Welcome to CapBiz A.M., your morning primer on business news with a focus on Washington.

Homeless start-ups: It’s a simple question for many entrepreneurs: “Where is your company located?” But it’s becoming more complicated for some, as even the smallest technology start-ups are spreading out across the country – a trend that creates some unique challenges not only for the firms, but for local economic development teams, too. (OSB)

No slowing down: Mergers and acquisitions among Washington area banks have been on the rise since the recession as community banks and credit unions look to expand. And that isn’t expected to change any time soon. (CAPBIZ)

Cyber pattern: Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman is starting a new global security practice under the leadership of an industry veteran, becoming the latest law firm to zero in on opportunities for cybersecurity work. (CAPBIZ)

Telecommuting on steroids: By providing a marketplace for employers to connect with far-flung talent on an as-needed basis, the entrepreneur behind these two Web sites believes they are at the heart of a revolution in the way work gets done. (WP)

Shooting for the stars: Sure, they have been used to make everything from pizzas to prosthetic hands to guns. But can 3-D printers churn out entire satellites? That’s the goal for some aerospace contractors. (CAPBIZ)

Stepping into new space: NASA is changing the way it does business, spending less on traditional contracts and partnering more with the private sector and local governments. Meet the woman leading that transition. (CAPBIZ)

Navy’s finest: The U.S. Navy on Friday released a new list of “superior suppliers” in a move intended to promote competition in the procurement arena. So, who made the cut? (WP)

Moving abroad: U.S. medical device maker Medtronic Inc. on Sunday announced plans to buy Irish rival Covidien PLC for $42.9 billion, with the former moving its executive headquarters to Ireland. Why? Look no further than the two nations’ tax rates. (REU)

An expensive entree: Priceline has announced plans to purchase OpenTable for $2.6 billion in a deal that would let the travel booking company do for restaurant reservations much of what it does for hotel bookings. (AP)

On Wall Street

Stocks suffered their first weekly loss in a month last week. All eyes will be on Janet Yellen Wednesday at the conclusion of the Federal Reserve’s Open Markets Committee’s upcoming meeting. (Get the latest updates here)

What’s on tap today

Treasury International Capital report (9:00 a.m.)

Industrial production report (9:15 a.m.)

Housing market index (10:00 a.m.)

Help: How to supercharge your company culture (ENT)

Follow: RideScout, a start-up based in D.C. and Austin, Tex.

Extra: D.C. is one (small) step closer to hosting the 2024 Olympics. (WP)