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City Council Approves $660 Million Port Covington Deal

BALTIMORE (WJZ) —  Baltimore City Council approved the hotly contested $660 million deal to develop Port Covington on Monday evening. The deal passed with only one council member voting “no” and two abstaining, the rest approving the development. 411 more words


President Obama Tees Off With Under Armour's Kevin Plank

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — President Obama was back on the green in Baltimore County this weekend with a familiar golf partner.

The President tee-ed off with Under Armor Executive Kevin Plank Saturday morning.  86 more words


Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank Wants Public Financing for Port Covington Project

BALTIMORE (WJZ)— Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank wrote a letter to the City asking for public financing for the massive redevelopment project in Port Covington. 233 more words


Under Armour's Kevin Plank To Buy Baltimore Water-Taxi Company

Under Armour chairman and CEO Kevin Plank has made a move to buy Baltimore’s Inner Harbor water-taxi company, Harbor Boating Inc.

Sagamore Ventures, Plank’s investment firm, will purchase the company, which operates boats making stops along the city’s waterfront. 219 more words

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Under Armour Founder To Take Over Baltimore Water Taxis

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank is getting into the boating industry.

Plank’s Sagamore Ventures firm–which has recently branched into racing, real estate and whisky– is set to acquire the company that operates Baltimore’s water taxis, Harbor Boating, Inc., according to a Tuesday news release. 188 more words


Under Armour Makes More Executive Moves

Under Armour’s Kevin Plank is at it again. The company founder, who has a penchant for regularly shuffling his executive ranks, made more changes on Thursday. 228 more words

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Hundreds Pack City Council Hearing On Port Covington Project

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Hundreds packed it in for a City Council hearing on the Port Covington development project, WJZ’s Rick Ritter reports. The project is focused on helping South Baltimore grow–but not everyone is on board. 338 more words