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In 2011, the executives of Savi Technology faced a classic business problem. To cut costs, they needed to close one of their three offices and consolidate their workers in another. Their choices were Mountain View, Calif., home to their hardware engineers; Lexington, Ky., where officials were dangling a wide array of tax breaks if Savi expanded there; and Alexandria, in an office park a stone's throw from the Capital Beltway.
Raytheon Co. says it has received an order from the Navy to resume work on developing a new air and missile defense radar for destroyers to be built in Maine and Mississippi.
Large defense-contracting companies are raking in profits amid Pentagon budget cuts, despite having warned of severe economic setbacks if the automatic spending reduction called sequestration were to occur.
The White House was careful Monday to avoid calling Egypt's regime change a "coup," underscoring the dilemma President Obama faces as he tries to manage a thorny conflict between the Egyptian military's actions and U.S. law, which bans aid to countries where a coup has taken place.
Clearly, President Obama is playing a nasty political game with the air-traffic controller furloughs that have forced severe airline delays across the country.
Warren Buffett's company revealed new stakes in Intel, DirecTV, General Dynamics and CVS Caremark to accompany Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s headline-making investment in IBM.
Survey: Allen, Kaine still tied; Kaine will accept PAC and lobbyist money; Document: D.C. mayoral appointee Whiting made roughly double what was first reported; D.C. mayor testifies on Hill today about city finances; Virginia Public Access Project keeps tabs on state-level races; Va. governor asks for delay of BRAC move to Mark Center
Former Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine was asked during a television interview last fall how President Obama has changed Washington.