Early Briefing 10.01.2007

Here are a few stories from Monday's Washington Business section:

Prince William's efforts to build a high-tech business hub have met with mixed results. See story.

In a few short years, Dyscern has gone from basement-startup to eBay success story, with $12 million in projected sales. But the Sterling online retailer's rapid growth poses a challenge to its management team of family and friends. See story.

BET founder Robert L. Johnson is set to close on his latest venture: a $125 million corporate buyout fund. See story.

The voice of Giant Food says farewell after 41 years on the job. See story.

In Columbia Heights, developers are leaving room for the little guys. See story.

By Mike Shepard  |  September 30, 2007; 11:36 PM ET  | Category:  Morning Brief
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