Judge Blocks NYC Crackdown on Airbnb Rentals
“The City has not justified its sweeping capture of constitutionally protected records," the court says in granting Airbnb's request for an injunction.
‘Wannacry’ Spotlights Need for Cyber Liability Coverage
D&O insurance will become more and more valuable to fend off shareholder-driven cyber litigation.
Encryption Isn’t Enough: Tackling Cyber-Regulations
New regulations in New York tie cybersecurity to access control, acceptable usage policy, and data retention.
New York Strikes Deal to Raise Minimum Wage
The increase in the minimum wage to $15 an hour will be phased in gradually across the state, with the target being reached by 2021 for some workers.
SEC Charges VC Fund Manager in Ponzi Scheme
The fund manager sold investors on pre-IPO shares of Twitter and Uber, but couldn't deliver the promised shares and profits.
MagCorp Investor Ordered to Pay $118M to Creditors
A jury rejected Ira Rennert's defense that the company failed because of the early 2000s recession and not because he raided it for more than $100 million.
High Workers’ Comp Drug Use in Two States Indicates Burgeoning Costs
In New York and Louisiana, the amount of narcotics used by an average injured worker is found to be "striking."
New York Racing Association Lures Customers Online: Video
The CFO of the not-for-profit talks about where the racing association is hoping to grow — and how she's making that happen.
A New Day In Court
Despite reforms, whopping jury verdicts still give companies fits in protecting themselves.
They’re Singin’ in the Rain
Weather-related derivatives protect companies from Mother Nature's toll on earnings.
Internet Shortcut for Capital Markets: Running in Circles
If you're counting on the Internet as a shortcut to the capital markets, better think again.