In an unprecedented legal step, the College Athletes Players Association (CAPA) has filed a petition with the Chicago-based regional office of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Region 13, seeking to organize the 85 football players receiving athletic scholarships at Northwestern University for purposes of representing them in collective bargaining.
Along with many others, I spent some nine years working on the development of the nation’s digital television standard, one which notably made HDTV and standard definition multi-casting possible.
As an environmentally responsible citizen, you probably know more than you want to about light bulbs: incandescents, fluorescents, compact fluorescents, LEDs, and plenty of variations on each.
Oh, I nailed that one. A 6.0 (well, 5.9 from the East German Judge, if there were still an East Germany).
Not an Easy Recipe – Courts Struggle with the Intersection of FDA Food Labeling Regulations and Private Causes of Action
The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act and the Nutrition Labeling and Education Act of 1990, along with all of their corresponding regulations, create a complex and uniform system of food labeling requirements.
Comments sought on how and when text-to-911 should be required across-the-board, including by interconnected “over the top” services
The wireless industry has seen steady consolidation since the late 1980s. Recently, in late 2013, reports began circulating about a potential merger between Sprint and T-Mobile, the nation’s third and fourth-largest wireless carriers, respectively.
The 2014 Olympic Winter Games begin today in Sochi, Russia. Numerous U.S. multinational corporations such as McDonald’s, Coca Cola, Proctor & Gamble and Visa are sponsoring or participating, and 10,000 Americans are expected to attend.
If you’ve got a license to operate a radio station, you’d better have that station up and running and you’d better keep it that way.
Section 17.47 of the FCC’s tower lighting and marking rules has two straight-forward requirements. One of those two provides that tower owners must inspect their tower(s) once every three months.