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The recent stop-work order that has prevented a major U.S. contractor from conducting background investigations could significantly impact the security clearance process, especially if it lasts for an extended period, industry officials said.Read full article >>
A business accelerator created specifically for cybersecurity start-ups in Virginia will welcome a new cohort of companies Tuesday, one year after its doors opened with the goal of establishing the commonwealth as a hotbed for the cybersecurity industry.Read full article >>
This week I asked you to name to two-word search terms, which I denoted as ?red? and ?blue.? How?d you do?@_cingraham am i doing this rite? pic.twitter.com/FElwBZjRwX
No Mike, you are definitely not doing this rite. A number of you guessed something communism-related:Read full article >>
When tech companies talk†about wearable devices, fashion designers have been listening.
The latest product that combined efforts from the two industries is Ralph Lauren?s†tech-embedded sports shirt,†unveiled last week at the start of the U.S. Open tennis championships. The shirt, called Polo Tech, features knitted-in sensors to read people?s biometrics, including heartbeat and respiration.Read full article >>
A rebounding economy means more customers, higher sales and new jobs.
It also means higher taxes.
State and local tax bills for companies across the country grew modestly last year as the economic recovery accelerated, according to new research released last week, and Washington-area firms were no exception. District, Maryland and Virginia businesses collectively paid $27.6 billion to state and local coffers in fiscal 2013, an increase of 3.8 percent over the $26.6†billion collected in 2012.Read full article >>
Jay Sunny Bajaj has been making work fun since he was a 12-year-old being dragged by his mother, Kavelle, to the office where she was building a technology company.
?I was sorting and delivering mail, then I graduated to the copy center and did prints for the job proposals,? said Bajaj, 37. He was paid minimum wage and worked weekends and summers.Read full article >>