Successfully Making the Jump From Employee to Entrepreneur
It took me more than one leap to land safely on the other side.
Theranos: The House of Cards That Elizabeth Holmes Built
Thirteen years, a thousand employees, $700 million of venture capital, 40 wellness centers. Six million blood tests. Zero revenue. This is how it happened.
Shocking Allegations Against Global Ad Agency CEO Detail Everything You Don't Want Your Office to Be
Gustavo Martinez, CEO of J. Walter Thompson, denies charges of racism and misogyny brought in a lawsuit by a top staffer. The allegations, if proved, epitomize what is meant by 'hostile work environment.'
Is It So Wrong That DoorDash Delivers a Delicious Double Double to My Front Door?
Here are the ins and outs of the legal battle involving fast-food burger giant In-N-Out and DoorDash, a food-delivery startup.
The Quirky State Laws That Salespeople Must Know About
Little-known regulations, such as the fact that Tuesday is Mardi Gras Day in Louisiana, can get telemarketers in big trouble.
The Top 5 Cloud IT Challenges Facing Businesses in 2015
As cloud computing becomes the norm for businesses of all sizes, the demands for security and reliability will increase.
Congress Should Help Small Businesses Deter Patent Trolls
The patent trolls are the only stakeholders who benefit from vague and unclear threats to sue for patent infringement.
3 Key Agreements Every Family Business Needs in Writing
Sadly, family businesses are not immune to the disputes that afflict every business. Putting agreements in writing can save the family, as well as the business.
3 Things Every Entrepreneur Should Know About Patent Risk
For startups, patent trolls can be a major headache. Make sure you remain abreast of patent risk to avoid litigation with trolls.