• Toyota recalls 2.77 million vehicles

    11/14/12 4:46 AM

    Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling 2.77 million vehicles around the world for a water pump problem and a steering shaft defect that may result in faulty steering - the latest in a spate of quality woes for Japan's top automaker.

  • From POLITICO: Kerry considered for DOD

    11/13/12 10:25 AM

    From POLITICO: If President Barack Obama asked John Kerry to become secretary of defense for his second term, he would bring a seasoned foreign policy hand into the Cabinet but a major question mark into the Pentagon.

  • From NextGov: What to expect on technology in Obama's second term

    11/12/12 10:43 AM

    From NextGov: Obama’s regulators arrived in January 2009 with a laundry list of priorities they have largely achieved—a version of network neutrality called the “Open Internet” rule; more spectrum for wireless broadband networks; subsidies for those who don’t yet have broadband access; and limits on how much telecom companies can charge for access to high-speed lines.

  • Lockheed Martin ousts new CEO for relationship

    11/9/12 10:36 PM

    Lockheed Martin Corp. has ousted its president and future CEO, Christopher Kubasik, over a relationship with a subordinate. Kubasik, 51, was scheduled to become CEO in January.

  • Washington Business Report Nov. 11, 2012

    11/9/12 5:16 PM

    This week on Washington Business Report: Marion Blakey, President and CEO of the Aerospace Industries Association, Peter Morici of the University of Maryland, and Bruce DePuyt of NewsChannel8.

  • From Defense Systems: Air Force explores options for future protected satcom

    11/9/12 9:54 AM

    From Defense Systems: The Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center has awarded as many as 17 contracts worth a total of $84.3 million to companies to help it explore concepts for a future generation of protected military satellite communications architecture.

  • From Information Week: 5 items should top Obama's technolog agenda

    11/8/12 11:08 AM

    From Information Week: The presidential election is over. Now it is time to get to work. While the sweep of this year's presidential elections was overwhelming in money spent, media attention and endless (and sometimes mindless) commentary, the tasks facing President Obama and team for the next four years are also formidable. Here are my five top technology agenda items

  • Airlines cancel flights ahead of Nor'easter

    11/7/12 8:01 AM

    Major airlines are scrapping flights in and out of the New York area ahead of the second significant storm in little more than a week.

  • From The Washington Post: Washington area contractors plan for sequestration delay

    11/5/12 10:00 AM

    From The Washington Post: As mandatory federal spending cuts of nearly $1 trillion loom larger, many Washington area government contractors are making bets the cuts will be delayed, and they are holding back on lowering their financial guidance to Wall Street.

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