A succession of new print and television ads to be shown starting next week from the popular restaurant Legal Sea Foods may not sit well at the outset with some marine conservationists, as the funny sections unsuccessfully take both sides
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission is moving to protect dozens of derivatives regulations from legal challenges. According to an agency official, this developed after a federal appeals court nullified a new rule for corporate America.
A Republican member of the commission,
A federal appeals court in the state of Virginia junked two challenges to the 2010 health-care law of the Obama administration, saying that it lacked the authority to rule on the constitutionality of the measure.
With the rulings, the Richmond appellate
Legislators on Capitol Hill are pondering on plans to outsource the authority of the government over Wall Street and shifting some of the powers of the Securities and Exchange Commission to groups that are backed by the financial industry.
New York State politicians, for the first time, are considering permitting poker and blackjack card games in the state’s racetracks.
According to gambling news reports, racetracks such as the Saratoga Casino and Raceway may soon turn into mini-casinos. The proposal’s supporters
Harborside Health Center, which occupies around 6,000 square feet in an industrial park in North San Jose, is one of the largest “cannabis collectives” in the city.
However, although Harborside is occupying a space equivalent to three average houses, it must
Despite advances in email marketing, we strongly believe direct mail is still a great client development tool.
When done right, direct mail marketing is an effective way to control your client development process. It enables you to measure response rates
One of the hottest issues that face the supplement industry, and can considerably alter the way business is done, is the proposed guidelines over any new ingredients used in dietary supplements.
The FDA, in July, has issued its draft guidance on
Possible corruption and bribery issues involving foreign state-owned airlines and the global aerospace industry are being tracked by U.S. law enforcement officials. This was revealed by government and legal sources.
According to a document made available to some news outfits, the
The Supreme Court of the state of Mississippi today cleared the path for voters to decide on the “personhood” ballot initiative in November. This latest development potentially threatens the abortion industry in the state, as well as the U.S. Supreme