Filld already provides commercial and fleet mobile fueling for companies in the Washington region, and now trucks will come to a customer’s home – with a couple of quirks.
United Income, a financial services and investment management firm geared toward older or retired customers, has raised more than $10.1 million in a new funding round, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
Coffee pod and single-serve brewer maker Keurig Green Mountain is partnering with and investing in Reston-based LifeFuels to expand commercial sales of its customizable portable water bottles.
Gould Property Company is trying to provide office space for startups too big for space sharing but too small for long-term, prime office space.
Legends of Learning, a D.C. startup, is rolling out hundreds of downloadable learning games for middle school students that are free for teachers who help develop the games with more on the way.
Does unintentional bias keep the U.S. from fostering creative ideas that solve modern problems? A leading CEO says it’s time to invest in those who look and think differently than you.
Virginia makes the top 10 in a list ranking the best states for starting a business, but Maryland is near the bottom of the list, according to a study out Monday.
Startup app maker Basket Savings will relocate from D.C. to Arlington County, and create 65 new jobs in the process.
In the U.S., an estimated 70 billion pounds of edible food goes to waste each year. A local snack company is hoping to change those statistics.
A San Francisco-based startup company is set to release a device in August that allows pet owners to watch, play and communicate with their pet through the smartphone application Petcube.
Baltimore-based software startup Rehabtics aims to use technology to revolutionize the physical rehabilitation industry.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.