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DC’s first Entrepreneur Week gives Washingtonians the chance to turn big ideas into big business.
Washington’s Pamela Hughes made a little history of her own as the interior designer of The Cloister at Sea Island, a five-star historic resort, after a $350 million renovation.
Ted Leonsis tightens his grasp on Washington Sports & Entertainment
Even if you didn’t know these donors before, you’ve undoubtedly benefited from their influence on the Washington community.
The second annual Sport for Social Change Awards Gala honors top-area philanthropists and raises awareness for Street Soccer USA, a non-profit that uses soccer to help homeless persons build the life skills needed to get off the streets.
Next month, the DC10 Summit Series will mix the nation’s top 500 young innovators with big names like Bill Clinton, Mark Cuban, Tiki Barber, Kristen Bell, Ted Leonsis, Russell Simmons, and more
This week’s Social Status Report is out. Angie Goff tracks the online updates of Washington’s big movers ‘n’ shakers.
Ted Leonsis is happy. He wants you to be happy too in his new book “The Business of Happiness: 6 Secrets to Extraordinary Success in Life and Work”