Baltimore Furniture Companies & Stores
Wolf's buys Gardiners, longtime Baltimore furniture retailer
Gardiners Furniture & Mattress, a 73-year-old family-owned retailer based in Baltimore, is being sold to a Pennsylvania-based furniture chain that plans to continue running Gardiners' five stores and distribution center, keeping all 200 of the employees.
Wolf Furniture Buys Maryland Company
BELLWOOD, BLAIR COUNTY - Wolf Furniture has purchased a Baltimore, Maryland, based furniture company after two employees at the management level are set to retire. Gardiners Furniture has entered into an agreement to sell. The company owns five stores and is 73 years old. According to the press release, the two companies share many of the same suppliers, service vendors, advertising agency ...
MiY Home's outdoor furniture invites guests to sit back and stay awhile
A stark-white lounge chair, bent and twisted like a piece of taffy, sits on the sidewalk in front of MiY Home in Baltimore’s Fells Point neighborhood. Store owners Michael Ryan Wright and Seth Barkman enjoy watching passers-by slip into the seat of this perfectly designed apparatus of...
Baltimore Company Mourns Loss of Designer
HALETHORPE, Md., March 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The David Edward Company, Ltd. announces the loss of designer Michael Graves at his home in Princeton, N.J. on March 12, 2015. Known as America's seminal architect, product designer and artist, Graves designed the Ellington Bench...
Ocean City prepares for possible arrival of Uber drivers
Ocean City officials are preparing for a possible expansion of ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft in the resort town.
Millennial Media reports big losses, but better-than-expected sales in 2014
Millennial Media's losses widened significantly in the fourth quarter of 2014 and for the full year, but its stock price rose slightly in after-hours trading as sales exceeded what Wall Street analysts had predicted, despite intense competition from Facebook and Google for advertising dollars.
Charter school to move because of unpaid bills
Students at the Inner Harbor East Academy will relocate to a temporary facility next week because the school's operator, Sojourner-Douglass College, hasn't paid the heating bill, according to city school officials.
McCormick acquires N.J.-based broth maker for $63 million
McCormick & Co. Inc. said Monday it has acquired Brand Aromatics, a privately held New Jersey-based maker of marinades and broths, for about $63 million in cash.
Baltimore's Charles Street corridor is being reborn
I walk along Charles Street because it's never dull, empty or static. Lately, I've been fascinated by a trio of animated men dressed up as Statues of Liberty. They carry advertising signboards for a tax preparation service. Its office is in a building where, more than 50 years I ago, I bought...
2 East Wells Apartments in Federal Hill Now Leasing
A major improvement to the Federal Hill neighborhood of South Baltimore being brought by Chesapeake Realty Partners is nearing completion. Formerly the site of a rather unattractive warehouse and office building, there are now 153 industrial-chic apartments and 6,000 square feet of retail space known as 2 East Wells. (PRWeb February 26, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases ...