Publication: Washington Business Journal

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Developers could be lined up by summer 2015 for Armed Forces Retirement Home remake

The Armed Forces Retirement Home could be ready to select a team this summer to remake a substantial portion of its 272-acre campus in Northwest D.C., nearly a decade since it raised the prospect of letting private developers build on an unused part of ... [Published Washington Business Journal - 8 hours ago]
First reported 11 hours ago - Updated 9 hours ago - 1 reports

Beyond Apple and Facebook: Why more Washington women are freezing their eggs

Inevitable criticism rolled in after news broke last week that both Apple and Facebook are covering egg freezing as a benefit for female employees, but at least one Washington-area company says they're on the right track.There has been a sharp increase ... [Published Washington Business Journal - 11 hours ago]
Entities: Facebook Inc, Fertility
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Maryland unemployment down, unchanged in Virginia

Unemployment rates followed the national jobless rate lower in September in 31 states, though unemployment rates were higher in eight states and unchanged in 11.Maryland's unemployment rate in September was 6.3 percent, down from 6.4 percent in August ... [Published Washington Business Journal - 12 hours ago]
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New center at Cato Institute to challenge the Fed

The Cato Institute is launching a new Center for Monetary and Financial Alternatives that will tap the talents of some locally-based legal and economic professionals.The scholars and advisory board member assembled by the Washington-based libertarian ... [Published Washington Business Journal - 11 hours ago]
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Smaller waiting rooms part of new Providence Hospital emergency room design

The new waiting rooms in Providence Hospital's expanded emergency department have gotten much smaller.And that's a good thing, officials said, as they celebrated the hospital's grand opening.The 60,000-square-foot emergency department has smaller waiting ... [Published Washington Business Journal - 11 hours ago]
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How Steve Case's 'east of the Mississippi' venture prediction is holding up (not great)

Steve Case in January predicted we'd see a big moment in venture capital in 2014: Companies east of the Mississippi River would, for the first time, out-raise their Silicon Valley counterparts.It was a bold forecast, coming off a banner year for D.C. ... [Published Washington Business Journal - 11 hours ago]
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Never been inside Lockheed Martin's littoral combat ship? Here's your chance. (Video)

Watch your head.That was among the more valuable words of wisdom shared with me prior to my tour of the future USS Milwaukee at the Marinette, Wisconsin, shipyard, where Lockheed Martin Corp.'s littoral combat ships are built. These aren't aircraft carriers. ... [Published Washington Business Journal - 11 hours ago]
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Trustee to probe whether Robert Truland paid a fair price for company artwork

Truland Group Inc. CEO Robert W. Truland bought dozens of pieces of artwork from his Reston-based electrical contracting company just four months before it suddenly shut down, and now the trustee overseeing the company's bankruptcy wants to know whether ... [Published Washington Business Journal - 11 hours ago]
Entities: Fair Price, Bankruptcy
First reported 11 hours ago - Updated 11 hours ago - 1 reports

Who makes the most in D.C. government? Check out our searchable database

Who is the highest-paid public employee in D.C.?For 2014, it's Dr. James Lyons, interim president of the University of District of Columbia, according to data provided by the District and compiled by the Washington Business Journal.Appointed in March ... [Published Washington Business Journal - 11 hours ago]
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VA awarded contracts for small business program support, both of which are being protested in federal court

The Department of Veterans Affairs awarded two contracts to meet requirements of its veteran-owned small business program — and both have since been protested in a federal court.The VA awarded two contracts to Monterey Consultants Inc. of Dayton, Ohio, ... [Published Washington Business Journal - 12 hours ago]
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Dealing with the Fort Belvoir boom: On-post employment expected to soar by 2030

Fort Belvoir, after 2005, underwent a $4 billion modernization to prepare for the influx of 17,000-plus Defense Department employees ordered there under the Base Realignment and Closure process.By 2012, as a direct result of BRAC, total employment on ... [Published Washington Business Journal - 12 hours ago]
First reported Oct 20 2014 - Updated Oct 21 2014 - 2 reports

My experience at the LCS launch, and why it was about so much more than a boat

I've done a lot of reporting about the state of the Navy's Littoral Combat Ship program — about questions over whether it will remain intact as is, about Lockheed Martin Corp.'s odds of holding on to the work that is currently the second largest program ... [Published Washington Business Journal - Oct 20 2014]

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...shifted," Matt Bergman, chair of the commercial finance practice at the Shulman Rogers, a D C firm that represents numerous local banks, told me. "It is now a borrower's market in the D C region. However, we are talking about borrowers who are bankable."

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Smaller waiting rooms part of new Providence Ho... [Published Washington Business Journal - 11 hours ago]
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