Thomas Heath

ReporterWashington, D.C.

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The utilities “remain convinced” the proposed $6.4 billion deal serves ratepayers.

  • Aug 31, 2015

After tearful drop-off for his own son, “I get it now,” says George Mason University President Angel Cabrera.

  • Aug 29, 2015

Three-member public service commission unanimously denies the application, saying it is not in the best interests of the ratepayers.

  • Aug 25, 2015

Steve Canton inks deal for $92 million in cash, promising a big payday.

  • Aug 24, 2015

Knowing your customer can mean breaking some hearts, the $9,000 Hermes Birkin bag notwithstanding.

  • Aug 23, 2015

The D.C.-based bank doctor agrees to pay $15 million and abstain from some consulting work for six months.

  • Aug 18, 2015

Promontory Financial Group faces action that could block its ability to work with other banks.

  • Aug 17, 2015

Rockville money manager sells to Bronfman E.L. Rothschild; he will run joint firm with $3.6 billion in investor assets.

  • Aug 16, 2015

Ntiva’s founder was mistaken for a retail clerk; that led to a $15 million company

  • Aug 9, 2015

No more Phonebooth? An official said Monumental Sports & Entertainment has assumed for several years that it would need to find a new sponsor for the arena.

  • May 18, 2015
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About
Thomas Heath is a local business reporter and columnist, writing about entrepreneurs and various companies big and small in the Washington Metropolitan area. Previously, he wrote about the business of sports for The Post’s sports section for most of a decade. He has also covered local news, including the Maryland General Assembly and investigative work in Fairfax county. He has served as a correspondent for Newsweek and The Post, participating in coverage of the Oklahoma City bombing, the Unabomber and the O.J. Simpson trial. Heath was born and raised in Syracuse, N.Y., where he attended Catholic schools. He is a graduate of Fordham University and was a 2001-2002 fellow at Columbia University’s Knight/Bagehot business fellowship program.
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