At last count, at least seven class action lawsuits from attendees and investors are on the books over the now-infamous Fyre Festival failure.
As we've written about before, there's been a bit of controversy regarding the right to use pre-1972 song recordings on streaming services.
How and why we shop has changed a lot over the last decade. The rise of the Internet, and eventually smartphone apps, forever changed the way companies interact with
The last decade has been the decade of the startups. In office shares, innovation hubs, and garages across the countries, businesses have been founded, have grown, and
Last month, Dana Lone Hill had her Facebook account suspended because the social media site suspected she wasn't using her authentic name.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is a lumbering, ineffectual beast. The systems set in place to regulate medical devices don't work, rules intended to ensure
The United States Supreme Court decided two cases this month addressing the availability of class-wide relief under agreements that contain mandatory arbitration
Social media websites are personalizing ads by using customer's information.
Solar panel defects may be more widespread than previously thought as Chinese-made panels make quality control increasingly difficult.
The U.S. Federal government has entered shutdown - but how does that affect the courts?