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3 Key Agreements Every Family Business Needs in Writing
Sadly, family businesses are not immune to the disputes that afflict every business. Putting agreements in writing can save the family, as well as the business.
France's Postal Service is Experimenting with Drone Mail Delivery
LaPoste could beat Amazon and Google to the punch.
United Airlines, Orbitz in Legal Brawl With 22-Year-Old Travel Entrepreneur
Aktarer Zaman's startup, Skiplagged, aims to popularize 'hidden city' ticketing, in which passengers disembark at their layover destinations.
Have a Burning Business Question? Ask the Expert: Lori Hoberman.
Our expert this month is a lawyer, and she is looking to take your questions on entity formation, employee compensation, funding and more.
'The Wolf of Wall Street' and 'Game of Thrones' Top the Most Pirated Media of 2014
Unsurprisingly, piracy numbers line up with the year's box office numbers and television ratings.
Airbnb Hostess Who Earned $61,000 in 9 Months Now Faces Eviction, Judge Rules
The battle against Airbnb in New York City rages onward.
One Kings Lane's Alison Pincus on the Importance of Coffee Dates and Asking for Help
The One Kings Lane co-founder urges young entrepreneurs to seek the guidance of others when first starting up.
Chick-fil-A Fails to Shut Down 'Eat More Kale' in Trademark Battle
A kale-loving solopreneur triumphed over the famous chicken chain, who's slogan is 'Eat Mor Chikin.'
Obama's DOJ Is Bringing Its Big Guns to the Apple eBook Appeal
The primary job of the Solicitor General's office is to argue cases before the Supreme Court. Why is it taking Amazon's side on this appeal?
Harvard Professor Wages War Against Chinese Restaurant Over Outdated Menu
Business professor Benjamin Edelman notified 'the applicable authorities' after he was reportedly overcharged $4 on an order.
With FAA Slow With Drone Approval, Amazon Looks Elsewhere
Pushing back against the FAA's regulation process, the Internet giant aims to take its research and development abroad.
Apple Accused of Deliberately Deleting Competitors' Songs on iPods
Court proceedings are underway in California as the tech giant has to defend actions it took on iPods purchased between 2006 and 2009 wiping music off users' iPods accounts downloaded from competing music services.
Will Tesla Have to Franchise?
Elon Musk has hinted that Tesla may be considering a departure from the direct sales model, something industry insiders consider inevitable.
Move Over DNA, Your Wearable Data Could Soon Be Used in the Courtroom
A Canadian personal injury case making use of a plaintiff's Fitbit data could set a global precedent.
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