U.S. lawmakers are exploring potential visa programs that would pair skilled workers with communities in need of economic development in response to a growing gap between local markets and sustainable worker populations.
Owners want their brand everywhere, but Peloton Interactive Inc.'s bid to cancel “spinning” trademarks reminds companies they must manage threats of a certain kind of pervasiveness—a mark that ends up defining a product, not its producer.
California’s latest privacy law will require companies to establish data retention schedules, renegotiate agreements with third-party vendors, and create new procedures for managing sensitive personal information.
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