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Will Decriminalization of Sex Work Become the Next Anti-Regulation Battle?
As the case for legalizing marijuana gains steam across the U.S., sex workers and activists are following suit, arguing that criminalizing their work does more harm than good.
HP Faces Counter Suit From Autonomy's Mike Lynch Over $11 Billion Deal
The CEO is suing HP for $150 million in damages accusing the company of making false and negligent statement about him.
Microsoft and Google Make Peace in Patent Battles
The companies are settling 18 cases in the U.S. and Germany.
Uber Is Having a Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Week
Here's a breakdown of the issues the company is dealing with in Amsterdam, Paris and London.
JustFab: Silicon Valley Sees a Unicorn, Customers See a Trojan Horse
The company's founders have a history of being associated with dubious practices.
Copyright on 'Happy Birthday' Song Ruled Invalid
If the ruling stands, 'Happy Birthday' will enter the public domain.
After the Settlement: What GM Needs to Do Now
Mary Barra called the two-year legal and public relations crisis 'a catalyst for meaningful change.'
Judge Allows Class-Action Lawsuit Against Target in Data Breach
A U.S. judge certified a class action against Target brought by several banks over the retailer's massive data breach.
Ellen Pao Won't Appeal Gender Discrimination Trial Verdict
The former venture capitalist, who recently resigned as CEO of Reddit, says she wants to 'move forward.'
White Collar Crime
U.S. to Focus on Holding Individual Execs Accountable -- Not Just Their Companies -- in Criminal Cases
A memo by Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates outlines the new rules.
Man Arrested After Crashing Drone at U.S. Open
Chipotle Hit With Lawsuit Over GMO-Free Menu Claims
A California woman has accused the burrito chain of false advertising.
9 Questions Employers Need to Answer Before Firing an Ashley Madison Customer
Now that anybody can find out who was trolling the cheater website employers have to decide if an employee two-timing a spouse is cause for termination or if it's wiser to just mind the business.
Ellen Pao Appeals Order to Pay Kleiner Perkins $276,000
The former venture capitalist, who just stepped down as CEO of Reddit, was ordered to pay trial costs related to the discrimination case she lost this year.
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