Monthly Archives: March 2016

Regional Voice: Dr. John C. Cavanaugh, President & CEO Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area

For any region to thrive economically, it is essential that it has a very strong base of excellent colleges and universities that serve a broad range of needs. The best possible base would include the full spectrum of universities from very large research universities that have a major focus on knowledge creation to those that […]

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Washington Business Journal: The voice of business in D.C. has fallen to a sad whisper lately

        Viewpoint from Doug Fruehling, Editor of the Washington Business Journal March 11, 2016 “I’m very disappointed in the leadership of the business community today. There doesn’t seem to be a plan at all for anything.” That’s Barbara Lang, former head of the D.C. Chamber of Commerce, speaking to The Washington Post […]

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Washington Business Journal: How to rally the region, quietly

        Viewpoint by Douglas Fruehling, Editor of the Washington Business Journal Feb 19, 2016 I’ve never seen an approach to regionalism in Greater Washington quite like Bob Buchanan’s. It’s methodical, targeted and, for now, mostly covert. And that’s a good thing. Buchanan, as you’ll recall, is a developer who in 2010 launched […]

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