CEB Brings 800 New Jobs to Virginia


Company Establishes New Headquarters in Arlington County


CEB recently broke ground at its new headquarters building in Arlington County, Va. This marked a celebration of the company's July 2014 announcement that it would invest $149.7 million and create 800 new jobs.

CEB has called Virginia home since its move from D.C. in 2008. It has grown to become a public-traded company (NYSE: CEB) and leading member-based advisory business that equips more than 10,000 organizations across the globe with solutions to transform performance. CEB helps leaders more effectively manage talent, information, customers and risk, and its member companies include almost 90 percent of the Fortune 500.
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McKesson Medical-Surgical Adds 225 Jobs in Henrico County

Company invests $10 million to expand its divisional headquarters in Virginia.
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Lindenburg Industry Invests $113 Million in Appomattox County

Lindenburg creates 349 jobs and announces its first U.S. manufacturing operation in the Commonwealth.
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Monogram Food Solutions Adds 200 New Jobs in Henry County

Company invests $36 million to expand its meat snacks production facility.
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SAY "YES" TO VIRGINIA

Tom Monahan, CEB Chairman and CEO, explains why the company chose Virginia for its state-of-the-art headquarters location.
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VIRGINIA VICTORIES

U.S. Green Building Council
Ranks Virginia a Top State for LEED Green Building Certifications.
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Pollina and AEDI
Rank VEDP No. 2 on their Top 10 State Economic Development Organizations list.
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