Washington Business Journal
Metro will miss its Tuesday deadline to have all of its underground tunnels and stations wired for major cellphone carrier.
A study issued Wednesday says an expansion of casino gambling in Maryland will not produce the kind of revenue supporters say it will.
New York and Washington continue to rank as the top real estate investment markets in the U.S., although investment in Washington has slowed, according to Cushman & Wakefield Inc.
Developers are chafing at the Leesburg Town Council's form-based code for the Crescent District redevelopment zone south of the town's historic downtown.
Equity One Inc. has entered into a contract to acquire Westwood Complex, a 22-acre property located in Bethesda.
Montgomery and Rockville officials put their support behind a hotel project that could start as early as November and generate about $14 million for the city and county by 2030.
Melody Tavern, at 3650 S. Glebe Road, has shuttered after just one year in business.
The D.C. Health Benefit Exchange board voted Wednesday to force all companies with 50 or fewer people on their health plan to purchase insurance through the new government-run marketplace when it launches in 2014, a controversial proposal roundly criticized by a coalition of businesses.
PNC Bank is trying to capitalize on the Washington Nationals' success by luring in fans with snazzy, free baseball caps. The catch: you have to talk about your financial goals.
Kohl's Department Stores opened two new stores in the Washington area on Wednesday.
Under the District's agreement with the Washington Nationals, D.C. officials won't be receiving any free tickets to the playoffs.
WeddingWire, a wedding and event company, is the latest D.C. tech company to take a big lump of growth equity cash from an outside investor
Several vintners and local farms are challenging a Fauquier County land-use ordinance that they call an assault on economic freedom and a clear violation of state law.
T.J. Maxx and sister company HomeGoods have signed on as anchor tenants at the Shops at Georgetown Park as owner Vornado Realty Trust.
D.C.'s use tax is imposed on items purchased outside of D.C. and then brought into D.C. to be used, stored or consumed, provided the purchaser didn't pay sales tax on the item to one of the states.
The economy has taken a toll on the long planned redevelopment of D.C.’s historic Strand Theater, but the signing of a letter of intent with a discount retailer should get the project moving.
Chase's philanthropy program, launched in 2009, is awarding a total of $5 million to 196 charities nationwide this year.
A joint venture including MRP Realty plans to break ground by the end of the year on a $120 million office tower in McLean after a tenant in the project agreed to take an equity stake in part of the 300,000-square- foot building.
Maryland's unemployment rate in August rose slightly, though it was still lower than a year ago, while Virginia's August jobless rate was unchanged.
Career website Indeed.com ranks Washington the top market in the nation for computer science majors looking to land a job.
The Capital Bikeshare program has expanded to Alexandria.
Four of University of Maryland's most popular courses will be available online this spring for free.
The D.C. Council refused on Wednesday to advance a major tax break for tech investors and entrepreneurs backed by Mayor Vincent Gray, sending the proposal for further study in a tax review commission.
CVS has leased the former Safeway space at the Watergate complex in D.C. and plans to open a 13,000-square-foot store there next spring.
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The United Nations Foundation will consolidate two Washington offices into one, larger location.
For the first time this year, Georgetown University students are using their identification cards to access funds in PNC checking, savings and money market accounts.
The federal government's real estate agents apparently work up quite an appetite.