The Good, the Bad, and the Stupid of 2012


Join us for another stroll through some of the more interesting, intriguing and just plain bizarre achievements and, well, non-achievements in the world of Washington business during 2012.

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Although health care is serious business, Accolade — a health care concierge for employers, health systems and health plans — doesn’t take itself too seriously.

An online marketplace for entrepreneurs, Bonanza offers a benefits package that’s comparable to other technology companies that tend to be a lot bigger. Employees don’t pay monthly premiums for health care.

Sustainable Interiors is a small business, but its benefits package includes a SIMPLE IRA in which the company matches employees’ contributions dollar for dollar up to 3 percent of their salary.