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The Pandemic Slowed The Region’s Bus Transformation Plan. Advocates Say It’s Time To Refocus On Better ServiceDCistJanuary 26, 2022
Photos from Washingtonian’s The Green Economy of Tomorrow Roundtable sponsored by JPMorgan ChaseWashingtonianDecember 22, 2021
How Glenn Youngkin’s win will impact the D.C. regionAXIOS Washington D.C.November 5, 2021
A new business imperative: preventing burnoutWashington Business JournalNovember 1, 2021
A host of D.C. law firms found new-and smaller- homes this summerWashington Business JournalOctober 13, 2021
Lockheed Martin downsizes Crystal City office spaceWashington Business JournalOctober 6, 2021
Employers, employees differ on return to work. Here’s what that means for D.C.’s office landscapeWashington Business JournalSeptember 30, 2021
Bowser, Hogan and Northam Talk to Business Leaders about COVID-19The Washington InformerSeptember 15, 2021
Regional Leaders Spotlight Their Forged-By-Fire PartnershipMaryland MattersSeptember 10, 2021
Greater Washington’s top elected officials say more businesses should mandate vaccines to bring workers backWashington Business JournalSeptember 9, 2021
Viewpoint: Businesses can close persistent gaps in growthWashington Business JournalSeptember 3, 2021
Meet Junior Achievement’s Business Hall of Fame laureates for 2021Washington Business JournalJune 30, 2021
Greater Washington Partnership launches annual metric for region’s economic inclusiveness — or lack thereofWashington Business JournalJune 28, 2021
Opinion: Remaking D.C.’s Union Station is a mustThe Washington PostJune 27, 2021
Yet another D.C. regional group aims to overcome the east-west economic divideThe Washington PostJune 7, 2021
DC police chief raises concerns over shrinking force, officer moraleWTOPJune 3, 2021
What would D.C. statehood mean for local businesses? Here’s a look.Washington Business JournalApril 21, 2021
What happens next with Amazon’s plan for helix-shaped tower in ArlingtonWTOPFebruary 2, 2021
Inaugural boom vanishes under coronavirus lockdown, attack threat lockoutThe Washington TimesJanuary 19, 2021
Digital divide holding back business in Maryland, leaders sayBaltimore Business JournalJanuary 14, 2021
D.C. region leaders pitch plan to build stronger post-pandemic economyThe Washington PostDecember 23, 2020
D.C.’s ‘Slow Streets’ could have life after the pandemicWashington Business JournalNovember 19, 2020
VDOT looks to legislature to help move big transportation projects forwardInside NOVANovember 19, 2020
Fighting COVID-19 is a ‘marathon,’ says Fairfax board chairInside NOVAOctober 30, 2020
D.C. Region Braces For Deeper Economic Harm As White House Waffles On More StimulusDcistOctober 7, 2020
DMV Leaders Talk COVID-19, EducationThe Washington InformerSeptember 23, 2020
Northam says Virginia in position for economic rebound after pandemicInside NOVASeptember 22, 2020
Covid-19 could reverse much of the D.C.’s region’s progress on transportation funding, Bowser, Hogan and Northam warnWashington Business JournalSeptember 18, 2020
The Covid pandemic is pushing businesses to adapt or die. This new program could help.Washington Business JournalSeptember 14, 2020
Feeding the DMV Town HallABC&WJLASeptember 14, 2020
Jack McDougle was named to the Virginia Business 500 Power List. Virginia BusinessSeptember 1, 2020
University leaders shoulder difficult decisions on semesters unlike any otherWashington Business JournalJuly 30, 2020
Washington Business Hall of Fame names its 2020 laureates, and announces an induction changeWashington Business JournalJuly 22, 2020
New tax hikes look to be on the way in D.C., as lawmakers weigh 2021 budgetWashington Business JournalJuly 7, 2020
The Time Is NowWashington Business JournalJune 5, 2020
Northern Virginia leaders tell Ralph Northam they’re not ready to reopen the economyWashington Business JournalMay 11, 2020
D.C./Va./Md. COVID-19 task force forms for economic strategyVirginia BusinessMay 9, 2020
Hospitality and tourism leaders discuss way forward with DC-area reopeningWTOPMay 9, 2020
State employee layoffs likely without more federal help, top financial officers warnWashington Business JournalApril 30, 2020
Washington, DC Deserves Pandemic Relief Funding Equal to StatesWashington Regional Association of GrantmakersApril 21, 2020
Despite protests by some conservatives, business and labor leaders say science should determine when Washington region’s economy reopensThe Washington PostApril 20, 2020
Coronavirus hit to Greater Washington’s economy bigger than initially projectedWashington Business JournalApril 7, 2020
Board of Trade Supports Actions to Aid Businesses and Slow the Spread of COVID-19Capitol CommunicatorMarch 20, 2020
UDC on WUSA 9 Great DayWUSAFebruary 24, 2020

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