Washington Business Journal
Companies are awaiting guidance from agencies telling them that workers can return after the shutdown closed government facilities to contractors, spurred stop-work orders, and forced thousands of furloughs.
Mayor Vincent Gray has proposed banning Styrofoam food containers in the District, citing their harmful effect on the Anacostia River.
While Congress tries to settle its differences in the midst of a partial government shutdown, Americans have united in holding hemorrhoids in higher regard than those holding office.
A recent Gallup poll shows some distressing numbers: 30 percent of U.S. workers say they are engaged with their jobs, 50 percent are "non-engaged," and 20 percent say they are "actively disengaged."
The Ann Taylor store in Old Town Alexandria will close early next year, making way for a new retail tenant in the space.
How much economic damage would a government shutdown cause?
Former D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty has joined Perkins Coie LLP in Silicon Valley.
The District government was busy on Grace Street Thursday.
"Top Chef" alum Mike Isabella's next project will be a Greek restaurant in Arlington's Ballston neighborhood. Kapnos Taverna, a sister to the recently opened Kapnos on 14th Street NW in D.C., will open in the summer of 2014.
New York burger icon Shake Shack will open two more Washington locations, including its first outside the District.
Retail addicts take note: The Tanger Outlets at National Harbor will be open in time for Black Friday.
New lending data suggests Loudoun County has emerged as a major growth area for small businesses.
D.C. has enough trouble luring high-end film and television productions without the Metropolitan Police Department throwing up barricades, but that’s what happened one recent Saturday with “House of Cards.”
Virginia commuters put a lot of miles on their vehicles, spending more on gas and maintenance than most as a result.
The owner of Frager's Hardware is reconsidering his bid to raze what's left of his fire-ravaged, approximately block-long Capitol Hill storefront.
Google Inc. has named one city in each state as its 2013 eCity, selecting towns and cities where small businesses make the most of the Internet and social media.
High-end grocery store The Fresh Market will anchor a new mixed-use development in Falls Church slated to open in fall 2014.