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Tom Campbell’s winning vision

When Tom Campbell first started his firm, DC Capital Partners, he and his partners laid out a five-year vision of where they wanted to invest. Today, that strategy is paying off, with six transactions closed last year and two pending. “We follow our own strategy, our own plan, and our …

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ExecutiveBiz Selects Top Ten “Beltway Game Changers”

Earlier this month ExecutiveBiz highlighted ten area executives in relatively new roles who we expect to be firmly placed in the 2008 spotlight. Perhaps these executives can take their cue from another set of leaders who have grown quite accustomed to being in the middle of the action. ExecutiveBiz’s “Beltway …

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Contractors Swoop In to Fill Void as Aging Feds Retire

More than 60,000 federal workers retired in 2006 according to a recent BusinessWeek article. That leaves a lot of unoccupied desks across the federal government. While Uncle Sam scrambles to recruit a new generation of workers, contractors have already begun to replace many of the vacancies. Contracting firms, often with …

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Web 2.0 Roundtable

A Web 2.0 Roundtable was held this morning at the Tower Club. Some of the comments and insights are: ROI vs- ROE: This group consisted of mostly large companies in need of products with ROI, Janet Hall of TMNG Global suggested that every company will not only weigh the Return …

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100 Fastest-Growing Tech Companies: DC Area Results

For the third year in a row, Business 2.0 magazine has come out with their list of the 100 fastest-growing tech companies. The results for 2007 include eight firms right here in Virginia and Maryland. I’ll give you a peek into their financials and a clue as to why they’ve …

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Web 2.0 Group Eats Its Own Dog Food

If your business is in the Washington area, you’ve no doubt been solicited to attend what seems like an endless collection of summits, conferences, symposiums, and panel discussions. All too often, participants wander out of these cumbersome meetings feeling that it was a waste of time. This frustration is common …

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