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The hospitality company has teamed up with a Maria Shriver-led foundation and will begin providing envelopes in guest rooms to encourage vistitors to tip the largely unseen — and mostly female — workers.
Kevin Smith has a passion for serving his local community.
Five area business schools have appointed new deans in less than two years, just one of many changes underway in American business education.
You can already check into Marriott hotels with the touch of an app. What’s next?
Look who is moving where in the D.C. area job market.
Founders of two local, fast-growing success stories discuss brand loyalty, logos and unexpected expenses.
Apple Pay, which debuts next month, will allow users to pay for purchases using iPhones and Apple Watches.
Retirement planning includes setting yourself up to have the least amount of debt and expenses possible.
It’s disappointing that both parties are content to focus this debate on the obscure Export-Import Bank.
With an assist from hippie-friendly Takoma Park, an acupuncturist finds economic health in the spa industry.
The Standard & Poor’s 500 index is ending with its first weekly loss since early August.
A bitter fight over the controversial company raises questions about affordable housing, taxes and tenants that will crop up elsewhere.
An effort to track prescriptions online is starting to gain steam.
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If you prefer red wine to white, you’re not alone.
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Even in our highly connected digital era, author David R. Bell makes the case that the neighborhoods we live in have deep influence on how we shop.
Borrowers over the age of 65 held six times as much in federal student loans in 2013 as they did in 2005.
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Sen. Patrick Leahy wants documents returned to the online database of public court records.
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