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In a landmark decision, the court said same-sex couples across the U.S. have the right to marry.
When a peer-to-peer startup is forced to classify workers as employees, not contractors, what are the implications? Attorney Jaia Thomas explains.
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Taxi drivers reject an Uber service they say is unfair. Also this week, Taylor Swift takes on Apple.
The court ruled that the federal subsidies that help people pay for their health plans are legal under the Affordable Care Act.
Going out of business
The startup pioneered a number of interesting features, including the ability to follow a breaking news story, but it never figured out how to make money.
A day after the entertainment company announced a 7-for-1 stock split, the activist investor said he sold his remaining Netflix shares.
The car company is one of several that are exploring alternatives to traditional car ownership, including more flexible on-demand models.
Under Jay Z's helm, the company just lost its second CEO in three months.
The tech giant will indeed need to defend claims that its Street View mapping software violates patents held by someone else.
The musician has achieved something few have been able to do: get Apple to change its ways.
However, the ruling to classify a San Francisco-based driver as an employee instead of an independent contractor could potentially change how sharing-economy companies operate.
Roberts founded Comcast in 1963.
The change in policy has caused 'great distress in the metaphysical community,' one beleaguered seller said.
This takes us one step closer to an office supply megastore.