Regulations

When Does Marketing Hype Go Too Far?

An attorney and business owner explains how companies can stay on the right side of the too-aggressive marketing line and protect themselves from legal problems.

Arash Homampour

Bitcoin's Price Hits New Record High Fueling Fresh Demands for Regulation

Financial watchdog group says Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies must be held to the same standards as the rest of the financial system

Jacob Wolinsky

Facing Regulations, Amazon and Facebook Make Nice with the New Administration

The strategic moves are likely coming as they prepare for a bumpy road in 2021 and beyond.

Andrew Hecht

Regulations and Taxes: What's in Store for 2021

The recent elections in the United States may signal a changing of the guard in terms of regulations and taxes. Read more to find out which type of investments are likely to benefit from the incoming administration.

Andrew Hecht

How Regulatory Frameworks Drive Technological Innovations

The spirit of regulation is to establish fairness and openness, which encourages better participation among innovators and users.

Pui Ki

The Reckoning Is Coming: Why the U.S. and Other Countries Might Start Regulating Big Tech

The Faustian bargain that has us trading private data for free services from the likes of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google is finally getting attention from regulators and lawmakers.

nathan hurst

Will COVID-19 Permanently Change Business Rules and Regulations?

The rules that govern business have shifted in the past few months, creating lots of new opportunities for entrepreneurs. But will the changes really stick?

Jason Feifer

Why Entrepreneurs Should Be More Worried About Uber Than AB5

Small-business owners have much more to lose when it comes to California's confusing law change.

Bruce Willey

The 12 Tax Days of Christmas: Day 7

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has allowed for amazing auto deductions from now until 2023.

Mark J. Kohler

Yes, AI Can Make Company Websites Accessible to All

Three takeaways from sitting down with accessiBe CEO Shir Ekerling.