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In our democracy everyone is free to advocate their views but it won't be free if you alienate your customers.
Etsy, Kickstarter are holding a day of action on September 10 as the deadline approaches for public comments on the proposed 'fast lane' rules.
The experiences of prisoners serve as an extreme, stark example of those of startup founders.
David Plouffe, President Obama's former campaign manager and White House adviser, will now oversee global branding, communications and policy for
The former New York City mayor chastised college students across the country for censoring conservative voices.
A poor supervisor can dampen employee engagement and satisfaction, prompting an exodus. Here's what to look out for.
Twenty-eight of America's broadband providers signed an open letter warning the FCC that regulating broadband as a public utility will stifle innovation.
The revision comes after heaping criticism from major tech companies, who believe such a change will not only be a disadvantage to smaller companies but also to consumers.
Opposition to the proposed rule change is growing louder as one commissioner calls for a delay on the May 15 vote and a public comment period.
Seattle mayor Ed Murray proposed a record-setting minimum wage hike of $15 -- a move both waiters and restaurant owners are calling shortsighted for failing to credit tips.
Fingers crossed for stylized brunch photos, artsy sunset shots and lots of selfies.
We applaud athletes-turned-politicians -- but we should also take note of politicians who are athletic. They maintain their physical prowess, despite years in demanding high office.
The rise of 'glass house' transparency is redefining the reality of business life. Are you aware of the new rules of the game?
Everyone's buzzing about Rep. Steve Stockman's plan to submit a bill declaring Bitcoin a currency, but this isn't the first time the politician has whipped up a stir.
As Washington continues to mull new patent legislation, here's a snapshot of the U.S. patent landscape.
Deal cutting and backhandedness arguably belong in Washington. Don't let them destroy your business.
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer vetoed a law that would have given business owners the right to refuse service to customers because of religious beliefs.
On the last day of the public comment period over the proposed equity crowdfunding rules, a slew of stakeholders wrote into the SEC on the topic of liability in the case of fraud.
Bills introduced in both the House of Representatives and the Senate would bring back net neutrality laws.
Pizza Hut, KFC and Taco Bell franchisees are joining together on an unlikely issue: our nation's fuel supply.
Today, the President announced a plan to overhaul the way the National Security Agency handles cell phone metadata, among other security policy changes.
As the New Jersey governor deals with the political fallout, here are some almost-PR disasters and what the companies did to get out of them.
In a ruling published Tuesday, a Washington D.C. court struck down portions of the Federal Communications Commission's rules.
Kurt DelBene has been tapped to oversee the continued rollout of the Obamacare enrollment site.
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