Kevin Plank

Kevin Plank The Under Armour CEO's power seems to be on the steady increase, as he revealed plans last week for a massive UA campus in South Baltimore's Port Covington that he hoped would transform it into an "old port city," beginning with Sagamore Spirits whiskey distillery and restaurant and to ultimately include a giant retail store, offices, and housing. But with UA's profits and market position on the rise, why does Plank need "taxpayer help" to build his new city?
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