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Europe Doesn't Want American Apples. Here's Why It Doesn't Matter.
The impact of an ostensible ban on U.S.-grown apples is mostly a blow to the ego, though the broader food industry should pay attention.
How to Fire Someone Without Getting Sued (Infographic)
Dismissals can sometimes backfire, leading to taxing legal clashes. That's why it's crucial to have your bases covered.
Find an Attorney Who Will Be in Your Corner With These 3 Tips
Startups should seek good legal counsel for a multitude of questions and issues. It's obviously important to trust your lawyer.
Report: Tech Giants to Pay $324 Million to Settle No-Hiring Lawsuit
Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe have settled a suit that accused the firms of conspiring not to hire one another's engineers.
8 Steps to Take Before Opening the Doors of Your Nonprofit
Before you can start the hard word of raising money for your mission, there are a few things you need to put in place to help guarantee your nonprofit's success.
Entrepreneur Press and Cheryl Kimball
Just Add Water: Powdered Alcohol Approved by the U.S. Government
You may be able to order pouches of powdered vodka, Cosmopolitans and 'Powderitas' as soon as this fall.
Dislike: If You 'Like' General Mills on Facebook, You Can't Sue the Company
The American food manufacturer has made an unprecedented sneaky, (anti)social media move to keep itself out of court.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
The Biggest Legal Mistake Entrepreneurs Make
Often entrepreneurs try to cut corners to save costs. But doing so with your legal documents, may end up costing you more down the road.
Basha Frost Rubin and Mirra Levitt
The 3 Hires I Wish I'd Made Sooner
Here are the commonly overlooked positions that will help you smooth out operations at and help grow your company.
Sriracha Factory Given 90-Day Ultimatum as Spicy Fumes Declared a 'Public Nuisance'
With residents of Irwindale, Calif., complaining of a burning sensation in their eyes and throats, a Sriracha factory must clean up shop.
Does a 6-Hour Workday Lead to Better Productivity? Sweden's About to Find Out.
An economic experiment set to be held in Sweden's second largest city, Gothenburg, will see the hours of an average workday slashed in hopes of enhancing productivity.
Franchisees Sue Papa Murphy's as Pizza Chain Prepares for IPO
More than 20 franchisees have accused Papa Murphy's of failing to release necessary information in franchise disclosure documents.
3 Practical Ways to Save on Attorney Fees
Your attorney's billable hours can stack up fast, so here are some tips that can lower your bill.
Bankrupt Quiznos Settles With Franchisees in Cost Dispute
The bankrupt sandwich chain has reached a settlement with 12 defunct franchisees who were suing the company for about $40 million.
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