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Rockville life sciences firm makes second acquisition, looks to further grow biopharma business

The deal expands the local firm's footprint and biopharma client base.
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Under Armour ready to start doing sponsorship, endorsement deals again

"We’re now ready to start to activate again against our roster in terms of infusing it with new talent," CEO Patrik Frisk said at Under Armour's annual shareholders meeting.
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Amanda Chase censure lawsuit tossed by judge

A federal judge on Thursday sided with the state of Virginia and tossed a lawsuit filed by Republican gubernatorial candidate Amanda Chase over her censure by the Virginia Senate. Chase, a far-right-…
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How 2020 changed Guidehouse’s search for a new HQ

The pandemic forced Guidehouse to rethink its needs in its older spaces and reduce in places that don't make sense to update.
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D.C. developer makes major real estate acquisition in Austin

Brokers say it's the biggest building in downtown Austin to change hands since the start of the pandemic.
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Defense contractors have thousands of job openings. Fairfax officials wonder if they'll go to local residents.

Fairfax County Board Chairman Jeffrey McKay worries telework might lead companies to recruit outside of the D.C. area.
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D.C. could soon create a major new exception to its Covid-inspired eviction ban

Landlords could soon pursue eviction cases under certain circumstances now.
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Hackers air stolen D.C. police files: Report

A cyber gang on Thursday released data stolen from the Metropolitan Police Department after the agency refused to pay a $4 million ransom, according to a local news outlet. The Babuk ransomware group…
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There are signs of life, even expansions, for D.C.-area coworking operators

Greater Washington lost some 600,000 square feet of coworking space in 2020. But it's going up again.
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Viewpoint: Meet a quiet, but powerful, force for Greater Washington's business community

When I think about the scope of the Washington Business Journal’s coverage, my thoughts are usually about the women and men in positions of power. After all, part of our mission is to focus on decisi…
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Doug Philippone brings lessons from the battlefield to data science

He helped oversee a 77% year-over-year spike in government revenue to $610.2 million last year.
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Loudoun might have finally met a data center project it can’t get behind

A Dulles-adjacent project shows the tension between Loudoun County's data center-centric past and mixed-use future.
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Tension mounts around the DOD's spending priorities for fiscal 2022

So far, there's only been a top-line budget request to guide Congress and D.C.-area contractors. Here's what some experts say.
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