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More business grads opt for tech jobs [Links]

"In fact, for the first time, more Stanford Graduate School of Business grads this year chose tech jobs over finance jobs, the Wall Street Journal reports."

More business grads ditch finance, opt for tech jobs [Baltimore Business Journal]: “In fact, for the first time, more Stanford Graduate School of Business grads this year chose tech jobs over finance jobs, the Wall Street Journal reports.”
Dynis appeals to mayor to let it “re-price” its water meter contract [Baltimore Brew]: “With just one abstention (Comptroller Joan Pratt) the Board of Estimates approved Itron’s bid on the high-stakes water meter contract. The vote came amid objections by Dynis, whose bid was fully $100 million higher than Itron’s.”
City, state officials spar over tax errors at hearing [Baltimore Sun]: “A discussion about the nuances of commercial assessments gave way to a spirited back-and-forth over who bears responsibility for chronic errors in miscalculating tax credits. City finance officials even scrapped their presentation after saying that a state official caught them off guard with his criticism.”
City planning department approves $17M conversion of historic Hampden mill [Bmore Media]: “[T]he building at 3300 Clipper Mill Road, about 100,000 square feet in size, will be divided into thirds for the different uses — one-third for apartments, one-third for offices and one-third for restaurant/retail.”

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