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.
Tipped workers are coming into the spotlight in the minimum wage debate, with Rhode Island considering tripling the minimum wage for those workers.
Franchise owners in Seattle are still on track to be grouped with large businesses under the city's new minimum wage law.
The tech giant is moving away from the ill-loved brand in favor of a new browser codenamed Project Spartan.
Backed by a minimum-wage activist group, employees that suffered severe burns on the job have filed complaints against the chain in 19 cities.
To protect your company, create rules that let workers know what can and can't be said, as well as how to act appropriately online.
Before you add 'amateur attorney' to your job description, it's important to take a step back and consider if a DIY legal approach is really best for your business.
The deadline is quickly approaching for existing companies to claim S corporation tax treatment.
Congress joins the franchising industry in seeking explanations.
The embattled crowdsourced review platform returns to court again but this time it is on the other side of the legal line.
It is easy for an employee to take business away from your company through social media. You need to protect yourself.
With the president, the FAA and state legislatures weighing in on commercial drone use, NoFlyZone CEO Ben Marcus wants to open up the conversation and give individuals the power to put the unmanned vehicles on a path that doesn't include their private property.
Franchise industry leaders are lobbying to preserve the existing joint employer definition, in contrast to the National Labor Relations Board's recent decisions.
'An ox is a castrated bull,' the energy drink giant wrote in a recent filing.
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