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7 Workplace Injuries That Can Put You Out of Business
Workers' comp is designed to protect employees, so what is there for employers to learn?
Court Rules YouTube Does Not Illegally Censor Conservative Content
Circuit Judge Margaret McKeown said that despite YouTube's ubiquity as a platform, it was still a private forum, not a 'state actor' that could be regulated by the First Amendment.
What Small Business Owners Should Know About Wrongful Termination Lawsuits
Award amounts can range from $5,000 to $80,000. Many claims are settled by employers to avoid damage to the company's reputation.
5 Questions Entrepreneurs Should Ask Their CPAs to Reduce Audit Risk
You don't need to approach this spring in fear of the IRS.
Tech Entrepreneurs to Face More Regulatory Scrutiny in 2020
New Year, new obstacles for today's innovators.
Amazon's Massive Investment in Food Delivery Startup Deliveroo Faces Further Delays Thanks to a Formal Antitrust Probe
The UK-based food delivery startup works similar to UberEats and shows signs of rapid growth.
4 Ways to Cover Your Ass Legally as a Business Owner
Client not paying? Sometimes, it's best to sidestep a lawsuit by first sending a 'demand letter' written on your lawyer's stationery.
5 Ways Contracts Are an Entrepreneur's Best Friend
Contracts are not a substitute for trust, they are the basis for trust.
5 Steps of the New Model of Revenue Recognition for Franchisors
The new rules around revenue recognition are lengthy and complex. Here's what you need to know.
Don't Understand Blockchain? It Can Work for You Anyway, This Founder Says.
Blockchain is just a technology to make things more efficient, explains Sagewise co-founder and CEO Amy Wan.