DLA Piper, Greater Baltimore’s second-largest law firm, was mentioned in the Baltimore Business Journal for a global revenue climb 18.7 percent in 2007 over the previous year.
According to the Baltimore Business Journal, AT&T has begun offering fixed-price plans to accommodate those who use wireless communications as their only phone line. The current plan will cost $99 per month.
In Motion Advertising was profiled in The Sun for its unique way of attracting motorist attention and to take advantage of the long commutes of local residents. In Motion Trucks have 6-foot-high messages on three sides that change frequently, often are accompanied by blaring music and can be designed for interaction. Mobile billboards are helping to make transit advertising one of the industry's fastest growing segments. (Call your Accredited Business Hotline at 410-400-4BBB to find out how to advertise with In Motion through BBB's co-op plan)
Venable LLP is moving its office and its 460 workers from Hopkins Plaza to along the Pratt St. corridor.
McCormick & Co.’s CEO, Alan Wilson, saw his salary rise by roughly a fourth, to $541,000 after taking on his new duties as president in late 2006. His bonus rose by more than 40 percent to $700,000 after taking on the additional role as CEO on Jan. 1. All together -- counting stock, options and other benefits -- Wilson took home nearly $2 million last year.
Congrats to SmartCEO’s Future 50!
The following Accredited Businesses were honored by SmartCEO magazine as Baltimore’s Future 50:
Brick Bodies Fitness Services, Inc.
Business Health Services
Comfort Systems USA-Baltimore
Debt Shield, Inc.
The Signature Group
Travel Advantage Network