Guests will eventually be able to use the app to unlock the door to their room.
The majority of new shops in Tysons are gyms, grocery stores and eateries — not traditional retailers.
Eagle Bank, Capital One, Sonabank and Severn Savings Bank all posted rising profits.
Rooms at the Even Hotel have yoga mats and exercise balls, while the restaurant caters to a variety of diets.
Collegiate Glamour, founded in 2011, creates trendy college gear, including maxi dresses and saddle pads.
The brewer chats about his company’s new inn, vinegar and beer ice cream and his favorite brews.
The success of Dogfish Head, founded in 1995 in Rehoboth Beach, Del., has inspired a host of other beermakers in the Mid-Atlantic.
Revenue, meanwhile, dipped for the third consecutive quarter.
Four locations in Northern Virginia -- each with its own Elvis shrine -- are currently in the works.
Soccer fans crowd local gathering spots to watch matches — and fill cash registers.
Industree Exchange is aimed at local restaurants and bars with 100+ employees.
Custom Fuel opened its third area location last week, and has plans to open up to 40 more eateries in the Washington area.
Columbia-based maker of hot-cold packs will keep its operations in the Washington area.
The week of the Fourth, you should be thinking fireworks.
The Hyatt Place Washington D.C./U.S. Capitol is the third hotel to open in the District’s up-and-coming NoMa neighborhood.
The store, founded in 1980, specializes in fine China, crystal and other giftware.
The area’s highest-paid executive at a public company made $38.22 million in 2013.
About 200 people attended the Tuesday ceremony, which included a root beer toast.
Demand for bank acquisitions has remained steady, but analysts say supply is dwindling.
Eric F. Billings announced this week that he is leaving the investment firm he helped found 25 years ago.
Abha Bhattarai covers local banking, retail and hospitality for The Washington Post’s Capital Business section. Abha graduated from The Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, and has written for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Forbes.com and the St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times. She lives in Washington, D.C.