Washington Business Journal
Etihad Airways announced the launch of non-stop daily flights to Dulles International Airport, the airline's fourth destination in North America.
Maryland's spending board approved Wednesday a $297 million contract with Falls Church-based IT company Computer Sciences Corp. that is expected to improve Maryland's process for paying tens of millions of dollars in Medicaid claims each month.
As the Hotel Palomar in Rosslyn finishes its transition into Le Meridien Arlington this month, a few more details are emerging about what the rebranded hotel will look like.
Chef Marcus Samuelsson, known for such restaurants as Red Rooster Harlem and Restaurant Aquavit, was brought on to design the menu for the theater's supper club. He will design dinner and brunch menus and help appoint an executive chef to oversee the kitchen.
Fannie Mae is planning to pull out of the Monument IV building at 12900 Worldgate Drive in Herndon come June, casting another shadow over the building after its mortgage was transferred to a special servicer fearing just that possibility last spring.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray dropped in Friday to the Georgetown headquarters of Personal Inc. for a semi-formal bull session with tech CEOs and investors.
Arlington-based CACI International Inc. has named John Mengucci chief operating officer for U.S. operations.
The Silver Spring institution is being featured on the second season of "Bar Rescue."
D.C. may not get the boxing rematch between Lamont Peterson and Amir Khan, but city officials may be able to see the game. Some are expected to be in Las Vegas at the meeting of the International Council of Shopping Centers. It's the same weekend as the fight.
The medical and insurance worlds can relax. The complicated new system of alpha-numeric codes for illnesses, injuries, disease and treatments aren't coming as quickly as anticipated.
Bethesda-based Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc. improved net income and funds from operations in its latest quarter, but admitted that the results would have been better had the company not backed out of a deal to acquire the Grand Hyatt Washington.
prah Winfrey, seemingly desperate to make her OWN network partnership with Discovery Communications a success, ran into trouble with ratings company Nielsen Sunday when she pleaded on Twitter for fans with Nielsen measuring devices to tune into OWN.
Safeway is continuing to expand, renovate or rebuild its stores in Montgomery County.
The world's highest-resolution spy satellite is one step closer to launching.
Philadelphia-based Saladworks is tossing up salads in Reston starting this weekend.
The Annapolis-based Service Employees International Union, MD/DC State Council ended January with $183,413 cash on hand. The political action committee's closing balance more than doubles that of any other PAC registered with the D.C. Office of Campaign Finance.
Synetic Theater will move its Family Theater performances from Shirlington to Crystal City.
Shoe-lovers, DSW is coming to D.C. The shoe discount store signed a lease for 23,000 square feet at the Columbia Heights, Target-anchored development.
Virginia plans to close the Northern Virginia Training Center by 2015, a center that opened in 1973 to serve residents with intellectual disabilities.
The Tysons Corner location of Morton's The Steakhouse is among several in the chain that abruptly closed this week.
The Washington Capitals have struggled to find the back of the net at times this season, but they have had no trouble driving thousands of dollars into the District's coffers.
Maryland's office space market may bounce back during 2012 as Montgomery, Prince George's and Frederick counties ended 2011 with low vacancy rates.
The value of taxable real property in the District fell from $150.1 billion in 2010 to $139.3 billion in 2011. Here's a snapshot of D.C.'s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.
Cava Grill, a fast-casual Mediterranean restaurant, has signed a lease in Tenleytown.
The Safeway on Hamilton Street in Hyattsville will be closing by Feb. 4.
A new wine store will open soon at 1133 20th St. NW. The store, owned by Pravin Kotadia, is called The Wine Specialist. It is about 2,000 square feet in size.
Capitol Heights may be getting its first "green" street through work with Beltsville-based Low Impact Development Center.
The Boulder, Colo.-based franchise, which peddles popcorn in such flavors as "hoppin' jalapeno" and "sinfully cinnamon," has opened its first Washington-area outpost at Potomac Mills in Woodbridge.