Facebook reports 1.23 billion users, and I am “friends” with only about 38 of them. Statistics like that really keep any pretence of self-importance firmly in check as you mull over the sheer insignificance of your next wise or witty status update.
During the recent State of the Union Address, President Obama announced that he is preparing to sign an Executive Order raising the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour for those working on future federal contracts for services.
According to a recent story in the UK’s Daily Mail, Elie Taktouk, the estranged husband of Daniella Semaan, girlfriend of Barcelona soccer star Cesc Fabregas, is alleging that that the soccer star was involved in a property fraud.
Global tech hubs are a source of technology, talent, and funding
Environmental lawyers and policy wonks are eagerly awaiting the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in the EPA v. EME Homer City Generation case (heard by the Court in December), which revolves around a challenge to the EPA’s new Cross-State Air Pollution Rule – a rule designed to address the longstanding problem of interstate air pollution.
No one ever said that employment discrimination law was always easy, or that a bright line existed in every situation. There are balancing tests, and burdens shifting like pendulums, and exceptions to exceptions.
Amazon released the Kindle – a dedicated e-reader – on November 19, 2007. It sold out in 5 hours. By late 2010, e-book sales surpassed paperback sales at the online bookstore-come-internet marketplace.
Social media companies are some of the biggest growth businesses out there and the very nature of their businesses is global.
It is not uncommon for companies to rebrand. Market forces, an outdated image, a bad reputation, new competition, and even your own success can force you to rebrand your business.