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Maryland companies announce planned merger

Maryland's State Employees Credit Union has announced plans to merge with the Anne Arundel County Employees FCU, also located in Maryland. The acquisition would increase SECU's net-worth, which currently stands at about $2.3 billion, by $81 million. SECU is Maryland's largest state-chartered credit union. SECU has conducted a number of Business acquisitions, but this would mark the credit union's first such deal in several years.

Update: Exelon-Constellation merger officially approved

A proposed $7.9 billion merger between Exelon Corporation and the Maryland based Constellation Energy has overcome its final obstacle, receiving approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. The deal was previously approved by Maryland's governor and the Maryland Public Service Commission, which oversees and regulates all Business acquisitions in the state.

Micromet shareholders seek to stop merger

A group of Micromet shareholders have requested that a pending merger between Micromet and Amgen be canceled. Amgen has offered to buy the Rockville, Maryland based Micromet for about $1.16 billion, but Micromet's shareholders say that their company has too readily accepted the terms of Amgen's proposal without trying to secure a better offer from the large biotech company.

Federal worker could win employment discrimination case

A federal worker accused a Maryland Social Security Administration officer of unfairly discriminating against her based on her age, race and sex. The woman filed an employment discrimination claim with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission after she lost a team leader position with her Social Security office in 2001. The EEOC enforces measures aimed at reducing employment discrimination throughout the United States.

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