MyCity4Her has actively supported more than 18 fundraising initiatives with funds they have brought in with their events. They also have helped support organizations that cater to women, children’s and family-centric issues that are in critical need of help.
Brick Bodies has grown by 30 percent every year due to their positioning as the health expert in Baltimore. Lynn Brick was also declared the “fittest women in Baltimore” by Mayor Sheila Dixon.
Bonnae Meshulam, President of Junior Achievement of Central Maryland has set an example from the top and single-handedly raised almost $1 million from the corporate community. She has also guided their board into giving funds to at-risk students, so that every child has the opportunity to learn and grow.
McCormick & Co. Inc. expects to wrap up its delayed $604 million acquisition of well-known spice maker Lawry's in the next several days. The FTC approved McCormick's acquisition of Lawry's. Spice giant McCormick will sell its Season-All business line to Chicago's, Morton Salt Group, for $15 million. That deal is also expected to close in the next several days.
Bill Riley, of Reznick Group’s Baltimore office and the Maryland Chamber’s Secretary-Treasurer, was recently elected Vice Chairman the Maryland’s Association of CPA’s board of directors.