Two co-founders, one CEO and one EVP. One owned more than the other, got paid better, had bigger bonuses. How did this happen?
“We were always very clear with each other about who would have what role,” the EVP once told me. I observed that almost everything between them was consultative, even to a fault. View Full Post
Seed financing is critical to entrepreneurs and emerging growth stage companies looking to jumpstart their business, yet the initial investment a business needs can often be the hardest to find. Particularly for clean energy companies building new, industry-disrupting technologies, bringing in early financing can enable start-ups to develop and test their products and designs. View Full Post
The growing dependence of states and societies on ICT systems means they face a higher risk of cyberattacks. Increasingly sophisticated hacking attacks target not only individual people and companies, but also highly developed countries. Although cyberattacks can have disastrous consequences, research shows that we still miss the mark in preparedness. View Full Post
Four years after fully embracing international copyright exhaustion in Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
, the U.S. Supreme Court has finally taken up the issue of patent exhaustion. View Full Post
At the beginning of February, the Minister of State responsible for digital and culture policy, Matt Hancock, reaffirmed the UK’s commitment to implementing legislation View Full Post