Washington Business Journal
Yes, that once-ubiquitous device maker BlackBerry Ltd. is still around. And if you're an iPhone user, the company would like to talk to you about what it will take to get you to make the switch to its square-screened BlackBerry Passport.
Local retailers in the D.C. area are taking "shop small" to a new level this weekend for Small Business Saturday, with plans to feature individual Etsy producers and their products in trunk shows at stores throughout the region.
Savor your pizza and calzones while ye may, Maryland students. Ratsie's, the pizza joint that has served thousands in College Park over the past 25 years, will close in September 2015, according to its owner, Mike Falamoun.
Uber drivers in the Washington metro have more than a spare tire and bottled water in their trunks right now: They're stocked with "Thanksgiving essentials," for your last-minute needs.
It's been four months since the D.C. region's largest electrical contractor abruptly shut down, and the former employees of Reston-based Truland Group Inc. are still waiting to get access to their pension funds.
The Salvation Army command overseeing the D.C. region is considering pulling up the stakes on its Pennsylvania Avenue NW headquarters and relocating to Northern Virginia — for the right price.
Drug giant AstraZeneca will expand its biologics manufacturing center in Frederick, Maryland, and add hundreds of jobs to its operations there.
Prince George's County was one of the hardest-hit parts of Maryland during the foreclosure crisis, and now a new program is aimed at boosting homeownership there.
Stafford County leaders, with the backing of Dominion Virginia Power, are now hoping to change how business is attracted.
If you want to buy a rundown house, fix it up and sell it, you might get the best return on your investment in Baltimore.
The season of holiday parties is coming up, and with many professionally oriented events, it may be time to brush up on your networking skills.
The Tysons boom continued Tuesday as the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors approved Westpark Plaza, a 1.4 million-square-foot, three-tower development that could bring as many as 2,275 new residents to a parcel located a quarter of a mile from Metro.
D.C.-based Sweetgreen Inc., a farm-to-table restaurant chain focused on healthy foods, has landed $18.5 million from Steve Case's Revolution Growth for a buildout on the West Coast.
It was probably just a matter of time, wasn't it?
Busboys and Poets, the combination restaurant, bookstore and event venue that has helped invigorate many of the region's neighborhoods, is headed to Anacostia's main drag in D.C.'s Ward 8 come 2016.
Camping and hunting megastore chain Cabela's Inc. will open a location in Gainesville, its third new store announced for Virginia.
Tuesday is National Entrepreneur Day, and financial planning site NerdWallet ranks Arlington the No. 1 place for young adults to start a business.
A proposed increase in the E-Rate program is designed to bring high-speed broadband and Wi-Fi access to more schools and libraries.
The National Children's Museum wants to be back in D.C. after a two-year stint at National Harbor.
Television gave Adams the platform she needed to transform her interior design company into a national, product-based brand.
It is estimated that employees spend 35 percent to 60 percent of their workdays in meetings.
You can eat like a Playboy in D.C.
If you're picking up or dropping off family or friends at BWI/Marshall Airport over the holidays, you can get very convenient parking for free. But don't linger too long.
Coming soon to Leesburg: A combination barbecue joint and live entertainment venue at the Wegman's-anchored Village at Leesburg shopping center.
Wawa's bid to open its first Loudoun store is expected to earn county board approval next month. Given the company's two-plus year ordeal to drive the Dulles-area project through the pipeline, it may ultimately be the only one.
Black Friday used to be a day. Now, if you're a Wal-Mart shopper, it's becoming a full five-day affair.
The Ugly Mug, one of Barracks Row's quintessential watering holes, is attempting to expand to its second floor, though the proposal is facing some pushback from the local Advisory Neighborhood Commission.
Starbucks has another new holiday drink up its cardboard cup sleeves.
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