The training facility is being updated to attract more private sector business.
More than 400 financial institutions around the world now use video teller machines.
Jeans can be a tough sell in suited-up Washington, says the founder of the boutique Liquid Blue.
Revenue, meanwhile, slipped 3 percent to $5.37 billion for the McLean-based banking giant.
Venus Williams, who owns local franchising rights, opened the area’s fourth location last week.
LaserShip, the largest delivery company on the east coast, is based in Vienna.
A survey of small and midsize businesses shows that only 25 percent are feeling optimistic.
The California company is opening 23 local stores in the next three months.
The company is taking over (and reimagining) nearly two dozen former Caribou Coffee locations.
The Frederick institution, established in 2008 during the Great Recession, is Maryland’s newest bank.
The product, which keeps clothing from falling out of laundry baskets, will be sold at Bed, Bath & Beyond.
Mervis Diamond has begun relying on repetitive Internet advertising to woo new customers.
The McLean bank is returning money to investors after receiving a clean bill of health from the Fed.
The partnership with a Beijing media firm is part of Discovery’s efforts to boost its international presence.
BBGM, a boutique architecture firm with 30 employees, has designed dozens of D.C.’s largest hotels.
A look at three projects by the D.C.-based boutique architecture and design firm.
Locally, 27% of teenagers between the ages of 16 and 19 had a job as of 2012, down from 38% in 2000.
Baskervill picked for AC Hotels by Marriott, which will target young travelers.
Firm behind 10 D.C. area restaurants to get advice from veterans of OSI, Outback Steakhouse, Apex Systems.
The McLean bank has signed on as co-owner of ClearXchange.
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.