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  • Racine targets price gouging, D.C. to discourage in-person primary voting


    D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine is taking on retailers that he alleges are price gouging on hand sanitizer and other disinfectant products in the era of the novel coronavirus.  The Office of the Attorney General sent five cease-and-desist letters regarding price gouging, four to physical businesses in the District and one to a third-party seller on Amazon's platform. The stores — two convenience stores in Northwest, a Southeast convenience store and a Southeast beauty supply store — were…
  • Coronavirus fallout will test commercial real estate industry's ability to weather the storm


    In Greater Washington, some $1.8 billion in CMBS debt secured by 67 properties is coming due by Sept. 30.
  • Lockheed commits $66.5M, vehicles and other resources to coronavirus relief


    With the U.S. continuing to battle the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, one of its largest defense contractors is committing new resources to the fight.  Lockheed Martin Corp. (NYSE: LMT) Chairman, President and CEO Marillyn Hewson said in a statement Friday the Bethesda defense giant would commit $66.5 million “as an initial contribution” to national COVID-19 relief efforts, in addition to other company resources.  “Lockheed Martin understands that the shared effort to combat COVID-19…
  • WhyHotel has a second pop-up hotel planned for Ballston


    WhyHotel is bringing its pop-up hotel rooms to another Ballston apartment building. The temporary lodging startup will soon offer 125 units for travelers at 4000 N. Fairfax Drive, the apartment tower that took the place of the popular Carpool bar. The Arlington County Board gave the company the green light on Saturday to open in the building. WhyHotel now has the county’s permission to rent out those apartments for the next two years. The company works with high-end apartment developers to help…
  • Here's the plan for that former GSA site in Southwest D.C.


    Nearly a year after it acquired the site from the General Services Administration, we now know what Pacific Star Capital wants to do with a pie-shaped piece of land by C and 12th streets SW in the District. The Santa Monica, California-based company submitted plans March 19 to the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts develop a 13-story hotel at 280 12th St. SW. The project, designed by BBGM, calls for 163 hotel rooms and would feature a 20-foot-tall penthouse space above the 130-foot structure. Representatives…
  • Contractors can expect more funding, and flexibility, from coronavirus stimulus package


    As part of a $2 trillion stimulus bill passed by the House Friday — the country's largest such aid package in history — government contractors must be prepared for a raft of new spending to combat the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic.  Among those services expected to see an increase will be technology to assist in teleworking efforts, such as virtual private networks (VPN), remote desktop access and user authentication software, especially as telehealth capabilities become a priority.  To…
  • Ask an expert: 'Which industries are hiring?' 'How do I handle my student loan debt?' Your coronavirus questions, answered.


    In an effort to help navigate the many questions surrounding COVID-19, the Washington Business Journal has gathered a group of D.C.-area business leaders and experts willing to help our readers figure out their next steps. This is an evolving situation, with guidelines changing often. For the latest coverage on closings, stock prices, business impact and more, click here. Q: If you live in a small or studio apartment during social distancing, how do you separate your work and off-work time? I…
  • State resources for small businesses navigating the coronavirus crisis


    These are unprecedented times. There are many places to turn for help. The Washington Business Journal is building a set of guides to help our region's businesses navigate the coronavirus pandemic — one federal, one state and one local. These will include resources offered by government, private sector and nonprofit organizations. They will range from financial aid to mental health support, from infrastructure to layoff assistance. In this guide, you will find the resources offered by state governments…
  • Local resources for small business navigating the coronavirus crisis


    These are unprecedented times. There are many places to turn for help. The Washington Business Journal is building a set of guides to help our region's businesses navigate the coronavirus pandemic — one federal, one state and one local. These will include resources offered by government, private sector and nonprofit organizations. They will range from financial aid to mental health support, from infrastructure to layoff assistance. In this guide, you will find the resources offered by local governments…
  • Federal resources for small businesses


    Here’s a compilation of federal government resources and links for small and midsized businesses, from emergency financial relief to counseling services. This will be updated as new information becomes available. See resources from Virginia, Maryland and D.C. governments here, as well as D.C.-area local governments and local businesses and nonprofits. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is providing continuous updates to its guidance for businesses and employers on its Covid-19 website. The…