These days it seems like there’s a new startup for every day of the week. If they’re smart, they’re already reading The Venture Alley.
Fifteen years ago this month, the once high-flying energy company Enron completed its massive collapse when it filed a petition for bankruptcy protection.
Last Monday, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau tried to shed light on employee-incentive plans like the one that recently pummeled Wells Fargo Bank.
Signs of increased speed in the Obama Administration’s quest to institutionalize its policies became apparent with the approval and publication of several economically significant / major rules, even more lesser rules, and even a proposed adjudication.
This is proving to be a big year for cannabis. As a result, we are ranking the fifty states from worst to best on how they treat cannabis and those who consume it.
The $40,000,000 fine levied against Princess Cruises last week raises the issue of what cruise executives knew about the illegal dumping of oil-contaminated waste from the Caribbean Princess cruise ship and the other illegal practices which took place on the Star Princess, Grand Princess, Coral Princess and Golden Princess.
Lawyers are nothing if not extremely picky about linguistic precision, and it makes us look like jerks. I am no different.