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Attorney for White Flint Says Mall Redevelopment ‘Very Unlikely’ Unless Verdict Reversed

Lord & Taylor’s attorney believes jury’s verdict will hold up on appeal

Business Notes: A White Flint Wegmans?

Plus: Rockville biotech firm looks to go public; study finds low credit card debt in Montgomery County

Steamers Shuts Down

The longtime Woodmont Triangle restaurant is closed, according to a letter sent to the Department of Liquor Control

Business Notes: Testing Bethesda’s Honesty; Cyber Firm Plans Expansion

Plus: New movie theater coming to Wheaton mall

Farm Boy Turned Financier to Launch Gusto Italian Grill

Founder Joshua Grim hopes the new fast casual restaurants opening soon in Bethesda and Silver Spring will be a hit

Business Notes: New Makerspace Coming; Potomac Businesswomen to Pitch Idea on New CNBC Show

Plus: A Bethesda record label turns rock hits into lullabies

Lord & Taylor Pursuing $23 Million to $31 Million Lost Profits Claim in White Flint Trial

Judge dismissed other claims that could have totaled over $1 billion Monday

Business Notes: Bethesda Named One of the 10 Best Places Where Small Businesses Thrive

Plus: Two new stores opening at Westfield Montgomery; Lockheed wins $1.5 billion missile contract

Bethesda Business Receives $500,000 Award from NFL

BrainScope will use the funds to continue developing its concussion monitoring tools

Restaurant Owners Speak out in Support of Privatizing Portion of Liquor Control Department

Move to allow private wholesalers to sell craft beer and fine wine would solve some issues, owners say

Business Notes: Bethesda Pharmaceutical Producer Moving; Biotech Company Lands $20 Million to Develop Ebola Treatment

Plus: Akridge puts Bethesda office building back on the market; Molly Maids launches with pink building

Business Notes: New Bethesda Row Boutique Opens

Plus: Rockville CEO appointed by governor to examine business regulations; local financial company hires new CEO

Business Notes: Discovery’s Shark Week Begins; Small Businesses Receive Awards

Plus: New pet store to open this month

Montgomery County Council Approves Restructuring of Economic Development Department

The independent nonprofit corporation created by the legislation will focus on attracting and retaining businesses

Business Notes: New Permit Fees; Carr Signs Second Tenant

Plus: Rockville video game producer creates mobile hit; Bethesda and Rockville accounting firms announce merger

Business Notes: New York Mural in Bethesda Nears Completion; Bike Store Reopens

Plus: local hospitals make ‘best of’ list; health tech company raises $30 million

Greater Washington Board of Trade Sends Letter to Hogan in Support of Purple Line

The letter was signed by leaders of more than a dozen large regional businesses

Business Notes: Dance Studio Heads Up the Pike, Bethesda Green Incubator Company Moves Out

Plus: Flax-focused café closes up shop, "green landscaper" in running for $100,000 grant

New Architecture Pop-Up Store Opening in Woodmont Triangle

Store will showcase items from the collections of Chuck Wagner and Bill Adair

Business Notes: Downtown Bethesda Building Sold for $63.5 Million; Host Buys $400 Million Resort

Plus: Women’s co-working space opens; Bach to Rock plans Houston expansion; and a local restaurant wins industry association award
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