There was a time, back in the day, when you could just “Google” yourself and that was the best way to assess the value of your personal brand.
In a 2005 Kremlin speech, Russian President Vladimir Putin, characterized the collapse of the Soviet Union as the “greatest geopolitical catastrophe of the Twentieth Century.”
The American Bankers Association Responds On Mobile Financial Services (Plus, Apple Inc.’s “Response”)
In an interesting coincidence, the comment period for the CFPB’s Request for Information (“RFI”) on mobile financial services closed the same day, September 10th, that Apple announced “Apple Pay”—a new mobile wallet included with the iPhone 6 that could shake up the mobile payments landscape.
I read something the other day suggesting that process improvement is dead and lawyers should all focus on other things.
It seems logical to think that leasing dark fiber is not a telecommunications service. Dark fiber is only a component of a service, not a service unto itself. It may therefore come as a surprise to know that the FCC (and the courts) has a different opinion.
The unrelenting wave of wage and hour suits continues to roll through the high-tech industry.
It is a constant challenge for employers to keep up with the panoply of protections afforded to actual employees by federal, state and local employment discrimination and other laws.
The football may be fantasy, but how real is its effect on productivity in your workplace? A recent report by Challenger, Gray & Christmas, Inc., an employment consulting firm, states that fantasy football, with an estimated 31 million working-age participants, may cost employers close to $14 billion.
New York and New Jersey are building a roadmap for financing the future electric systems by embracing green banks. Several states are pursuing ambitious programs to provide incentives and regulatory reforms that will accelerate the adoption of distributed energy resources.