With Silver Line, will people live in Tysons?

The Ascent at Spring Hill Station in Tysons West. (N. Wright/Capital Business)

Tysons already has a city’s worth of office space, shopping and jobs. Until recently, it hardly had any people.

Marriott profit rises 7 percent in second quarter

Marriott profit rises 7 percent in second quarter

The World Cup helped boost earnings for the Bethesda-based hotel company.

List narrows for future FBI headquarters: Greenbelt, Landover or Springfield.

The FBI is likely headed out of the District for one of three suburban locations.

Wes Bush: ‘One size does not fit all’ for Pentagon buying

Wes Bush: ‘One size does not fit all’ for Pentagon buying

Northrop Grumman’s chief executive says contracting officials should be given more flexibility.

Hilton to roll out a room reservation app across its brands

Hilton to roll out a room reservation app across its brands

Guests will eventually be able to use the app to unlock the door to their room.

Meet Horacio Rozanski, the man who will steer Booz Allen Hamilton into the future

Meet Horacio Rozanski, the man who will steer Booz Allen Hamilton into the future

Rozanski tells Capital Business his vision for Booz Allen, and the leadership lesson he learned from Ralph Shrader.

At Marriott International, your hotel stay is going high tech

At Marriott International, your hotel stay is going high tech

The Bethesda-based hotel giant is incorporating technology into every aspect of its business, official says.

A lawyer for sundaes, floats and frozen custard

A lawyer for sundaes, floats and frozen custard

A K Street lawyer and his dessert entrepreneur client share love of milkshakes, custard.

Georgetown’s Modus Health steps out on its own

CAPITAL BUZZ | The firm is off and running in the current market for wearable health-tracking devices like FitBit and Jawbone.

Editor’s note: Farewell Tysons, it was nice knowing you.

Editor’s note: Farewell Tysons, it was nice knowing you.

The edge city I watched grow is about to change--- again.

The Download: NextNav finds its way to $70 million

The company, which provides global positioning services inside buildings, raised its fourth round from investors.

LivingSocial today is smaller in size but losing less money

LivingSocial today is smaller in size but losing less money

The company posted narrowed losses for the second quarter but also saw a decline in total revenue.

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: Strategic sourcing is transforming government technology buying

IT spending will be increasingly directed through these contracts as agencies adjust to a new, lower budget baseline.

CoStar: Gulf widens for office building prices

This indicates that investors will pay up for product in downtown D.C., but do not value the suburbs as much.

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: How should a start-up train its volunteers?

An experts advises thinking about the components of the in-person training and breaking them into scalable parts.

Career Coach: Shaping your future

As we bend to pressures of the moment, the gap between our aspirations and the reality of our present situation widens. It may seem easier to simply cope, but with coping we forfeit the future.

Job of the week: Cvent adding leader to help it hang onto customers

Cvent is adding a new role for vice president of account management amid a broader hiring push that will bring the company 500 new employees.

@Work Advice: ‘Is that legal?’ Karla, advisers weigh in.

@Work Advice: ‘Is that legal?’ Karla, advisers weigh in.

Employees wonder about spousal surcharges for health insurance and posting vacation plans for all to see.

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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