Food desert no more: The tightening battle for D.C. grocery shoppers

Four grocery stores recently opened in the same D.C. neighborhood. How do they stack up?

    Food delivery service OrderUp gets $7M from local backers

    Revolution, former LivingSocial exec Tim O’Shaughnessy invested money in the Baltimore-based company

    Samsung to pay $2.3M to settle False Claims charges

    Samsung to pay $2.3M to settle False Claims charges

    Samsung settles charges that it misled resellers who sold federal agencies products made in China.

    Maryland bleeds jobs, D.C. and Virginia back to slow gains

    Just when it seemed the region was on the verge of a turnaround, fresh data dashes those hopes.

    Metro picks developer for Brookland property

    Companies tapped to build 280 apartments and retail near Red Line station in Northeast.

    Lockheed Martin awarded contract to test Iron Man-type exoskeletons

    Lockheed Martin awarded contract to test Iron Man-type exoskeletons

    The exoskeleton resembles a motion-capture suit or a watered-down Iron Man costume.

    The most promising woman-owned firm? You decide.

    The most promising woman-owned firm? You decide.

    The competition has been whittled down to eight finalists. Check out their pitch videos and cast your vote help us select the winner.

    Movie theater owners bracing for new disabilitiy rules

    Movie theater owners bracing for new disabilitiy rules

    New devices help patrons with vision or hearing impairments enjoy the movies. But how many should each theater have on hand?

    Innovator: The business conference is increasingly mobile

    Innovator: The business conference is increasingly mobile

    Chuck Ghoorah is the co-founder of McLean-based Cvent. The company is investing in mobile apps for events.

    Like a gym membership. But for your skin.

    Like a gym membership. But for your skin.

    Two years after its founding, Bethesda’s Blush Med Institute is looking to expand nationally.

    Dentons creates ‘space law’ group

    Dentons creates ‘space law’ group

    Led by trio from Jones Day, the group represents manufacturers, operators and investors of satellites.

    Health lobby shop tests out new consulting model

    Health lobby shop tests out new consulting model

    District Policy Group has taken the unusual step of adding outside consultants to advisory board.

    From our partners

    Talent Matters: Are you ready for the coming IT talent crisis?

    We estimate that 97 percent of roles in IT will undergo change in the next few years. And chief information officers will need six new roles that don’t exist today.

    Deltek: FirstNet wireless broadband network moving forward

    With $7 billion allocated, the First Responder Network Authority is drawing plenty of attention from public safety companies.

    CoStar: Silver Line is boosting office market in Tysons

    Will the commuting advantages brought by public rail serve as a catalyst for lots more office space?

    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 to improve or launch a start-up

    Advice on sizing up your customer base, naming your company and more.

    Career Coach: Let feedback work for you

    We’ve all heard that feedback is good for us and helps us to develop. Yet still we react poorly to just the thought of getting criticism.

    Job of the Week: Social Tables is looking for a VP of People to scale up workplace culture

    At D.C. tech start-up Social Tables, chief executive Dan Berger believes workplace culture is as important as the product.

    @Work Advice: To protect, serve — and be paid differently

    @Work Advice: To protect, serve — and be paid differently

    A police officer wonders why first responders operate under different rules regarding overtime.

    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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