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In its fifth decade, Great American Restaurants isn’t slowing down. Instead, it’s launching two new concepts and expanding on a third in a large complex on Leesburg Pike in Tysons. The successful restaurant group knows what works, but it continues to push itself in new directions in its ques…

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As businesses shut down, unemployment rose and people stayed home due to COVID-19, nonprofit organizations found themselves in a tenuous position. They faced an increased need for their services while sources for funding became uncertain. Four area nonprofits shared with The Business Voice h…

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With all that’s changed, two things remain the same: the people committed to doing good in and for our community, and your Chamber’s commitment to recognizing and celebrating them. The efforts of these individuals, businesses, and nonprofits mean a lot to all of us, so we asked a few of the …

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As businesses shut down, unemployment rose and people stayed home due to COVID-19, nonprofit organizations found themselves in a tenuous position. They faced an increased need for their services while sources for funding became uncertain. Four area nonprofits shared with The Business Voice h…

Colleges in Northern Virginia plan a mix of online and in-person classes and services this fall to keep students safe while allowing them to stay involved as much as possible in campus life.

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Kathryn Falk, vice president Northern Virginia at Cox Communications, began her year as Chair of the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce in June. The Business Voice talked with her about her vision for the Chamber, its biggest challenges and opportunities, and why her favorite book is one …

With all that’s changed, two things remain the same: the people committed to doing good in and for our community, and your Chamber’s commitment to recognizing and celebrating them. The efforts of these individuals, businesses, and nonprofits mean a lot to all of us, so we asked a few of the …

A pandemic, closed schools and businesses, massive and growing unemployment, racial conflict, and a presidential election. What more is in store for us in 2020? Uncertainty and, with everyone working together, progress. We can emerge from this as a stronger community with a vibrant economy t…

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