By Aaron Gregg Aaron Gregg Reporter covering defense contractors and Washington-area businesses Email Bio Follow When Hetty Irmer arrived in the District in 2003 as a newly minted therapist, she found
There’s no county in America where a minimum wage earner can support a family. The minimum wage peaked in 1968 at $8.54 per hour, after adjusting for inflation. The current $7.25 is far too low for the
Pigs are good for more than just bacon Every year, around 8,000 people die waiting for an organ transplant. There just doesn't seem to be enough human organs available for those who need them. Biotech
By Amrita Jayakumar Amrita Jayakumar Bio Follow Lockheed Martin is more commonly known for its weapons business, building the most expensive fighter jet of all time or more recently moving into armored
By Jonathan O'Connell Jonathan O'Connell Reporter covering economic development with a focus on commercial real estate and the Trump Organization Email Bio Follow A federal jury ruled Friday that the of
By Kathy Orton Kathy Orton Reporter and editor covering the Washington metropolitan area housing market Email Bio Follow Many home buyers in the D.C. region face a bit of a sticker shock when house hunting.