By overcoming market failure in the development and financing of early-stage technology, the SBIR program makes possible commercial activity that would not otherwise have occurred.
We will wait until next year for any conclusive action on a tangle of Internet tax issues, including online access taxes and online state sales taxes.
Republicans strengthened their grip in Congress in a move guaranteed to limit President Obama's legislative agenda for his last two years in office.
Tim Cook, in acknowledging his homosexuality, perpetuated a politically charged myth about gays in the workplace.
The NLRB's recent ruling has the potential to tear the franchise model apart at the seams. So, franchisors and franchisees are taking action.
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The Small Business Administration has done something rare: It united both sides of the aisle in opposition.
If the SEC allows Regulation A+ to pass without the requirement of state compliance, entrepreneurs could raise up to $50 million.
Bills introduced in both the House of Representatives and the Senate would bring back net neutrality laws.
The president plans to announce during his State of the Union address that he is raising the federal minimum wage to $10.10 an hour from $7.25 an hour for anyone working on new federal contracts.
New figures suggest that lobby spending by tech leaders like Google and Facebook amounted to a massive $61 million in 2013.
On Monday, both the Supreme Court and New York State took a crack at trolling.
Members of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Demand Progress and activists at large will mobilize on Feb. 11 to protest the NSA's surveillance tactics.
For the first time ever, more than half of U.S. congressmen are worth $1 million or more, even as wages have remained stagnant for many Americans.