A fight over rooftop solar panels could decide America’s energy future.
Policy + Regulation
The Sharing Economy Needs Policy Protection
Midmarket companies like Airbnb are poised for growth, but not putting policies in place to protect customers and its business could stall expansion for good.
Yelp Can Change Business Ratings for Money
But businesses can’t. The mid-market platform built on user reviews just got the law on its side.
The Fed Shouldn’t Manage the Labor Market
But we’ve developed an unhealthy dependency on its leader for doing exactly that.
In Australia, Businesses Can Vote in Elections
But they aren’t required to. Sydney conservatives are working to change that.
Sorry, China: The Mid Market Is Retaking Solar
America is already the world’s third largest market for solar energy, and it looks as if mid-size businesses could put it ahead of China as the uncontested leader in solar panel production.
Is Fining Customers For Bad Reviews Even Legal?
Successfully enforcing Union Street Guest House’s $500 “joke” fines would normally require more than a court case.
Grocery Store Workers Rally Around Ex-CEO
With thousands on strike, what has Market Basket’s ex-CEO done to earn the loyalty of so many former employees?
Seoul Is Taking A Hard Line On Uber. Will Other Cities Follow?
Seoul isn’t trying to halt Uber. It wants to eliminate the need for it altogether.
NFL Cheerleaders Get Legal Wages
Finally, they have something to cheer about.