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His investment company, Tracinda, once was among the largest single shareholders of Chrysler and General Motors. His holdings also included MGM studios.
OpenGov, founded by Md. native Zac Bookman, makes government spending publicly searchable.
Sales reps compete against each other for time off, cash prizes and other incentives at MemoryBlue.
The Chantilly government contractor is looking for a CFO to work closely with the CEO and board of directors.
BlackBerry’s federal contracts for new devices have leveled, while software contracts have grown.
The company plans to help customers address legal and compliance challenges.
The director would perform appraisals of literature, and design, manage and conduct projects.
A request for information by Jan. 22 is part of a process that could end with contract awards in several years.
The company known for its candy is looking for someone to oversee regulatory compliance for Mars Symbioscience.
The continued growth suggests employers are not being sidetracked by uncertainties in Washington.