Breweries are hopping on the Delmarva coast

Burley Oak's Bryan Brushmiller. (Jeffrey MacMillan for The Post)

The success of Dogfish Head, founded in 1995 in Rehoboth Beach, Del., has inspired a host of other beermakers in the Mid-Atlantic.

Developer’s plan: turn Ballston Mall inside out

Developer’s plan: turn Ballston Mall inside out

Once on the cutting edge of shopping mall design, Ballston Mall would have its roof torn off under plan by developer.

Gray aide weighs changes to Reeves Center swap for stadium land

Gray aide weighs changes to Reeves Center swap for stadium land

Gray aide weighs rules for Reeves Center redevelopment in stadium deal, but changes could raise the cost to the District.

Petitions filed to force Truland affiliates into bankruptcy

Petitions were filed in federal court asking a judge to begin Chapter 7 liquidation proceedings.

Defense giants post lower sales, mixed profits

Sales at Washington-area defense contractors fell, but profits increased as companies cut costs.

Northrop, General Dynamics see lower sales; mixed profits

Northrop, General Dynamics see lower sales; mixed profits

Both defense giants continued to trim costs to cope with a reduction in government spending.

K Street continues modest recovery

The District’s 10 largest lobby firms saw revenue creep up less than 1 percent during first half of 2014

Trumps begin work on $200 million Washington hotel

Trumps begin work on $200 million Washington hotel

Trumps plan some of the biggest hotel rooms in Washington, though they haven’t disclosed the room rates yet.

Six defining stats about Tysons as it enters the Silver Line era

Six defining stats about Tysons as it enters the Silver Line era

Fortune 500 companies are happy to move there but are people?

Patton Boggs is no longer nation’s top-earning lobby firm

Patton Boggs is no longer nation’s top-earning lobby firm

Akin Gump earned more in lobbying fees during the second quarter but is still second in year-to-date revenue.

Lockheed Martin’s sales fall as profits grow 3.5 percent

Lockheed Martin’s sales fall as profits grow 3.5 percent

Net earnings were $889 million, $2.76 per diluted share, compared to $859 million.

Washington’s biggest real estate battle is beginning to look like a blowout.

Washington’s biggest real estate battle is beginning to look like a blowout.

The race was on. And then it wasn’t.

From our partners

CEB: Yahoo’s acquisition strategy is actually a talent strategy

“Acqui-hiring” has caught on in the high-tech space because many of the most skilled programmers and developers are choosing the start-up route.

Deltek: N.Y. could change how state and local governments do business

State officials are cooking up plans for a set of IT contracts that could change the way governments purchase their technology goods and services.

CoStar: Like fads, retailers come and go

We have seen trendy stores rise and fall since before fondue was today’s cupcake, so Crumbs’s failure is nothing new for the real estate market.

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

Business Rx: When is it okay for start-up founder to give himself a salary?

Our entre­pre­neur­ship expert tackles this query and others in our monthly online chat.

Career Coach: Introverts and leadership roles

Advice for a leader who receives positive performance reviews but is often told to “come out of her shell” more.

Job of the Week: A vice president ‘who can wear many hats’

The local philanthropic heavyweight is seeking a senior leader to develop new programs, nurture partnerships with outside organizations and to track emerging trends.

@Work Advice: When no more raises are in the cards

@Work Advice: When no more raises are in the cards

What should employees who are told they make too much money do?

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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