The infographic below illustrates the business lead generation potential of LinkedIn, Blogs, Facebook and Twitterbut you need more than statistics to develop a sound business development strategy online.
Department of Education Reminds Schools That They Cannot Discriminate Against Pregnant and Parenting Students
On June 25, in response to numerous studies indicating that pregnant and parenting students exhibit much lower graduation rates than their peers, the U.S. Department of Education issued a Dear Colleague Letter reminding recipients of federal financial assistance that it is unlawful under Title IX to discriminate against students who have become pregnant or have children.
What is the Common National Restaurant Chain in the Cyclospora Outbreak? Will Public Health Announce It?
After talking to more that a few people who seem to be part of this nationwide and ongoing Cyclospora outbreak, perhaps a common vegetable is not becoming clear – yet, but it is becoming more evident that there is a common restaurant chain that links they vast majority of those sickened.
It’s been a while since I had a First Day of Work experience.
The image of water flowing from a tap being ignited with a lighter has become heavily associated with hydraulic fracturing in the minds of the public.
The U.S. House of Representatives and Senate are wrestling with how to rewrite the nation’s food and agriculture policy through a new Farm Bill.
The summer is here and you may be thinking that now is no time to focus on your business development goals. But, you would be wrong. Half a year has passed.
SEC’s Removal of Ban On General Solicitation and Advertising for Hedge Funds Won’t Be a License for Issuers to Say Anything They Want
Although the SEC recently finalized rules that will remove the ban on general solicitation and advertising for certain private offerings under Rule 506 of Regulation D, it does not mean that issuers will have free reign and complete discretion over their use of advertisements.
On the off-chance you haven’t already noticed, patent trolls are a common story subject—target?—for the mainstream media. A recent New York Times profile of infamous patent troll Erich Spangenberg, whose company helps “turn idle patents into cash cows,” highlighted some interesting data: U.S. supposedly companies spent $29 billion on patent trolls in 2011. But where’s all that money going? And why’s it so expension. Seattle intellectual property trial lawyer Philip Mann, author of the IP Litigation Blog, joins LXBN TV to issue a dose of skepticism.