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  • Bob & Edith's Diner to franchise. It's the same size today that Five Guys was when it blew up.


    Northern Virginia dining staple Bob & Edith's Diner is recruiting investors to open franchise locations across the country. The chain, which celebrated its 50th anniversary in November, is looking to open franchises first in the D.C. area and in North Carolina, and then in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast. Bob & Edith's is partnering with Alexandria-based franchise development group Fransmart, which has helped concepts such as Five Guys Burger & Fries and Qdoba Mexican Grill expand nationally. "Much…
  • Perspecta wins $810M State Department contract


    Perspecta Inc. (NYSE: PRSP) will provide the State Department’s Bureau of Consular Affairs with information technology services as part of a $810 million task order awarded Tuesday.  The win, which was competed under the General Services Administration’s Alliant 2 contract vehicle, calls on the Chantilly technology company to provide enterprise infrastructure services to the bureau’s global consular affairs IT network of more than 350 offices.  The bureau oversees a range of operations,…
  • It's happening: Demolition begins on Amazon HQ2 site


    Just a month after developers got the go-ahead from Arlington County, machines on Wednesday began picking apart the Metropolitan Park warehouse where Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) plans to erect its first two towers for its second headquarters. Roughly a dozen demolition workers from construction firm ACECO were on site in yellow vests and hard hats, along with a couple of excavators, one of which sat on a mound of bricks as it tore down the southeast side of the single-story building. Clark…
  • As Starbucks expands in Wards 7 and 8, D.C. officials say their retail strategies are working


    D.C. officials see Starbucks’ decision to open its first D.C. drive-thru shop at Skyland Town Center — and another location in Anacostia — as clear evidence that their efforts to push retailers east of the Anacostia are bearing fruit. D.C. officials urged Starbucks to build on the Maple View Flats store in Ward 8, which has been on the drawing board since 2017, by pairing it with a new one nearby at Skyland, says John Falcicchio, Mayor Muriel Bowser’s chief of staff and interim deputy…
  • This crypto expert is back with a new fund — and he's all-in on bitcoin


    The bear market of 2018 taught Maxim Nurov that bitcoin is crypto king.
  • Brookfield hits pause on Pentagon City redevelopment


    The decision is tied to a larger planning effort for the area around HQ2.
  • Longtime Greater Washington banking executive dies


    Longtime banking executive Domingo Rodriguez, who served as chief financial officer at D.C.'s Bank of Georgetown as well as Cardinal Financial Corp., died Jan. 20 from cancer. He was 71. Rodriguez had most recently been a founding director and CFO of an effort to start a new bank, Founders Bank, but had stepped back for health reasons. Rodriguez had extensive experience in risk management, strategic financial planning and asset liability management, among others, making him instrumental to the formation…
  • This local regenerative medicine company is plotting its IPO


    The commercial-stage business, which makes human tissue products, wants to begin trading publicly this year.
  • The memorial honoring fallen police officers is running out of space for new names. Here's the proposed fix.


    The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial at Judiciary Square is running out of space for names decades earlier than expected. The National Capital Planning Commission is scheduled to consider a proposal at its Feb. 6 meeting to expand the memorial honoring fallen police officers in the line of duty. The memorial was dedicated in October 1991 with the names of 12,561 officers who died in the line of duty through the end of 1990, according to a project synopsis prepared for the NCPC. It was…
  • Maryland General Assembly bills aim to put sports betting on 2020 ballot


    Sports betting is back on the table this Maryland General Assembly session with multiple proposals that would let voters decide whether the wagers should be allowed in the state. At least two Senate bills and two bills in the House of Delegates would take the question to the ballot this fall for a voter referendum. Supporters of the measures say time is of the essence; if the proposals don't pass before the session ends in April, the state would have to wait until 2022 for another referendum opportunity,…