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Marlin Steel’s high-tech manufacturing and big-name clietele belie its Baltimore industrial park digs.

Civilian agencies in a state of partial government shutdown are ordering some contractors to halt work, with little indication what happens next.

A long-running dispute over the Pentagon’s $10 billion cloud-computing effort is coming to a head in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.

It is the latest aggressive move for the Maryland-based company as it seeks to become a $1 billion pharmaceutical manufacturer.

The Defense Department’s decision to use a single company for one of its largest cloud-computing contracts has ignited fierce competition among firms vying for it.

The metropolitan area added more than 50,000 jobs in the one-year period that ended in June.

When the original manufacturer stopped making the part, the military paid dearly for replacements. But now it can rely on 3-D printing for the part, a $300 option.

Under a one-year contract with Chicago-based start-up Uptake, the U.S. Army will test AI algorithms to monitor Bradley combat vehicles.

The company operates an investment platform that is based on fees rather than interest.

These 150 organizations received high marks on a survey for policies that make workers feel happy and fulfilled.

Some of the best workplaces really push the envelope when it comes to creative benefits.

A dog named Zappa sits in on meetings at Fundrise, a D.C.-based real estate start-up.

This is how Octo Consulting got a data-mining tool to identify employee skill sets.

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association has a support group.

One of Macedon Tech’s recruiters is a former tour boat captain with no technology in his background.

They have more in common than you might think.

Workers care about getting a fat paycheck, but it’s far from the most important factor in job satisfaction, according to the latest Top Workplaces findings.

The review gathered responses on a variety of workplace factors, including how well staff members work toward a common cause.

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A commercially useful quantum computer has not yet been demonstrated, but industry advocates are pushing for coordinated federal action to help develop one.

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