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Amazon Sues Alleged Sellers of Bogus 5-Star Product Reviews
Beware peddlers of lies. The ecommerce goliath is dropping the legal hammer on four sites it claims hawk fake positive product reviews.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
5 Ways to Manage 'Mad Men'-Era Sexual Harassment
Spoiler alert! Every entrepreneur should follow these 5 "R"s in training their managers on sexual and other forms of unlawful harassment.
What the Craft Beer Industry Can Teach Entrepreneurs About Trademarks
The amazing growth in the number of brew companies has created many branding and trademark conflicts. How they are resolved is a great lesson.
Cuba Says U.S. Companies Won't Get Preferential Treatment
There won't be any special relationships once diplomatic relations are restored between the two countries.
Avoid These 8 Toxic Trademark Mistakes
With a little creatiivity and attention to detail you can protect your own trademarks but the key is to be thorough.
How to Conduct a Patent Search to Make Sure Your Brilliant Invention Doesn't Already Exist (Infographic)
A step-by-step guide on how to find out if your invention has already been patented. We're crossing our fingers it hasn't.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Facebook Faces Off With Belgian Privacy Commission Over Privacy Accusations
A new study calls Facebook's privacy and data collection policies into legal question but the social giant says the authors of the research never reached out to them.
Indiana Gov. Promises to Adjust Religious Freedom Law to Clearly Ban Discrimination
After extensive criticism, Gov. Mike Pence says he now wants to pass legislation clarifying that a recent law does not permit discrimination against gays and lesbians.
Kleiner Perkins Cleared of Gender Bias in Pao Case; Jury Ordered to Deliberate Retaliation Claim
A California jury was ordered to resume deliberations on one of the four claims brought by Pao against the VC firm.
Indiana Governor Signs Religious Freedom Law, Sparking Debates That Echo the Hobby Lobby Dispute
While supporters say the law protects small business owners' religious freedom, critics say it will allow for discrimination against gay customers and drive business out of the state.
Should Tipped Minimum Wage Still Exist?
Tipped workers are coming into the spotlight in the minimum wage debate, with Rhode Island considering tripling the minimum wage for those workers.
Franchises Lose Bid to Block Part of Seattle's Minimum Wage Rollout
Franchise owners in Seattle are still on track to be grouped with large businesses under the city's new minimum wage law.
Microsoft Is Planning to Phase Out Internet Explorer
The tech giant is moving away from the ill-loved brand in favor of a new browser codenamed Project Spartan.
McDonald's Employees Claim They Were Told to Put Mustard on Burns and Keep Working
Backed by a minimum-wage activist group, employees that suffered severe burns on the job have filed complaints against the chain in 19 cities.
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