Should a soccer stadium be built at the Port of Miami? Soccer superstar David Beckham and his investment team have identified the southwest corner of the Port as a potential stadium site for a new Major League Soccer franchise.
The Dark Cloud Over Nordstrom’s Black Friday: California Law May Prohibit Retailers from Collecting Email Addresses at Checkout
This past weekend if you survived the towel aisle and other Black Friday dangers and made it to the register to purchase your items, it is possible you were asked to provide an email address so that your receipt could be emailed to you.
On November 26, 2013 the full semiannual regulatory agenda for federal agencies was published. This Regulatory Agenda provides a complete list of all regulatory actions that are under active consideration for promulgation, proposal, or review and covers regulatory actions for over 60 federal departments, agencies, and commissions.
AMEX has done the impossible – it has eclipsed CapitalOne as the laziest and/or stupidest financial services company in the US. How you might ask?
Mergers & Acquisitions in the Patent Space: Recent Trends Present Opportunities and Hurdles for Businesses
Rockstar Consortium is an entity jointly owned by some of the technology world’s giants (see below). At the end of October, Rockstar filed patent infringement lawsuits against some of the other giants of the industry: Samsung, Google, HTC, ZTE, ASUSTeK, Huawei, LG, and ZTE.
If there was an award for “political law issue of the year,” corporate political disclosure would be a front-runner.
The Dodd-Frank Act – signed by President Barack Obama more than three years ago, and since then advanced with a host of rules and regulations – has been widely viewed as a law that addresses systemic risk in the financial system and enhances the corporate responsibility of public companies to shareholders.
The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) will host a one-day workshop on Wednesday, December 4, 2013 to look at the issue of “sponsored content” or “native advertising,” terms which refer to advertising that is blended into news, entertainment, and other content.
When selecting a photo to use on its popular “Liberty” stamps, the Postal Service unknowingly used a replica of the 128-year old Statue of Liberty. Instead of the original version welcoming the tired, the poor, and the huddled masses in New York harbor, USPS selected the “fresh-faced,” “sultry” and “sexier” 17-year old version summoning merry-makers to the New York-New York Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, NV.
People apparently still don’t realize how pervasive social media use is, and why there are certain things that are better left unsaid (if not offline). In this case, chalk one up for the good guys.