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Staples Agrees to Buy Office Depot for $6.3 Billion, Creating an Office-Supply Behemoth
If approved, the deal would combine the No. 1 U.S. office supplier with its closest rival, creating a new company with expected annual revenue of $39 billion.
FAA Grants More Exemptions for Commercial Use of Drones
The news comes as the industry eagerly awaits new agency rules on the remote-controlled aircraft.
5 Regulatory Issues That Could Affect Your Business in 2015
Last year was a busy one but even more changes are on the horizon this year.
6 Business Issues That Could Shape the Political Debate in 2015
A breakdown of the major issues that will likely be at the center of the debate as the next presidential campaign ramps up.
Chastened Uber CEO Seeks Fresh Start for Ride Services in Europe
Uber's chief executive promised to create 50,000 new jobs this year across Europe in cities that are willing to reach deals to help his firm operate.
What the Heck Are Drones Good For, Anyway?
The tiny flying gadgets were all the rage at CES this year, but why anyone would buy one isn't always clear.
FAA, CNN Strike Deal to Test Drones for News Reporting
While the FAA is still working out the kinks for allowing the commercial use of drones, the agency has given CNN the green light to test these aerial vehicles.
Styrofoam to Be Banned in New York City Beginning July 1
Starting this summer, Styrofoam takeout containers and packing peanuts will no longer be allowed in the city.
Franchise Industry Not Without Hurdles in 2015
The International Franchise Association predicts a solid 2015 for franchised businesses, though regulatory battles loom.
Regulation Jiu-Jitsu: How These Two Ladies Made an Illegal Business Legal
Co-founders Christina Ha and Emilie Legrand knew that opening a cat cafe in New York City was going to violate regulations. That didn't stop them.
Airbnb Hostess Who Earned $61,000 in 9 Months Now Faces Eviction, Judge Rules
The battle against Airbnb in New York City rages onward.
New York Regulator Lays Out Tweaks to Bitcoin Rules
The state's banking regulator says it will soften proposed rules for virtual currencies.
U.S. Manufacturers Group Opposes Stricter Internet Regulations
'Current proposals to regulate the Internet with early 20th Century–era laws severely threaten continued growth.'
Uber and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Month
San Francisco and Los Angeles are suing the ridesharing service, the latest events in what's shaping up to be a trying time for the company
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