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The developer of the popular D.C. foodie destination is pushing city officials to fund $90 million in street and infrastructure improvements to support plans to add apartments, office space, hotels and other amenities.
A federal judge on Wednesday denied a challenge to the Obama administration’s rules limiting the amount of debt students amass in career-training programs.
Money would fund overhaul of warehouse district of Northeast D.C. into neighborhood full of apartments and shops.
For the Marine Corps, the flights the F-35s have been taking around the USS Wasp for the past week have been as much a victory lap as they were training exercises.
Our rundown of news affecting start-ups and small businesses.
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John Malone, a cable industry pioneer, has a big stake in the Charter-Time Warner Cable deal.
Investigation followed earlier cases of high interest rates
COLUMN | A survey shows that more people need to learn about the college savings accounts.
The recovery is not evenly distributed, and a few factors have a major influence on whether you feel it.
If you invest in master limited partnerships, you can get stuck with a big tax bill.
Interstate views moving furniture as a skill to be mastered: “Use the legs, not the back.”
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Chinese shares dived Thursday after big gains in the past three months and other global stock markets were mostly lower as a deadline neared for cash-starved Greece to make a debt payment.
Is this what a half century of progress looks like?
“The World Cup of fraud” hinged on five businessmen, who investigators say pocketed kickbacks in exchange for media and marketing deals.
Charted: The worker death toll in Qatar.
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Corporate brands face a huge dilemma following the corruption charges and raids related to FIFA.
OMB Controller David Mader shares his thoughts on motivating employees, time management and his love of motorcycles.
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A hearing on Tuesday will give lawmakers a chance to question IRS officials about how criminals were able to access records for more than 100,000 taxpayers.
The latest grab for tax data shows identity thieves are gathering more information that can help them slip by IRS filters -- and making consumers even more vulnerable.
New report says United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights is pro-encryption, anti-backdoor.
The agency’s chairman is proposing new weapons for consumers in the war against unwanted marketing.
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