Joshua Zumbrun

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Reporter covering the US economy for Bloomberg

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Washington, DC has now replaced California's Silicon Valley as the wealthiest metropolitan area in the United States.

Do America's Movers and Shakers Live in a (Beltway) Bubble?

Washington, DC has now replaced California's Silicon Valley as the wealthiest metropolitan area in the United States.

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Metropolitan Washington, DC now boasts the highest median income in the United States, taking the place of Silicon Valley, the center of high-tech prosperity.

Do America's Movers and Shakers Live in a Bubble?

Metropolitan Washington, DC now boasts the highest median income in the United States, taking the place of Silicon Valley, the center of high-tech prosperity.

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