Ground broken on 44-acre BWI Technology Park II [Baltimore Business Journal]: “BWI Technology Park II is slated to include 270,000 square feet of office, flex and retail space that could accommodate 1,500 workers.”
AOL stock nearly triples this year [Bloomberg]: “After adding more than 4 percent last week, AOL’s shares have almost tripled in the past 12 months, eclipsing the performance of Apple Inc., Google Inc. and Microsoft Corp.”
Sarge Salman on Baltimore’s second Startup weekend [GBTC]: “Andrew Hazlett of gb.tc talks with Sarge Salman about Baltimore’s recent Startup Weekend and the lean approach to startups.”
While Apple and Google bicker, Knight invests in open maps [Nieman Journalism Lab]: “Like Wikipedia, OpenStreetMap is a map that anyone can edit. The data comes from volunteers who use GPS devices or just local knowledge to map their environments.”
Posh Retro clothing store debuts in Federal Hill [Bmore Media]: “The business owner donates about 15 percent of each customer’s purchase to Mission: Launch, Inc., a Baltimore nonprofit that assists job seekers once they have been released from prison.
Annapolis software maker Zenoss completes $25M Series C funding [Baltimore Business Journal]: “The company plans to use the capital to accelerate development of the company’s network management and operations software, executives said.”