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It hopes to woo Silicon Valley, but whether it can is an open question.
Agency has sparked debate among traditional Republicans and tea party.
Opposition to what many in tea party call a symbol of “crony capitalism” has been building for years.
The team recently hired McGuireWoods Consulting to help with the name controversy.
In the world of mergers, economists find their expertise can be profitable for companies and themselves.
Flip flips, frigid AC and other seasonal challenges of staying work-appropriate as temperatures rise.
As the temperature rises, Washington office-dwellers contend with dress codes that govern how to stay cool.
The deal to create Squire Patton Boggs marks the end of an era in the changing influence industry.
The newly combined firm brings together Squire Sanders’ 1,300 lawyers with Patton’s’ 330 attorneys.