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Jason Pappas joins RocketDocs as CEO, plans to move software company’s HQ to Harbor East

The company, currently based in Frederick, is looking to grow its product that helps large firms accurately fulfill information requests.

Gliknik receives $15M payment from Pfizer after reaching clinical milestone

Nest Collaborative is offering lactation support via video chat

Tsao Baltimore dives into local history with second line of watches

Why this Millersville company sees the new Buy Maryland Cybersecurity Tax Credit as a tool for growth

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Facet Wealth, BurnAlong and Terbium Labs are hiring at NET/WORK Baltimore. Will you be there?

Here’s a look at the jobs and skills being sought at 6 Baltimore tech companies

Mentoring at a hackathon can be just as educational as joining a team

Balti Virtual brought augmented reality to a downtown mural — with help from Ellen

Baltimore

StraighterLine

Director of Product Management (Programs)

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Baltimore, MD

SmartLogic

Product Designer

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Baltimore, MD 21201

Agora Financial

Jr. Project Manager / Business Analyst

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Baltimore libraries team up on entrepreneur academy

AURP’s Brian Darmody looks to make College Park office a hub for research parks

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Public safety alert app Citizen launches in Baltimore

Reclaiming the hiring process might be the new/old business model to sustain local news

Millennial Media alum Matt Gillis joins Clean Creative as CEO

How web-based creators are influencing the economy

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iVeia

Software Engineer (Embedded/SoC)

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Baltimore, MD

SmartLogic

Developer

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Baltimore, MD 21201

The Oxford Club

Web Developer

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The Cordish Companies have plans for an $80M office tower in Philadelphia

9 impact models built at GiveBackHack Baltimore to spread art, music and support for refugees

JPMorgan Chase is expanding its Entrepreneurs of Color Fund to offer loans in Baltimore

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The Washington Post is reprogramming the way news breaks

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