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Unions, Charity Accuse McDonald's of Avoiding $1.1 Billion in Tax
In Europe, the fast-food giant is accused of routing revenues through a Luxembourg unit.
Apple Ordered to Pay $533 Million for Patent Infringement
A federal jury in Texas found that its iTunes software infringed three patents owned by patent licensing firm Smartflash LLC.
Industry Lobbyists Take Aim at Proposed FAA Drone Rules
Businesses hoping to capitalize on the commercial potential of drones are preparing to push back against proposed regulations that would strictly limit how the aircraft can be used.
Yelp Sues Sites That Claim They Can Sell Business Owners 5-Star Reviews
The embattled crowdsourced review platform returns to court again but this time it is on the other side of the legal line.
On U.S. Net Neutrality Rules, 11th-Hour Push Against Vague Rule
One aspect of the rules is drawing criticism from both opponents and proponents of tighter regulation.
Lawsuits Facing Uber and Lyft Could Alter the Sharing Economy
Some drivers of those companies argue they've been misclassified as independent contractors and want full employee status.
How to Protect Your Company's Valuable Social Media Contacts
It is easy for an employee to take business away from your company through social media. You need to protect yourself.
Apple Sued Over Alleged Employee Poaching
An electric-car battery maker says Apple lured away some of the company's top engineers to build a large-scale battery division.
U.S. Marshals to Auction 50,000 Bitcoins From Silk Road
The auction follows the recent criminal conviction of the mastermind behind the online black market.
BlackBerry to Seacrest: This Ain't Over
The Canadian tech company ratchets up its fight versus Seacrest's Typo with new complaint.
Draft Rules on Commercial Drones Keep Some Limits on Use
The U.S. aviation regulator proposed rules for commercial drone flights that would lift some restrictions but would still bar other activities.
The Quirky State Laws That Salespeople Must Know About
Little-known regulations, such as the fact that Tuesday is Mardi Gras Day in Louisiana, can get telemarketers in big trouble.
Uber's Nightmare Scenario
A look at how everything could go wrong for the world's hottest new company.
SEC Probes Suspicious BlackBerry Trading
A spike in trading in BlackBerry options took place hours before Reuters reported that Samsung was in talks to buy the Canadian smartphone maker.
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