A group of D.C. community leaders held a press conference Wednesday to demand a formal investigation of the $6.8 billion Pepco-Exelon merger proposal, alarmed by Mayor Muriel Bowser's changing stance on the merger after reaching a $25 million deal for ...
Uber's new D.C. headquarters that will serve as a hub for the company's East Coast operations is the latest addition to city's business community.
The Communications Workers of America, which represents 700,000 workers in private and public sector employment in 10,000 communities across the country — including in D.C. — is calling on officials to open an investigation into unsafe conditions at Verizon locations.
The District's first stand-alone Chick-fil-A restaurant will open Wednesday in the DC USA Complex in the Columbia Heights neighborhood, bringing with it 100 new jobs for local residents.
The Washington, DC Economic Partnership is celebrating the winners of its inaugural We DC Awards, which recognizes local leaders who've contributed their vision, energy, investment and time to D.C.'s thriving economic ecosystem.
MGM National Harbor announced Friday the hiring of its 100th minority-owned business to work on the $1.3 billion National Harbor resort casino project.
More than a dozen consultants, small-business owners and minority firms spoke Thursday morning at WSSC's headquarters in Laurel, Maryland, about the organization's disparity study.
On Tuesday, Pepco Holdings Inc. and Exelon Corporation announced that they have reached a newly-inked settlement with D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and others on the companies' proposed $6.8 billion merger.
After years of speculation and presumably countless hours of meetings, a deal has been brokered that will bring a $55 million project to Southeast, affecting the local economy by an estimated $90 million.
Hundreds of businesses and organizations — including those in the District — are signing the online petition, "Business for a Fair Minimum Wage statement" and actively pushing for raises locally and nationally.
As a close to the summer and a welcome to the new school year, the Prince George’s County Youth CareerConnect Program recently hosted its Summer Showcase at Bladensburg High School.
Hop off of the train at the Waterfront Metro stop, walk down by the marina and popular Washington fish market and take in the sights of a newly changing neighborhood.
In a donated storefront located right off the NoMa Gallaudet U Metro station in northeast Washington is a bargain.
The only African-American-owned and -operated women's clothing boutique on Capitol Hill ushers in a new era of business opportunity and upward mobility for the District's most precious real estate.
Pepco and Exelon vowed Monday to retool their rejected $6.8 million merger proposal, contending that D.C.'s rebuff of the deal is leaving on the table "hundreds of millions of dollars in direct financial benefits" for the region.