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Sour grapes? Deloitte, staffers claim Booz Allen lawsuit is an attempt to 'punish former employees' for seeking 'greener pasture
Deloitte, staffers claim Booz Allen lawsuit is an attempt to 'punish former employees' for seeking 'greener pastures.'
It's Restaurant Week and Lambrusco Week (and next week is Beer Week). In other words, it's officially August!
August is now in full swing, which in the world of D.C. restaurants means the opportunity to eat and drink your way through plenty of promotional offerings.
When considering insurance, gas and maintenance, which states pays the most?
Get pumped, Virginia burger lovers. You now have your very own Shake Shack — the commonwealth's first — in Tysons Corner.
The Washington Business Journal announced on Friday the 50 finalists for Greater Washington's Healthiest Employers awards.
It was last October when we first reported that Georgetown's Latham Hotel may go micro-residential. Now we can say for certain the Latham Hotel will go micro-residential. And we have a good idea of what the building will look like.
The Dancing Crab, a decades-old seafood institution in Tenleytown, is poised for a major upgrade.
Per capita consumer spending in the District rose 3.6 percent in 2012, with each D.C. resident spending an average of $59,425 on consumer goods and services. That's 65 percent more than the national average of $35,498.
Spying on students to keep them safe.
Mike Isabella took some time out of his busy schedule growing his D.C. area restaurant empire to head back to Bravo for another round of ''Top Chef.''
After tossing and turning since switching off the light at 10:30 p.m., you finally hear a key in the front door at 2 a.m. You listen to the quiet footsteps of your 25-year-old son as he heads upstairs and off to bed, then sigh and finally drift off.
Washington, D.C. offers plenty to do and enough of a young population for Forbes to rank the city No. 1 on its 2014 list of America's Coolest Cities.
The District is now in the upper echelon of highest income states, with an estimated six-figure median income for four-person households.
The JBG Cos. sold its 212-unit The Woodley apartments by the Woodley Park Metro for a record-setting $195 million, or roughly $920,000 per unit earlier this year.
Jeff Stefanis and Amber Wason have their Riide startup headquarters in an old rowhouse near Howard University's campus in D.C. They're building bikes. But not just any bikes. These are hybrid electric bikes for urban commuters.
Restaurateur Reese Gardner is at it again, this time with a lease to open a second location of his Shirlington restaurant Copperwood Tavern in Loudoun County.
The city of Alexandria has its eye on French tourists, and tourism officials think they've found the perfect way to welcome them — with a cocktail, of course.
From auto row, to civil unrest, to red-light district, to a burgeoning commercial corridor filled with restaurants and retail, 14th Street NW is now one of the hottest areas of the city.
Months before Chuck Kuhn submitted his request to install a heliport on his 540-acre Purcellville-area farm, a neighbor fired off an email to Loudoun County slamming the idea.
Tysons Galleria will count Prada among its list of luxury brand names come Thursday.
Devin Gong is taking his well-regarded bartending talents from Barmini to H Street Northeast.
Cirque du Soleil has a new home at National Harbor, and a more centrally-located one at that.
The General Services Administration on Tuesday named three sites.
Fort Belvoir janitors went on strike for a change in how grievances are processed — and for added pay to drive the corporate car?
Ben's Chili Bowl is a lot of things to a lot of people, but vegetarians aren't the first people that come to mind.
A new mixed-use project planned in Northwest D.C. may be the perfect solution to the late-night munchies.
Janitors for Fort Belvoir will strike Tuesday morning if the Atlanta-based federal contractor they work for refuses to come to the table to renegotiate the terms of their contract.
The District is moving quickly to enact rules that will allow developers to take advantage of key changes in the recently amended federal Height Act.
The high volume of travel plans and tickets purchased online offers cyber criminals the opportunity to target consumers, travel and ticketing websites for personal profit.
RareSweets owner and pastry chef Meredith Tomason might not have been able to articulate how she wanted her new CityCenterDC bakery to look, but she knew exactly what she didn't want. It involved words like "cutesy," "lacey" and "feminine."
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