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June 20, 2013

Autumn Sadovnik has been appointed director of lifelong learning at the Edward A. Myerberg Center. Sadovnik will oversee the center’s curriculum for older adults, including health and fitness, fine arts and new technologies. Most recently, Sadovnik served as director of professional development and congregational school liaison at the Louise D. and Morton J. Macks Center CONTINUE »

BY Jon Goldman
June 20, 2013

Since its inception, The Walt Disney Company has been built on a set of core values that continue today to guide every employee and executive. What is guiding your company? Seems like a simple question, right? Yet, in my experience, very few small-business, or even midsize-business owners, can give a succinct answer. “It depends,” they’ll CONTINUE »

BY Elliot D. Lasson
June 20, 2013

A recent report by the Brookings Institution indicated that roughly a quarter of the jobs in the Baltimore area are STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). I have observed that in the U.S., with the Jewish community being no different, we love technology. Smartphones, tablets, laptops. We love to buy and use the stuff — CONTINUE »

Baltimore native launches international translation service
BY Ron Snyder
June 20, 2013

Ryan Frankel turned a potentially dangerous health situation into something lucrative. A few years ago, Frankel was on a trip to China when he fell violently ill. He staggered into a pharmacy, but the pharmacist spoke no English, and Frankel tried in vain to describe his symptoms. Frustrated, Frankel eventually made his way back to CONTINUE »

BY Brian Sacks
May 28, 2013

Before you read this, please do me a favor. It will only take a minute, but it will quickly show you why reading this one article will help you grow your profits. Step 1: Take out your cell phone. In 2011, according to Gartner (a technology research company), there were more mobile devices shipped than CONTINUE »