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The Washington Post CAPBIZ A.M. - December 30, 2014: Your perfect cup of coffee comes with cream, sugar and data.

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Your first source for understanding business in greater Washington   •  Tue., Dec. 30, 2014 View in your Web browser Your perfect cup of coffee comes with cream, sugar and data Welcome to  CapBiz A.M. , your morning primer on business news with a focus on Washington. Brewing business:  At Shaw’s Compass Coffee, founders Harrison Suarez and Michael Haft try to ensure that each cup has the same medley of flavors as the last. To do that, the business uses a dash of WiFi-enabled roasters, a sprinkle of open-source software and  an experimental attitude . (On I.T.) Building blocks : The rejuvenation of industrial space in the District’s Northeast quadrant continues. Now, developers want to turn the area’s vacant warehouses into green-roofed, bio-equipped condominiums . (WP) Rebuilding:  Mayor Vincent Gray , in one of his final acts in office, has selected a team to lead the first phase of the massive St. Elizabeths East redevelopment into a  residential, retail and of

The Washington Post CapBiz A.M. - December 29, 2014: Washington’s biggest business stories of the year

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Your first source for understanding business in greater Washington   •  Mon., Dec. 29, 2014 View in your Web browser Washington’s biggest business stories of the year Welcome to  CapBiz A.M. , your morning primer on business news with a focus on Washington. A look back:  This past year was one of fresh starts as the D.C. region looked to inject a spark into a sputtering economy. Here’s a look at  the most important business developments  this past year in Washington. (CAPBIZ) A look forward:   From a new stealth bomber to the military’s health care records system, here are some of the  most critical government contracts  to keep an eye out for in the new year. (CAPBIZ) Welcome to  CapBiz A.M. , your morning primer on business news with a focus on Washington. A look back:  This past year was one of fresh starts as the D.C. region looked to inject a spark into a sputtering economy. Here’s a look at  the most important business developments  this past year in Washingt

The Washington Post CapBiz A.M.- December 24, 2014. Capital gain tax to shrink in the capital.

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Your first source for understanding business in greater Washington   •   Wed., Dec. 24, 2014 Capital gain tax to shrink in the capital Welcome to  CapBiz A.M. , your morning primer on business news with a focus on Washington. Final moves:  With his days as the District’s top executive quickly coming to an end, Mayor Vincent Gray has officially lowered the capital gains tax rate for city residents who invest in D.C.-based technology companies. (CAPBIZ) Swap scenario:  The General Services Administration is seeking a real estate developer capable of building a 2.1 million-square-foot new headquarters for the FBI. For developers,  the proposition would be quite a gamble . (CAPBIZ) Washington’s next Wal-Mart:  Wal-Mart has signed a lease for a store at Skyland Town Center, the D.C. mayor’s office has announced, marking  the final step in a protracted effort to bring the retail giant to Southeast Washington. (CAPBIZ) Drawing the line:  The Sony hack shows that wha