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Firms come downstairs to expand their brands
Jonathan O'Connell
Some local firms are opening up their headquarters for display, putting their creative people behind big windows, as though they were chefs rolling pastries or tossing pizza dough, and often inviting in clients, artists, chefs and community groups.
An office with a window seat
LivingSocial to sell Ticket Monster for $260M to Groupon
Steven Overly
The South Korean deals business was one of LivingSocial’s largest overseas entities.
Marriott announces plans to buy S. African hotel company
Abha Bhattarai
The deal with Protrea Hospitality would nearly double Marriott’s presence in Africa.
Will people rent apartments in the old Hecht’s warehouse?
Jonathan O'Connell
Developer Doug Jemal plans to turn art deco warehouse on New York Avenue NE into apartment complex.
Whole Foods coming to H Street NE
Jonathan O’Connell
The high-end grocer has signed two D.C. leases in two weeks and eyes a third at Walter Reed.
Columns & Blogs
Thomas Heath
Holiday season warms financial heart of Bethesda caterer
Ridgewells catering uses scale and sports events to sweeten profit margins for its owners.
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Who are the winners and losers in the local Washington D.C., Virginia and Maryland public trade markets? Check the Bloomberg Washington D.C. Area Stock Index for up to date performance measures.Rankings of the top Washington-area businesses of 2012.
An office built with millennials in mind
Accenture’s Arlington office has a heavy emphasis on flexibility, mobility and connectivity.
Not your grandmother’s milkman
How one local company is using technology that may be the best hope for the farm-to-table movement.
It’Sugar opens in Chinatown
The co-founder of Dylan’s Candy Bar brings a sweet shop, and mega-size treats, to the D.C. area.
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Iran tests waters for Western investment in oil exports
Cellulosic ethanol is off to a delayed, boisterous start
US asks judge to order Bank of America pay nearly $864 million over Countrywide loans gone bad
Policy & Regulation
Diminished expectations
Sweet talk as budget conference gathers, but tax bogeyman lurks
The shutdown is over and default avertedIs Congress done fighting now?
Surface tablet, Windows 8 go on sale
Mobile trend trips tech titans
Web sites lose to Google in race for Obama, Romney campaign ads
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Rep. Amash: Congressional oversight of NSA programs is broken
The problem with Obama's strategy
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