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California Paves the Way for Cars With Empty Driver's Seats
Cars

California Paves the Way for Cars With Empty Driver's Seats

Proposed regulations would let companies test self-driving cars on public roads without a human driver present.
5 Steps to Make Sure Your Website Is ADA-Compliant
Americans With Disabilities Act

5 Steps to Make Sure Your Website Is ADA-Compliant

Websites need to be just as accessible as ATMs, elevators, terminals and other user interfaces.
Mike Schawel
How Changes to Net Neutrality Laws Could Affect Small Businesses
Net Neutrality

How Changes to Net Neutrality Laws Could Affect Small Businesses

A new administration and a new FCC chairman could roll back recent laws that make sure the internet is a level playing field.
Keegan Green
Meet the Entrepreneurs Driving the Edible Insect Movement
Sustainability

Meet the Entrepreneurs Driving the Edible Insect Movement

Edible insects have been hailed as the food of the future, but challenges remain before crickets can hop their way from sci-fi to food system savior.
Uber Slams Brakes on Its Self-Driving Test Program in San Francisco
Uber

Uber Slams Brakes on Its Self-Driving Test Program in San Francisco

The California Department of Motor Vehicles said on Wednesday it revoked the registration of 16 Uber self-driving cars because they had not been properly permitted.
Uber Defies California DMV and Keeps Test Cars on Roads
Uber

Uber Defies California DMV and Keeps Test Cars on Roads

'We respectfully disagree with the California Department of Motor Vehicles legal interpretation of today's autonomous regulations.'
Will You Thrive in the Trump Economy?
Donald Trump

Will You Thrive in the Trump Economy?

If you make an honest living, you will love Trumponomics. If not, it's about time to start.
Steve Tobak
Regulation Is Strangling Fintech Startups: 4 Ways VCs Can Help
FinTech

Regulation Is Strangling Fintech Startups: 4 Ways VCs Can Help

Fintech startups need regulatory approvals from about 400 U.S. agencies, but a secret weapon can help them navigate this tough business environment.
Tx Zhuo
Why Tesla Is Opening Showrooms Where Cars Can't Be Purchased
America's Small Business Heroes

Why Tesla Is Opening Showrooms Where Cars Can't Be Purchased

The latest showroom is in Michigan, a state famously opposed to direct-to-consumer vehicle sales.
Nina Zipkin
Companies in the Crosshairs?
Congress

Companies in the Crosshairs?

From healthcare and taxes to cyber security and product safety, here's your tip sheet on what the election results could mean for corporate America.
Jonathan Meyer
Uber Defends Business Model in Europe in Landmark Case
Uber

Uber Defends Business Model in Europe in Landmark Case

The ride-hailing app is not bound by strict local licensing and safety rules like its competitors.
Making Excuses Hurts Your Business More Than Taxes and Politicians
Entrepreneur Mindset

Making Excuses Hurts Your Business More Than Taxes and Politicians

The less you complain about what you can't change, the more focus you have for what you can do something about.
Steve Eakin
Why Businesses That Use Drones Are Excited About Today
Technology

Why Businesses That Use Drones Are Excited About Today

The FAA's new Part 107 rule goes into effect, easing regulations for commercial operators of unmanned aircraft systems.
Lydia Belanger
Amid EpiPen Furor, a CEO Shows How Not to Swim Against the Tide
Crisis Management

Amid EpiPen Furor, a CEO Shows How Not to Swim Against the Tide

Mylan's crisis response to high EpiPen prices is focused on an important goal: changing the national conversation on health pricing.
Ray Hennessey
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