Is D.C. becoming one of the U.S.’s technology hubs? With Yelp’s Friday announcement that it would be opening an office in the District, we wonder if the move is a coup for the region. Will the new office bring more jobs, or will it be a repeat of some of the city’s past tech failures?

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  • Dan Sernovitz Reporter, Washington Business Journal
  • Brian Kenner Deputy Mayor For Economic Development, District Of Columbia

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