Washington Business Journal
Golf is the game of business. It opens doors and builds relationships. It reveals personality and character. Golf makes doing business easier and faster, if you know how to play.
We're taking a look at Greater Washington's beer industry in our print edition this week, focusing on the many local breweries and brewpubs that have sprung up in recent years.
We've got some more intel on what the future holds for the Pour House bar space at 319 Pennsylvania Ave. SE after the Capitol Hill institution closes next month.
Don't you just love micromanagers? You know the ones: They give you a task and then constantly look over your shoulder. These managers give you advice on what to do, how to do it, and when to do it.
A Virginia company has paid $16.2 million for the Starbucks Building by Dupont Circle, marking one of the largest retail sales per square foot in the D.C. region in recent history.
When the going gets tough, the tough are tempted to stop going -- on vacation, that is!
Staying overnight in a sub-200-square-foot subterranean hotel room without windows might not be most people's idea of the ideal D.C. vacation, but the notion could be the spark to turn Dupont Underground from dream to reality.
The administrator of the General Services Administration wants to establish a civilian cybersecurity center in the Washington, D.C. metro area.
Five cities braved yet another winter storm to make their case to the Republican National Committee Monday as to why they should host the party's 2016 convention.
New Orleans is already well into the throes of Mardi Gras madness: Beads are flying and parades are marching in our the southern city. But the final crescendo comes next week on Fat Tuesday, with revelers planning to go all out one more time.
Yelp's 2014 list of the top 100 restaurants in the country, based on popularity and reviews, includes only two in the Washington area.
The District's economy is humming along, but not the way it used to.
Email is generally the primary method of communication for job searching and networking, and you can stand out by having one of the better-written ones. That isn’t hard, because inboxes are filled with poorly written emails.
More than 13 years after the last inmates were removed from Lorton Prison, Fairfax County is poised to approve a plan to convert the central penitentiary and reformatory complex into an 80-acre mixed-use community.
Dallas-based TopGolf will enter the D.C. regional marketplace with a new golf entertainment complex to be built in Loudoun County.
These tips will show you can use your technology tools to enlist a small-business strategy that is timeless: being accessible and engaged.
You could call CliNK happy hour on-demand: an app that allows D.C.-area users to find happy hour spots in an instant.
New York-based BrightFarms Inc. has signed a partnership with Giant Food to supply produce grown at a 100,000-square-foot greenhouse near Giant's store at 1535 Alabama Ave. SE.
Silver Spring's Holy Cross Health announced Thursday it will become a co-owner of a local Medicaid administrator in Montgomery County.
Union Kitchen, the commercial kitchen that opened in the District in 2012 to offer culinary entrepreneurs a place to test out new food business concepts, has locked in a new location.
A new developer has stepped in with plans to convert the historic Patterson Mansion by Dupont Circle into micro apartments after a previous concept to turn the building into a boutique hotel received a cool reception from D.C.'s Historic Preservation Review Board late last year.
Six of the Top 10 ZIP codes for investors to buy a house or condo, renovate it and flip it to "hipster buyers" are in the Washington area.
It appears "Top Chef" alum Bryan Voltaggio is making some changes at his Chevy Chase restaurant, Range, a little more than a year after it opened.
This warehouse sale is not for the weak.
It's been a busy few months for Genevieve and Conan O'Sullivan, but their goal of opening the District's first creamery is about to happen.
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