Boeing headquarters relocate to Virginia

Boeing announced the relocation of its headquarters from Chicago to Arlington.

Boeing already has a campus in northern Virginia and believes they will benefit from being closer to Washington D.C. so it can be closer to customers, stakeholders, and key government officials.

In addition to the movement of their headquarters, Boeing plans to develop a research and technology hub to attract new employees.

Governor Glenn Youngkin is the former co-CEO of the Carlyle Group and has a relationship with Boeing CEO David Calhoun from prior business ventures.

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Meteor in Northern Virginia

After many reports of the “boom” like sounds accompanied by a few fireball sightings from the Northern Virginia area, the geostationary lighting mapper data showed a strong fireball like signature.

The meteors magnitude in comparison to a previous fireball was at -12. Marking the same brightness as the full moon. After a quick analysis of the infrasound signal it indicated an energy of a few tons of TNT.

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Over 900 new jobs will be available in N. VA.

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Gov. Notham announced that Guidehouse, a management consulting company, will invest $12.7 million in a global headquarters in Fairfax County.

Gov. Northam added that Guidehouse was a leading global provider of consulting services to the public and commercial markets.

Virginia was chosen for the new facility over Maryland and Washington D.C. for the project.

The company has more than 9,000 professionals in over 50 locations globally.

This new outlet will house more than 1,500 employees at full capacity and create more than 900 new jobs.

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