News and Articles About Regulations
The tech giant recently completed test flights in Australia with a drone that hovers like a helicopter and flies like a plane.
Lodging-rental platform AirBnB announced that it is turning over the personal information of 124 New York City hosts at the behest of the attorney general.
Uber's recent hiring is a wakeup call to those idealistic enough to believe they don't need to fight City Hall.
David Plouffe, President Obama's former campaign manager and White House adviser, will now oversee global branding, communications and policy for
The COO of Lyft is leaving the company, taking his entire operations staff with him.
Americans could learn a thing or two from this Asian business center if they want to attract people to create new enterprises.
After months of languishing in regulatory limbo, a proposed merger between Sprint and T-Mobile is now off.
Airbnb and Uber both announced new services exclusively targeting businesses, but will travelers look beyond a host of security and regulatory issues plaguing the sharing economy?
The country is following in the footsteps of Japan, Sweden and the United States, which have all sanctioned public tests for the burgeoning tech.
After its first launch was held up by New York State Supreme Court, the San Francisco-based company is set to hit the streets in the Big Apple starting tonight.
Reaching out to trade and government agencies are important first steps in starting a tour business.
Lyfts New York City launch party became a pre-launch party in a matter of hours as New York States attorney general slammed the breaks on the ridesharing app.
Marijuana demand in Colorado, which legalized it six months ago, is proving to be much larger than previously thought.
The digital giant is petitioning the Federal Aviation Association to get its drones up and running for the public.
After being served a cease-and-desist letter by the city, on-demand parking app MonkeyParking is suspending its services in San Francisco.
In an extensive interview with venture capitalist Vinod Khosla, Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page explained why regulations are hampering improvements in health care.
Provision of JOBS Act could change how businesses raise capital. But it faces regulations that could make it useless.
The decision hinged upon a differentiation between traditional taxicab meters and the smartphone technology by which Uber charges passengers.
Following open carry demonstrations, Target has joined a host of other chains in 'respectfully requesting' that customers to leave their guns at home.
After months of protest from the food industry, California repealed its controversial glove requirement law.
New York City's ban on large sugary drinks, which was blocked by lower courts, has been declared illegal by the state's Supreme Court.
The latest GDP figures prove that the policies of the last six years are targeting the wrong culprits.
If the team behind Swarm gets its way, its Bitcoin-based crowdfunding platform will be seen by entrepreneurs as 'Kickstarter on steroids.'
As the FDA prepares new guidelines, restaurants are cutting back on sodium and salt companies are researching alternatives.
The City Attorney says that MonkeyParking an app that allow users to pay for information about available spots is selling the use of public parking spaces, not information.
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