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Reston company, which analyzes customer feedback for Marriott, Choice, will expand by 37 employees.
Our rundown of news affecting start-ups and small businesses.
Core company will center on science and technology growth; the spinoff will key on traditional manufacturing.
Verizon’s deal to buy AOL gives the pioneering online mapper a shot at new relevance.
Metro’s coming arrival may force county to reconsider expansion of blocky data centers that have fueled its economy.
Raf Casert | AP
With Greece facing a potential default in two weeks, German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday sought to add urgency to the talks between the country and its international creditors, warning that “very, very intensive work is still needed.”
There’s a fine line between assisting and enabling adult children. Start by knowing your family’s situation.
The recovery is not evenly distributed, and a few factors have a major influence on whether you feel it.
The government’s settlement with five major banks for manipulating interest rates was all show.
Based on the Fiat 500X, it is prettier and more refined than its off-road siblings, Warren Brown says.
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The stock market capped a quiet week of trading on a down note.
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Roberto A. Ferdman
Leave it to France to lead the way in the food world.
Labor leaders say they pioneered a model that others can replicate.
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The former top Army commander joins our series to talk about lessons learned over his career.
In a new survey, about a quarter of high-earners in finance said they were in some way prohibited from whistleblowing.
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Investors need to stop worrying so much, says Ken Fisher, chief executive of Fisher Investments.
People who don’t trust their instincts risk being too conservative with their cash.
In order to avoid an Aereo-like legal situation, Apple will need to conduct extensive negotiations with broadcasters — and potentially delay its product.
Former government contractor really wants the NSA to lose some spying powers.
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