• Barrons.com17 days ago

    [$$] Graham Holdings Could Have 35% Upside

    Graham Holdings, the TV and education company formerly known as the Washington Post Co., has undergone considerable change in the past few years. The Graham family’s four-decade-long business relationship with Warren Buffett formally ended in 2014 when Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) swapped nearly all of its 24% stake in Graham Holdings for a Miami TV station, cash, and other assets. All the while, Graham Holdings steadily shrank its once-formidable domestic education business, Kaplan, in the face of declining enrollment, bad publicity, and government pressure.

  • American City Business Journals19 days ago

    The downside to development: When it’s your home being transformed

    Tysons is a great example: The 40-year plan to transform the office-park area by the Beltway into a more accessible, walkable, livable community is underway. “I just want to protect our residential lifestyle,” said Amy Tozzi, a retired CIA employee and Tysons resident, to The Washington Post . The project’s scale is massive and “an epic endeavor,” Tysons Partnership President Michael Caplin told The Washington Post .