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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.
Former Peanut Company CEO Sentenced to 28 Years for Deadly Salmonella Outbreak
Stewart Parnell was convicted of knowingly shipping salmonella-tainted peanuts to customers.
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.'
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The 10 Best States to Start a Small Business
A new survey examines state and city governments are the friendliest to growing companies.
Burning Man Considers Legal Action Against Quiznos After Parody Ad
The festival didn't find a video made by the sandwich chain mocking Burning Man for selling out very funny.
Subway Reveals It Did Not Act on a Serious Complaint About Jared Fogle in 2011
The complaint was from a former journalist who also took her concerns to the FBI.
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.'
Should U.S. Tech Companies Be Forced to Hand Over Data Held Overseas?
A New York Court of Appeals is set to hear a case brought by Microsoft in response to a search warrant for emails that are on a server in Ireland.
7 Things You Didn't Know About the Real Colonel Sanders
As KFC's ad campaign brings the Colonel back from the dead, it ignores some of Sanders' complexities that made him so interesting.
Ruth's Chris Sends Cease and Desist to Parody Indian Steakhouse Pop-Up
Ruth Krishna's Tandoori Steakhouse has been renamed Randy Krishna's for David Chang's satiric one-night pop-up restaurant event.
Will This Decision Force Franchises to Reconsider Their Business Models?
The National Labor Relations Board's latest move means franchisors can be held legally accountable by workers.
Lawsuit Claims SoulCycle 'Robs Customers' With Its Class-Purchasing Policy
The proposed class-action suit comes as SoulCycle prepares to go public.
Walmart Will No Longer Sell Semi-Automatic Weapons
The nation's biggest retailer said the move was a result of sluggish demand.
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