Tomorrow is World Intellectual Property Day, and it’s coming after a week of events that could significantly affect the future of IP law.
Cheerleaders Continue to File Suit
The Buffalo Jills cheerleaders take home just $105 to $1,800 for an entire season on the job
Young Adults Are Critical to Obamacare’s Success
Thirty percent of the newly insured are young adults ages 18-29.
Not All Eco-Friendly Businesses Look Alike
Eleven mid-market companies made B-Corp’s Best For The World list 2014, and some of their industries aren’t what you’d expect.
Is E-Commerce Killing Brick and Mortar Shops?
New research from Business Insider suggests that more dollars are moving online, and the trend isn’t slowing down.
HBR: Too Much Tinkering Can Risk Mid-Market Profits
Finding the right way to grow a business into a mid-sized enterprise always requires new ideas, but not necessarily a strategic overhaul.
In Africa E-Waste Becomes Usable Computers
These workers in Ghana recycle trash from the world’s largest e-waste dumping ground to build and sell computers and other tech gadgets.
Report: Jakarta, Manila Show Most Promise in 2014
Report ranks top 34 low- and middle-income countries that will most improve their future global positioning.
Paying Now For Overtime Saves Money Later In Litigation
Increased overtime pay can happen through policy changes, or through lawsuits.
How To Save The Post Office: Turn It Into A Bank
We can improve the banking system and save the post office—all in one step.