This holiday season, high-end retailers go high-tech

Diana Krahn checks out some boots on the interactive screen in the new Ugg store.

At Ugg and Burberry’s new area stores, iPads and touch screens help guide shoppers.

Love your office? Tell us about it.

Love your office? Tell us about it.

The Washington Post is looking for the top places to work in greater D.C., and we’ve extended the deadline.

Help us find the region’s most innovative companies

Help us find the region’s most innovative companies

Sixteen D.C. area companies will get to pitch their ideas during the April 29 event, held at The Post.

AstraZeneca to hire 300 workers at Maryland facility

AstraZeneca to hire 300 workers at Maryland facility

The British drugmaker has made suburban Maryland the home of its biologics research and development

First look: Rent the Runway’s new Georgetown store

First look: Rent the Runway’s new Georgetown store

The company’s first District store -- and it’s second store ever -- features 900 dresses and 500 accessories that are ready to rent.

A map view of Washington’s bid for the 2024 Olympics

A map view of Washington’s bid for the 2024 Olympics

In vision for Summer Games, unless an event needs to be outside the Beltway it probably won’t be.

USAID seeks help from ‘maker movement’ for Ebola

USAID seeks help from ‘maker movement’ for Ebola

Inventors gathered in Washington with prototypes designed to prevent the spread of the deadly virus.

Small Business Saturday takes a unique twist at local shop

Small Business Saturday takes a unique twist at local shop

She started as an employee at Salt & Sundry. On Saturday, she’ll be back in the boutique for a different reason.

How can the Washington economy go global? A few ideas.

A report by the Center for Regional Analysis says reliance on the federal goverment needs to end.

Editor’s note: Christmas traditions go high-tech

Editor’s note: Christmas traditions go high-tech

And to think, we used to fret about the commercialization of Christmas.

Commentary: Washington feels like a second-class airport city

Commentary: Washington feels like a second-class airport city

As bad as our options are, there is no indication that improvement awaits.

Republican staffers-turned-lobbyists are poised to gain better access to leadership

Republican staffers-turned-lobbyists are poised to gain better access to leadership

This month’s midterm elections cemented a party turnover in the Senate, giving Republicans control over key committees expected to shape tax reform, banking regulations and other issues that businesses will be tracking in the new Congress.

BusinessRX: Health IT for people’s pets

Pet owners love the idea of having access to their pet’s personal records. But veterinarians remain nervous about technology.

Capital Buzz: Tenable hires executive with IPO experience

Capital Buzz: Tenable hires executive with IPO experience

Also: Bethesda private equity firm American Capital is spinning out two new investment companies.

From our partners

Deltek: 3 defense training contracts for small business

The restricted competitions have a total value of $1.6 billion.

CoStar: Top office buildings selling at a premium

Suburban office buildings are trading at a lower price per square foot, but they are following the same upward trend seen in the District.

On Leadership

Anne-Marie Slaughter on forging confidence and a career

Anne-Marie Slaughter on forging confidence and a career

If your leadership style doesn’t reflect your personality, it’s not going to work.

Post 200

Post 200

A comprehensive look at the companies and organizations that made this year’s list.

Top Workplaces 2014

Top Workplaces 2014

We surveyed thousands of workers to find the top employers in the D.C. area. Find out who made the cut.

Workplace

BusinessRX: Health IT for people’s pets

Pet owners love the idea of having access to their pet’s personal records. But veterinarians remain nervous about technology.

Career Coach: Ethical lapses in leadership

Ethical issues for leaders range from clear cut to murky. But leaders need to have a moral compass to follow.

Polaris seeks COO to help stop human trafficking

Polaris seeks COO to help stop human trafficking

The District-based nonprofit is looking for a chief operating officer to manage its daily internal operations.

@Work Advice: Happy (?) Holidays

@Work Advice: Happy (?) Holidays

Summer vacation-lover is forced to take vacation over the winter holidays. Can they do that?

Capital Business on Twitter

Bringing more of Big Washington to Little Washington

The man who led the resurgence of Logan Circle is investing in the town in hopes of remaking it into a vibrant tourist destination.

An office built with millennials in mind

Accenture’s Arlington office has a heavy emphasis on flexibility, mobility and connectivity.

Not your grandmother’s milkman

How one local company is using technology that may be the best hope for the farm-to-table movement.

Washington area stock index

Who are the winners and losers in the local Washington D.C., Virginia and Maryland public trade markets? Check the Bloomberg Washington D.C. Area Stock Index for up to date performance measures.

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