Education, health sectors prop up Baltimore business: report [Links Roundup] - Baltimore


Aug. 29, 2014 10:30 am

Education, health sectors prop up Baltimore business: report [Links Roundup]

Plus: a former Millennial Media executive lands at a French online advertising firm.

Johns Hopkins Hospital in East Baltimore.

(Photo courtesy of OLIN)


‘Eds and Meds’ crucial to Baltimore’s economy, Moody’s says [Baltimore Business Journal]: “Baltimore is going to be OK, as long as it has its big name medical centers. That’s the big takeaway from a new report by Moody’s Investors Service that looked at the economic impact large medical and education systems have on the cities where they are based.”

Maryland updates, eases business licensing, registration [MDBIZ News]: “Licensing and registering your Maryland business just got even simpler. The State of Maryland has released an updated version of its popular Central Business Licensing and Registration Portal (CBL), NIC Maryland announced Wednesday.”

Former Millennial Media exec Mollie Spilman named chief revenue officer at Criteo [Baltimore Business Journal]: “Former Millennial Media executive Mary ‘Mollie’ Spilman has been named chief revenue officer at Criteo, an online advertising company.”

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