Talks to buy Gannett spinoff company broke off due to recent COVID-19 economic crisis.
As the financial fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic escalates, Tysons-based Tegna announced that two offers to acquire the Gannett spinoff company have fallen through. “TEGNA and its advisors engaged substantially
Tysons-based Gannett spinoff company has competing offers worth roughly $8.5 billion
Now the subject of a bidding war, Tysons-based broadcast and digital media company Tegna Inc. has received a new acquisition offer from investment firm The Najafi Cos. and religious broadcaster
Michael Saylor reportedly redacted a leaked memo in which he refused to close his offices unless legally required.
Michael Saylor, the CEO of Tysons-based tech company MicroStrategy Inc., wrote a later-redacted three-page memo to his 2,400 employees this week arguing that COVID-19 is not a public health crisis
Ken Corless was most recently chief technology officer for Deloitte’s Cloud Practice.
Tysons-based DXC Technology named Ken Corless as executive vice president, offerings and strategic partners, on Friday. Corless will be based in the company’s Chicago office. Corless was most recently the
Program is partnership with Northern Virginia Community College and state government
In cooperation with Northern Virginia Community College, Tysons-based Alarm.com launched an apprenticeship program Friday aimed at producing workers with in-demand tech skills. Supported by the state’s GO Virginia economic development
Ian Read’s position will be effective March 16.
DXC Technology’s board of directors elected Ian Read as its new chairman, which will be effective March 16, the Tysons-based IT company announced Thursday. Read is the former chairman and
CEO Dan Knise takes on chair position, Matt Gough is president and Brett Gough is COO
Ames & Gough Insurance Risk Management Inc. CEO Dan Knise will also serve as the chair of the Tysons-based insurance broker, which announced Tuesday that it was also promoting two
Appian Corp. offers robotic process automation, a growing market
Tysons-based cloud computing company Appian Corp. has acquired Seville, Spain-based software company Novayre Solutions SL, developer of the Jidoka Robotic Process Automation (RPA) platform. Financial terms of the acquisition were