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Washington Post’s “The Download” Emerges From “The Down Low”

Several years into writing Washington Post’s “The Download” column, Shannon Henry published an entry in December of 2004 that queried local technology players on what trends might emerge during the coming year. More specifically, Henry addressed how, depending on the prevailing economic and entrepreneurial climate, the region’s tech identity wavered …

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Greg Gallopoulos Sails to V.P. of General Dynamics

Greg Gallopoulos has marked a rapid ascent to V.P. after recently joining General Dynamics as deputy general counsel in July. This stellar rise is certainly a reflection of his years of management and legal expertise in the wide arena of corporate and government litigation. Mr. Gallopoulos built this expertise while …

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Local Banks Can be Harbors of Safety

It is no surprise to most Americans that the economy is struggling and pulling down the banking industry into a cyclone of recession. As several financial institutions have failed requiring government seizure and oversight, a pool of local banks has wisely navigated the nasty financial muck and created islands of …

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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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Michael Cherkasky Named CEO of USIS

Congratulations to Michael Cherkasky for his appointment to C.E.O. of US Investigations Services. The responsibilities for Cherkasky will be to set corporate tactical direction, expand security services and products, and provide vision and leadership in an effort to surpass annual revenues of $750 million. As the largest provider of screening, …

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Microsoft Has a New V.P.

A solid congratulations is in order to Curt Kolcun for his recent promotion to Vice President of Public Sector at Microsoft Corp. In this position, Curt’s responsibility will be overseeing federal, state, and local business, and all education markets. Kolcun was the former Vice President of the Federal Division where …

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