News and Articles About Regulations
Most of this administration's policies have been hostile to the interests of Main Street business owners, particularly those running labor-intensive businesses with low-wage employees.
Like it or not, legal marijuana is here and the market is growing. Find out who stands to profit, what opportunities exist in this emerging market and what barriers these entrepreneurs have to overcome.
The regulatory burden on small businesses is now higher than it was when President Obama took office. Circumstances must change.
The latest jobs numbers prove a point: Putting government policy over business interests has been a disastrous failure for the American worker.
Leading video game manufactures are cautiously optimistic on China's easing of a ban on gaming consoles such as PlayStation, Xbox and Wii.
Andy Puzder, CEO of CKE Restaurants, the parent company of Carl's Jr. and Hardee's, has found it easier to set up shop in countries like Brazil and China rather than contend with U.S. government regulations.
As India's central bank considers what to do about digital currencies, Bitcoin businesses in India are suspending operations.
This should be the time for the Postal Service to shine, but regulations and Congress won't let it seize competitive ground.
Cinnamon is a health risk in Europe, and that threatens the warm, sweet goodness that Denmark is known for.
Yes, cellphone use on planes would be annoying. But is that annoyance worth a whole new set of rules and regulations?
On the same day that China decided to forbid financial companies from processing Bitcoin-related transactions, Bank of America gave the virtual currency some love.
The controversy over genetic-testing company 23andMe begs the question: Is knowledge really that dangerous?
Recent comments from a congressman in New Jersey are an example of how some regulatory schemes are downright scary.
The virtual currency skyrocketed above $600 on the Mt. Gox exchange as a Senate panel prepares to discuss Bitcoin regulation.
A California woman was issued a summons for driving while wearing Google Glass. Is it really akin to a television strapped to your head?
Maintaining an alliance with small-business owners is in the best interests of big-business leaders. Instead, there is a fight brewing.
The Lacey Act was the first real American conservation law, but changes in the law have made it too dangerous to conserve in its present form.
Perhaps there was a time when the Small Business Administration served a purpose for businesses, but that time has passed, writes Ray Hennessey.
A taxi company in Los Angeles has found a way to allow passengers to hail cabs through their smartphones, notching a victory in the city's regulatory civil war.
The mobile-payment processor has been fined by yet another state for operating without a money-transmission license though it doesn't actually transmit money.
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have the U.S. government in a tizzy. Here's our deep dive on what recent developments mean for digital currencies.
Along with pushing the Hyperloop, Elon Musk ponders supersonic air travel. Trouble is, it is against the law.
Forget Los Angeles to San Francisco. Given California's brutal regulatory climate, Elon Musk has a much better chance linking Austin to Dallas, writes Ray Hennessey.
New York state financial regulators have issued subpoenas asking Bitcoin-related companies for information into whether safeguards are in place to prevent the virtual currency from being used in illegal activities such as money laundering.
In a single move, Six Flags Entertainment could usher in a new era of smart regulation or set the free markets back decades.