The big job cut is raising eyebrows.

Co-founder Evan Burfield cedes leadership of the company in a stock merger with Philadelphia-based Benjamin's Desk.

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They want a government that works with them and politicians who work together.

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How? By using artificial intelligence and special algorithms

There's always a supply and demand, and someone who knows how to take advantage of it.

If anyone benefits, it would probably be engineers, programmers and workers building new devices.

Peltz representatives said the long-fought struggle is too close to call.

Say hello to Columbus, Ohio

And sales are good. Very good. 

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Someday software itself is likely to experience its own 'thereness,' expert says.

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  • Oct 9
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For the fifth year, The Washington Post is looking recognize the region's top workplaces.

And that is not likely to change anytime soon.

Welcome to Insects in the Backyard.

The stake in the $2.5 billion Monumental Sports & Entertainment group would give her an influential voice in professional sports

It’s all in good fun.

And Crime as a Service owes its rise to the so-called Dark Web.

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Successful regions have figured out how to balance cuts with social investment.

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  • Oct 2
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New salary data from D.C.-area companies shows 3 percent boost in payrolls.

Sure, working with family can be trying at times. But you can't argue with the results.

Publicity stunt or not, many aren’t happy

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