- The Washington Times - Monday, February 18, 2008

• Gaithersburg real estate development company Buchanan Partners said it signed MedAssurant, an Annapolis health care research company, as its lead tenant for the new Bowie Corporate Center. MedAssurant leased 96,932 square feet of the building.

• McLean research company Science Applications International Corp. said it won a five-year contract worth as much as $18.5 million to provide environmental remediation services to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Primus Telecommunications Group Inc. of McLean said it recorded a net loss of $5 million (3 cents) in its fourth quarter ended Dec. 31 compared to a loss of $2 million (2 cents) in the comparable quarter the year before.

Annapolis Bancorp Inc. said net income for its fourth quarter ended Dec. 31 fell 35.8 percent to $531,000 (13 cents per share) from $827,000 (20 cents) a year ago.

Dynex Capital Inc., a Glen Allen, Va., real estate investment trust, said net income for its fourth quarter ended Dec. 31 fell 54 percent to $600,000 (5 cents) from $1.3 million (11 cents) a year ago.

• Vienna cancer research company Cel-Sci Corp. said net income for its first quarter ended Dec. 31 rose 67 percent to $1.84 million (2 cents) from $1.1 million (1 cent) a year ago.

• Springfield contractor Versar Inc. said a one-time tax charge reduced its net income for the second quarter ended Dec. 28 to $745,000 (8 cents) from $749,000 (9 cents) a year ago.


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