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Knight Kiplinger speaks at Potomac Officers Club

His name is synonymous with personal finance. For over two decades, Knight Kiplinger has been been known as one of America’s most respected economic journalists and business forecasters. This past Thursday — as the government reported more unemployment claims had been filed that week than at any other time in …

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CNSI’s B. Chatterjee on managing growth

As president of CNSI, a high-technology services company based in Rockville, Md., B. Chatterjee knows all about managing growth. Since his company’s start in 1994, CNSI has grown quickly while developing long-term relationships with key public sector clients. In the following Q&A, Chatterjee debriefs on the infrastructure, processes and procedures …

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Fight Night 2008

Fight Night was recently named by BizBash magazine as the number one benefit in Washington. This year’s event, which takes place Thursday, November 6, at the Hilton Washington, is expected to draw over 2,000 of Washington’s leaders in business, politics, sports, and the media to promote the quality of education …

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GTSI CFO Joe Ragan To Start New Drill

Boart Longyear sounds a little like the name of the hero’s foil in a slapstick comedy. But, in fact, it is a billion dollar global integrated drilling services provider and products manufacturer for the Minerals Industry. And, per today’s announcement, it is also where government IT services and solutions provider GTSI’s …

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Jim Duffey to chair 2008 Kidney Ball

It’s a frightening statistic: The Washington, DC area leads the nation in the prevalence of kidney disease. But there’s hope. The Kidney Ball is the National Kidney Foundation’s largest one-day fundraiser, raising funds to support medical research and other critical initiatives. To keep the momentum going, Jim Duffey, a key …

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American Systems’ Competitive Advantage

This is an interesting time for companies within the government contracting space, as uncertainties abound on the economic and political front. But AMERICAN SYSTEMS’ President and CEO Bill Hoover is up for the challenge. In the following Q&A, Hoover shares his thoughts on what is sure to be a critical …

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10 COOs That ExecutiveBiz Readers Should Definitely Know

Comedian Rodney Dangerfield is perhaps best known for his line “I don’t get no respect.” One wonders if, in a previous life, Dangerfield was a chief operating officer. While the president and chief executive officer are accountable for establishing an organization’s goals – and meeting them – over time it …

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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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ExecutiveBiz Web 2.0 Conference Speaker Spotlight: Om Malik

While personal blogs continue to sprout up more frequently than technology executives at Tyson’s Silver Diner, the number of bloggers who have been able to transform the hobby into a viable and sustainable business remains minuscule. But one blogger and former technology journalist has broken through to build arguably one …

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New Report Issued on Marketing Power of Web 2.0

There was an interesting article in this morning’s Internet Travel News about the power of social networking as a marketing tool. It caught my eye, not so much because of what it had to say to travel industry professionals in particular, but because it portended a marketing “tidal wave” for all industries. …

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