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article imageWashington Post to start a weekly business publication

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By Andrew Moran
Mar 17, 2010 in Business
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Washington - The Washington Post recently announced that it will soon launch a weekly business publication called "Capital Business." Each issue will cover topics ranging from government contracting to the legal industry to technology.
On Monday, the Washington Post announced that it will begin a weekly business publication titled Capital Business on April 19, which will focus on the greater Washington business area and be delivered on Mondays with the Washington Post.
According to Folio Magazine, the new publication will be headed by editor Dan Beyers and general manager Arnie Applebaum.
Each issue will cover issues ranging from government contracting to the legal industry to technology and a variety of other topics. Capital Business will also correlate politics and public policies to its effect on business and technology, which will inform business owners and executives on important government decisions being implemented.
Between April 19 and May 10, seven-day Washington Post subscribers will receive free issues and afterwards annual subscriptions will cost $49 per year for 52 issues.
“Capital Business is intended to help the business community navigate the region's dynamic economy at a time of great change and opportunity. This publication is going to be more than just a collection of company profiles and business data--we plan to deliver the high quality news and analysis readers have come to expect from The Post,” said Beyer, reports the Wall Street Journal Market Watch.
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