Post-Panamax vessels are already here, and they’re changing the maritime industry
Senator says Congress should vote on the use of force
Interview with Sen. Timothy Kaine
Inside View from the Editor
Out & About
The marketplace effects of proposed insurance mergers are still unclear
Big mergers by major insurance companies, announced in July and driven in part by the impact of the Affordable Care Act, are remaking the industry in ways that aren’t yet clear.
Open design still reigns, but companies are adding more private spaces, modern workstations and amenities
Special Report: Workplaces of the Future
Business leaders focus on early childhood education
Virginia’s business community has identified early childhood education as an important issue.
Law firm leaders have to juggle two roles
Picking a health plan just got more complicated
Starting in January the Affordable Care Act will require more businesses to offer insurance coverage to their employees.
University joins conglomerate of schools in South Korea
George Mason University joins conglomerate of schools in South Korea
GMU is eager to be connected with Northern Virginia
George Mason University’s goal is to be not only a “comprehensive research university” but also “an innovative and inclusive academic community committed to creating a more just, free and prosperous world” — with emphasis, perhaps, on the “prosperous.”
GMU venues host boxers and ballerinas
George Mason University’s Center for the Arts hosted five days of boxing matches on its flagship Fairfax campus this summer.
A new waterfront plan and major projects spur development
Alexandria is planning commercial and residential development.