Washington Business Journal
Famous Luigi's, a pizza parlor that served downtown D.C. for more than 70 years, served its last slice Saturday.
Macy's is once again keeping some of its stores across the country open 24 hours a day in a bid to squeeze every last bit of holiday cash out of shoppers.
If you get in a car accident and make an insurance claim, your rate will likely go up, but in Maryland the post-claim rate hike is the smallest in the nation, according to InsuranceQuotes.com.
Sales of gift cards in the U.S. will top $118 billion this year, an amount that's larger than the GDP of 136 countries.
The D.C. area's newest pizza chain is planning to expand in the region almost as fast as it claims to bake its pies.
Facebook Inc. is reportedly working to develop a sympathy button as an alternative to the 'like' button in certain situations, according to The Telegraph.
Floppy disks have become all but obsolete in the United States -- except in the federal government.
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.
Software tests will delay opening of the new Silver Line in Fairfax County.
The Washington Nationals pitched the District government on a $300 million plan for a retractable roof over Nationals Park, but city officials say the idea was quickly dismissed.
The District's tax office has seized the Stadium Club strip joint from its owner, James Redding, over a large back tax bill related to a business the government has already shut down.
Defining a hipster is subjective, but finding neighborhoods where hipsters are likely to live is a little more objective. Based on one set of criteria, the Washington area has plenty of hipster-friendly 'hoods.
D.C. Mayor Gray called the National Capitol Planning Commission rejection of possible changes to existing height restrictions "disappointing."
Thrift Savings Plan hardship withdrawals hit a record high last month, showing how hard last month's 16-day government shutdown hit federal employees.
The General Services Administration has narrowed down the possible locations for a new FBI headquarters as it launches the next step in its regionwide search.
It's too soon to say whether the FBI will pick Westphalia Town Center to be its new headquarters, but if it does, the agency's employees will have places to live nearby.
Landmark Theatres, the owner of the E Street Cinema in downtown D.C. and the Bethesda Row Cinema in Bethesda, will bring a 10-screen movie theater to the District's NoMa neighborhood.
A McLean mansion once owned by the late Sen. Ted Kennedy just sold for $9.5 million, the highest-priced sale in Fairfax County this year.
Technology gets a lot of the blame for the continued degradation of communication skills among leaders over the past two decades. But I suggest that technology, like any tool, can be used in positive or negative ways.
The long rumored H Street NE Whole Foods location is a rumor no more. The grocer has signed a lease to occupy a 38,000-square-foot space at 600 H St. NE. It is the second D.C. lease Whole Foods has signed in two weeks, the first being WC Smith's 800 New Jersey Ave. SE.
How much household income do you need to qualify for a mortgage to buy a median-priced home in the Washington area?
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