Washington Business Journal
Patrick Kelly thought he had the day off Friday, until he heard the news from the Vatican press that Pope John Paul II had been cleared for sainthood. That's when the calls and emails to Kelly, executive director of the Blessed John Paul II Shrine in the District, started pouring in.
Toki Underground chef/owner Erik Bruner-Yang will move ahead with a pop-up of his forthcoming market and restaurant, Maketto.
The city of Alexandria has received an unsolicited proposal to turn the 15-acre Hensley Park, between Eisenhower Avenue and the Capital Beltway, into a massive sports and entertainment complex featuring baseball, ice hockey, rock climbing and more.
As if running award-winning restaurants, writing cookbooks and teaching classes at Harvard and George Washington universities weren't enough to keep chef Jose Andres busy, his D.C.-based ThinkFoodGroup has started a retail business selling Spanish oils and foods.
Transurban Ltd., the builder and long-term operator of the Interstate 495 and Interstate 95 express lanes, has moved its U.S. headquarters from New York to Fairfax County. The company operates two toll roads in the U.S., both in Virginia.
Health insurance companies must return a total of $30 million to nearly 600,000 customers across Maryland, the District and Virginia under provisions of the 2010 federal health care law.
The District's small business community has a new advocate, and it's coming out firing.
MRP Realty and the Rockpoint Group LLC stand to gain a cool $75 million after agreeing to sell their Washington Harbour waterfront property in Georgetown, according to sources familiar with the deal.
The Howard Hughes Corp. plans to begin an ambitious redevelopment of Landmark Mall in Alexandria in spring 2014 following the Alexandria City Council's approval of the multimillion-dollar project.
Hotels are starting to recognize the demand for healthier food options, and a handful of chains are taking action. Hyatt, Fairmont, and Westin are among the brands paving the way.
What do you do when you want to capitalize on the outdoor summer movie trend but you don't have a lawn? You go old school, drive-in style.
Where's the worst place in America to be a business traveler?
MedStar Health has shored up its position as the District's market-leading health provider, beating back competitors with a lot of help from the D.C. government.
Capital Bikeshare is doing more than moving people around on bikes: It's becoming an economic development tool.
Peapod customers are now able to pick up their groceries at the Kingsview Village Giant at 18331 Leaman Farm Road and the Neelsville Village Center Giant at 20944 Frederick Road.
The District is preparing to roll out solicitations for a pair of megaprojects that will change the way D.C. residents and suburbanites traverse the nation's capital.
When MicroStrategy Inc. reshuffled its executive level management last fall, the company set off a chain of events that prompted Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III to make off-the-field headlines.
Washington Redskins star quarterback Robert Griffin III paid $2.5 million for a five-bedroom home in Loudoun's Creighton Farms golf course community.
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III has paid $2.5 million for a five-bedroom spread in the luxury Creighton Farms golf course community in Aldie, according to Loudoun County property records.
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