Northrop hires staff as it readies new HQ

Only half of California staff will make the move to Virginia

The carpet's being laid, the walls are being painted, gym and conference space is being installed, and the 14-story building in Northern Virginia that will serve as Northrop Grumman's new corporate headquarters has that smell of newness about it.


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Although the furniture might be on its way, a Washington Post report said only about half of Northrop Grumman's Los Angeles-based staff will relocate, prompting the company to hire many new employees for the Falls Church office before the doors open in late summer.

That translates into about 150 new hires, many of them key executive positions, a company spokesman told the Post.

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