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Uber Is Eating Up Taxi Rides in New York City
But the Big Apple isn't the only area that is undergoing this kind of transportation change.
Drone Owners Will Soon Have to Register With the Federal Government
A task force is being asked to flesh out how the registration will work to put a system in place ahead of the holiday season.
Amazon Sues More Than 1,000 People Over Fake Reviews
Some Fiverr users were allegedly paid to publish Amazon reviews.
Apple Ordered to Pay $234 Million to University for Patent Infringement
The processors in Apple's iPhone 5S, 6 and 6 Plus -- along with some editions of the iPad -- violated the patent.
7 Actions to Take After Incorporating Your Business
You have formed a limited liability company. What should you do now?
Don't Bet on It: DraftKings, FanDuel Ordered to Shut Down in Nevada
The state says the fantasy sports leagues can't do business there without obtaining gambling licenses.
Uber Wins a Major Lawsuit in the U.K.'s High Court
The court ruling allows Uber drivers to work in London.
Apple Faces $860 Million in Damages After Losing Patent Lawsuit to University of Wisconsin
A jury found that the iPhone maker used technology owned by the university's licensing arm without permission.
5 Reasons Your Startup Should Add a 'Shark' to the Dream Team
Your startup has its your hustler, its hipster, its hacker. But, wait, isn't somebody missing here?
3 Key Legal Issues Online Marketers Need to Know About
There are several key legal issues you need to be aware of before you start contacting customers or potential customers
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.
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.
How Copyrights Become Public Domain
Copyright law isn't the easiest subject in the world. Here, we break down some of the basics.
New York Just Issued Its First BitLicense
A bitcoin startup called Circle Internet Financial is now permitted to offer digital currency services in the state.
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