The purchasing power for Maryland families is diminishing, says Maryland comptroller Peter Franchot.
I have been a “Jeopardy!” nerd for the majority of my life. So, like a select portion of the population, I have been watching Arthur Chu as the masses have been whipped up about his…
The opening ceremonies of the Winter Olympics are just 6 days away, but some people around here are thinking ahead to 2024.
Maryland is for millionaires, according to wealth research firm Phoenix Marketing International. Its annual list ranking states by millionaires says 167,287 Maryland households, or 7.7 percent of all households have investable assets of $1 million…
The Washington Redskins\’ dismal 2013 campaign drove their local
television ratings down slightly from 2012, but they were still up
compared with the pre-Robert Griffin III era.
The 2.2 million-square-foot project called Capitol Crossing
promises to reconnect and redefine the east end of downtown
Washington through the construction of a massive platform over
Interstate 395 and the creation of three new city blocks.
The road from a German drug manufacturer to South American
customers will soon pass through Loudoun County.
Seeking to enhance its technology pedigree, the District is close to signing a deal that would bring a dozen Chinese software firms to the nation\’s capital. A separate agreement with Microsoft is also almost done.
Two local business magnates rank as the richest people of their
respective states, according to a new list released Wednesday.
The Mosaic District in Merrifield will get a Ted\’s Bulletin
location as well as nearly 500 new office workers when the Custom Ink
T-shirt company moves its offices from McLean in 2014.
Macy’s Inc. will break 155 years of tradition this Thanksgiving as the department store operator will open at least some of its stores at 8 p.m. on the holiday, the Chicago Sun-Times reported. The Cincinnati-based…
The short-lived 901 Restaurant, which closed earlier this year at 901 9th St. NW, will be replaced by City Tap House, a craft beer-centric bar and restaurant out of Philadelphia, as the BarredinDC blog first reported.
As the shutdown entered its second week Monday, many bars and restaurants that offered specials last week to furloughed government employees hunkered down for more deals and cheap drinks. It’s still not clear whether the…
Consumers are paying more fees to their banks than they were a few
years ago as free checking accounts are more difficult to secure and as banks raise rates.
How much economic damage would a government shutdown cause?
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.