In Monday's Paper

In Monday's Washington Business, we meet some executives who are in the second (and sometimes third) act of their careers, having moved from one sector to another. Perhaps the best example is former Arthur Andersen chief executive Joseph Berardino, who niow runs a biotech start-up in Maryland. See story.

Stephen Barr's Federal Diary introduces us to two federal scientists who the running for a prestigious public service award for research that led to a vaccine against human papilloma virus.

We also find out more about the behind-the-scenes work by a Dallas-based real estate firm -- founded by Cowboys legend Roger Staubach -- that helped bring Volkswagen to Herndon. See story.

And we attend a local gathering of YouTube celebrities and their fans that featured such online video stars as "EvilWillieWonka". See story.

By Mike Shepard  |  September 10, 2007; 11:11 AM ET
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