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.

    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

    More U.S. companies are closing down than starting up

    More U.S. companies are closing down than starting up

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

    Law firm Venable to move headquarters in 2017

    Law firm Venable to move headquarters in 2017

    Firm will move its 400 attorneys and staff four blocks north to new Gould Property office tower near Mount Vernon Square.

    NII Holdings files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection

    The Reston-based provider of mobile phone service in Latin America has seen its revenue, subscribers erode

    New Bethesda real estate company acquires Ohio firm for $4.3 billion

    New Bethesda real estate company acquires Ohio firm for $4.3 billion

    Combined company will own 119 properties and be headquartered in Columbus.

    Danaher takes bigger bite out of the dental business

    Washington-based conglomerate seeks to expand in its dental businesses with Swiss acquisition.

    Report: Contractors won’t benefit from U.S. strategy on Islamic State, for now

    Report: Contractors won’t benefit from U.S. strategy on Islamic State, for now

    In the long term, geopolitical crises are likely to increase defense spending levels, report says.

    Marriott’s future: 4 things to watch

    Marriott’s future: 4 things to watch

    You can already check into Marriott hotels with the touch of an app. What’s next?

    DC Brau and &pizza founders talk shop

    DC Brau and &pizza founders talk shop

    Founders of two local, fast-growing success stories discuss brand loyalty, logos and unexpected expenses.

    ‘Internet of Things’ revolution hits K Street

    ‘Internet of Things’ revolution hits K Street

    Belkin hires lobbyists to advance new products that allow people to control Crock-Pots, lights from their phones.

    Tech groups welcome Megan Smith’s appointment as CTO

    Tech groups welcome Megan Smith’s appointment as CTO

    Former Google executive could spur government to adopt new technology, trade groups say.

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    CoStar: Trends in aging, health care boost interest in medical office properties

    After mostly flying under the radar of major real estate investors, medical office property is starting to attract heightened investor interest.

    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.

    @Work Advice: Don’t go changing

    @Work Advice: Don’t go changing

    The reaction of what seems to be one myopic jerk has left a successful career woman shaken up.

    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

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