remains CEO

Under Armour founder and CEO Kevin Plank will step back from his role of president in a management shakeup announced Tuesday.

Royal Farms quietly grows from dairy business

By securing the naming rights to the Baltimore Arena, the Baltimore conveniece store chain Royal Farms, which has grown slowly for decades, took to a bigger stage stage with its

Mars Super Markets will close all stores July 31

Mars Super Markets, a family-owned fixture in Baltimore's grocery landscape since the 1940s, will close its stores this summer, laying off hundreds of employees amid declining

State launches new program aimed at homebuyers with student loan debt

Maryland has launched a new program that will pay off student loan debt for homebuyers who purchase certain properties through the state.

I brought a self-driving car home for the holidays — and no one cared

Cadillac-loving in-laws not impressed by CT6’s advanced driver assist features

Under Armour raises the bar on digital fitness

Under Armour presented its vision of the future of fitness at the high-profile Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. First the athletic wear maker unveiled its first-ever

Under Armour reckons with backlash to CEO’s comments on Trump

Facing Backlash after Trump praise, Under Armours says: 'We engage in policy, not politics'

Under Armour co-founder takes sabbatical during transition period for company

Under Armour co-founder takes sabbatical during transition period for company

Target will close Mondawmin Mall store in February

Target will close its store in Mondawmin Mall in February, one of a dozen locations around the country slated to shut its doors.

Walmart's U.S. manufacturing push benefits Baltimore-based olive oil company

Baltimore-based Pompeian Olive Oil benefits from Walmart's U.S. manufacturing initiative