With Silver Line, will people live in Tysons?

The Ascent at Spring Hill Station in Tysons West. (N. Wright/Capital Business)

Tysons already has a city’s worth of office space, shopping and jobs. Until recently, it hardly had any people.

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Dealmaker quits Carlyle and big future to chase a dream

Dealmaker quits Carlyle and big future to chase a dream

Johnson charts a path from Anacostia to Carlyle, with stops at Princeton and Harvard, then walks away.

With Silver Line, will people live in Tysons?

With Silver Line, will people live in Tysons?

Tysons already has a city’s worth of office space, shopping and jobs. Until recently, it hardly had any people.

Meet Horacio Rozanski, the man who will steer Booz Allen Hamilton into the future

Meet Horacio Rozanski, the man who will steer Booz Allen Hamilton into the future

Rozanski tells Capital Business his vision for Booz Allen, and the leadership lesson he learned from Ralph Shrader.

D.C.-area appointments for July 28

Here’s a look at who is moving where in the greater Washington job market.

New ADG Creative COO fears being pigeonholed

Nate Bailey made career pivots from naval intelligence to school fundraising to advertising.

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Michelle Singletary

Michelle Singletary

Want to reduce your health-care costs? Get moving.

Keeping physically fit helps you stay fiscally fit, too.

Barry Ritholtz

Barry Ritholtz

So you’re the world’s greatest trader? Taxes will fix that.

Traders pay a tax of 30 percent or more on short-term capital gains. Passive indexers come out ahead.

Thomas Heath

Thomas Heath

Dealmaker quits Carlyle and big future to chase a dream

Johnson charts a path from Anacostia to Carlyle, with stops at Princeton and Harvard, then walks away.

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Worries about US consumers drag stocks lower

Worries about US consumers drag stocks lower

Investors got some bad news about the American shopper on Friday, driving down stocks and sending the Dow Jones industrial average to a loss for the week.

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Wonkbook: With four days until recesss, a breakthrough on VA reform

Wonkbook: With four days until recesss, a breakthrough on VA reform

Amid a pile of unfinished bills, a breakthrough on VA reform

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Britain’s economy is finally bigger than it was in 2008. What took so long?

Britain’s economy is finally bigger than it was in 2008. What took so long?

Britain had a big boom, a big bust, and big austerity. But now its GDP is finally back to where it was in 2008.

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In an improving economy, is age discrimination getting better or worse?

In an improving economy, is age discrimination getting better or worse?

The answer, of course, is that it’s complicated.

American Apparel names a new board without Dov Charney

American Apparel names a new board without Dov Charney

Four new directors--including its first female director--will be added to the board of a company that has been engulfed in a highly public leadership battle.

For women and minorities, advocating for diversity has a downside

For women and minorities, advocating for diversity has a downside

A new research study finds that women and minorities are penalized for being good at managing diverse groups or respecting gender or racial differences at work

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The Switchboard: Cellphone unlocking bill on track to become law

The Switchboard: Cellphone unlocking bill on track to become law

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How spy agencies keep their ‘toys’ from law enforcement

How spy agencies keep their ‘toys’ from law enforcement

The most sophisticated surveillance technologies are not always available to law enforcement because they are classified, current and former officials say.

SpaceX’s lawsuit against the Air Force is gaining steam

SpaceX’s lawsuit against the Air Force is gaining steam

A federal judge has ordered a review of United Launch Alliance’s controversial contract with the U.S. Air Force to put military payloads into orbit.

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