Early Briefing

*Sunrise Senior Living chief executive Paul Klaassen let slip that just two of the company's nine board members are on a committee looking at allegations of financial misconduct. See story.

*AOL employees got information on their severance packages yesterday. See story


A rendering of law firm Mayer Brown's new Washington office on K Street. (Image Courtesy Of Vornado/Charles E. Smith)

*The Washington office of Mayer Brown signed a deal yesterday to move into a building at 20th and K streets NW, the District's first by architect Helmut Jahn and his firm Murphy/Jahn. See story.

*Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot stepped up efforts to bring the D.C. United stadium to his state. See story

*Jenny Botero, who heads cleaning operations for Marriott, is heading to the White House to be its executive housekeeper, according to the Reliable Source column.

By Terri Rupar  |  October 17, 2007; 5:00 AM ET  | Category:  Morning Brief
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