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The sun sets behind FedEx Field. Three politicians in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia are teaming up across partisan lines to try and prevent their governments from waging a bidding war with public money to build a new stadium for the Washington Redskins. (AP Photo/J. David Ake, File)

Hail to the Redskins paying for their own stadium

By Washington Examiner |
In a move unprecedented in recent sports history, all the local heads of government have agreed to eschew subsidies to the Skins.

Metro DC's odds of winning Amazon headquarters rise with top 20 list

By James Langford |

The finalists represent a little less than 10 percent of the 238 contestants who vied for the offices, where Seattle-based Amazon expects to...

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Apple predicts $30B in capital expenditures, 20,000 new jobs over next five years

By Anna Giaritelli |

The company was already planning on spending $55 billion on domestic U.S. suppliers and manufacturers in 2018.

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Trump tax plan compounds $6.2 billion blow from GE insurance troubles

By James Langford |

While there's an initial cost from the tax bill, GE's Chief Financial Officer Jamie Miller said the company likes the new business framework...

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