Meet the new faces of Washington business education

From right to left, Sarah Nutter of George Mason University, Andrew Abela of Catholic University and Alexander J. Triantis of the University of Maryland.

Five area business schools have appointed new deans in less than two years, just one of many changes underway in American business education.

    Anacostia cafe serves up expansion

    Anacostia cafe serves up expansion

    Armed with a $85,000 grant from the District, the Domku owner looks to replicate her success in Petworth.

    CIO VanRoekel steps down, returns to USAID

    Deputy administrator Lisa Schlosser will serve as interim CIO.

    Pentagon effort seeks to retain U.S.’s technological edge

    Pentagon effort seeks to retain U.S.’s technological edge

    Concerned that the U.S. is losing ground to Russia and China, the Pentagon is promoting industry innovation.

    Buzzard Point neighbors seek benefits from D.C. United stadium

    Buzzard Point neighbors seek benefits from D.C. United stadium

    Residents of Southwest request $5 million in job training and housing assistance from $300 million proposed stadium deal.

    What defense contractors should know about the Pentagon’s new program

    What defense contractors should know about the Pentagon’s new program

    Here are four major takeaways from the Pentagon’s Better Buying Power 3.0 program.

    What’s keeping Crystal City from becoming a tech hub? How about a bar

    What’s keeping Crystal City from becoming a tech hub? How about a bar

    Developer in Crystal City answers the call for thirsty tech workers.

    Bankrupt Truland Group continues auctioning assets

    The Reston-based electrical contractor filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in July.

    DynCorp sued for breach of contract by subcontractor

    The lawsuit is the latest blow to a company that is already having a bad year.

    Boggs’ passing comes at a time his firm is trying to rebuild

    Boggs’ passing comes at a time his firm is trying to rebuild

    Leaders at Squire Patton Boggs say succession plan in lobbying group will continue unchanged

    Legal industry start-up Lateral.ly hopes to replace headhunters

    Legal industry start-up Lateral.ly hopes to replace headhunters

    Similar to online dating for the legal business, start-up Lateral.ly aims to replace headhunters with its online job-searching platform

    Business deaths now outpace births

    Business deaths now outpace births

    During a hearing, experts urged lawmakers to adopt policies that are more friendly to new and young firms.

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    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.

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    BusinessRX: A balance between government and commercial work

    BusinessRX: A balance between government and commercial work

    Nexight Group is a technical and management consulting firm that’s trying to straddle the divide between government and commercial work.

    Career Coach: Helping military veterans succeed

    With so many active duty personnel returning to civilian life, the potential payoffs are huge.

    Phoenix Bikes seeks executive director to be the group’s public face

    The program has graduated hundreds of youth who have collectively built and refurbished more than 1,500 bikes.

    The more we get together ...

    The more we get together ...

    Telecommuters are not happy about their boss’s video streaming plan.

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    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

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