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Northern Virginia—For the Record

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Argy, Wiltse & Robinson PC, a McLean-based accounting firm, opened its fourth office in Bethesda, Md. The new office on Rockledge Drive will be able to accommodate approximately 50 employees. (News release)

Capital Relocation Services of Sterling, a talent management support company which handles relocation needs for corporations and government agencies, was selected by Wal-Mart Inc. as sole provider for its high-level relocations. (News release)

Capterra Inc., an Arlington-based provider of custom software solutions, entered into an agreement with Forbes.com to provide a proprietary software selection tool for the Web site. As presented in Forbes.com’s software finder, buyers can customize searches for enterprise software from thousands of vendors. This marks Capterra’s first major content relationship. (News release)

CRG West, a Los Angeles property management company, bought a 285,000-square-foot data center in Reston. The facility on Sunrise Valley Drive features 50,000 square feet of raised floor space and 180,000 square feet of Class A office space. CRG plans to invest $20 million in building and infrastructure improvements. (Business Wire)

George Mason University scientists developed a nanotechnology tool aimed at improving early diagnosis of diseases such as cancer. Hydrogel nanoparticles mix with a patient’s blood sample to soak up and protect protein biomarkers that provide information for early disease detection. (News release)


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