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So this became one of those weeks where it became a good idea to do the mailbag in two parts. There were a lot of worthy submissions, for one thing, but it's also a slow week (hopefully) for news. Plus, do you really want to keep hitting your "Pg Dn"
The SEC released a list of its priorities for 2014 and there's one glaring omission. The SEC dropped the proposal to regulate dark money aka undisclosed campaign cash. The Supreme Court's 2010 Citizens United ruling opened the door to unlimited
That petition closes soon, and it's still a bit short of the 100,00 goal...Because, without it, it's much easier for the government to snoop on your emails without a warrant. What people want is for emails and regular mail to be treated the same,
When the government launches an investigation of a company, senior management typically calls for an internal investigation of the facts and tries to cooperate by sharing with the government the information that is gathered. At the same time,
Since the Palo Alto, Calif.-based maker of the Model S electric luxury sedan began leasing its vehicles earlier this year though a deal with U.S. WFC), it has begun reporting tens of millions of dollars of deferred revenue and deferred gross profit.
December 10 The Kansas City Star Still wearing his shoulder pads and uniform, which bore marks from the Georgia Dome turf, Missouri senior quarterback James Franklin wandered into the losing locker room a half-hour after the SEC championship game on
Beginning May 31, 2014, publicly traded companies will be required to declare to the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission whether or not their products or components contain tin, tungsten, tantalum or gold dubbed 3TG materials from mines in the DRC
Quality advice and insight from experts in various disciplines...He has also represented Fortune 500 companies in connection with multibillion-dollar acquisitions. Tom Murphy Crowdfunding is a trendy and cool buzzword. Crowd sounds sociable and
Tuesday, December 10, 2013 at 4:10 p.m...On his very first trip to New York City as a Heisman Trophy finalist in 1995, Florida quarterback Danny Wuerffel thought he'd been the victim of a robbery...They said, 'Did the thieves also leave chocolates on
Federal authorities are accusing the former president of a suburban New York soccer club of operating a Ponzi scheme. Robert Rocco was awaiting arraignment Tuesday in Central Islip (EYE'-slihp) on a 14-count indictment that includes wire and mail