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So Much for the Land of the Free

Texas requires computer repair technicians to get a private investigator’s license, which could require a degree in criminal justice or three-year apprenticeship.


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Chicago Shuts Down Ice Cream Entrepreneur

A few years ago, Kris Swanberg, having been laid-off from her job as a Chicago Public School teacher, remembered she received an ice cream maker as a wedding gift.


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FTC Proposes New Online Privacy Restrictions

One of the major points of contention among advertisers, marketers, and retailers, is what the FTC exactly has in mind for the mechanism.


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Obama Administration To Appoint Web Privacy Czar

The announcement is expected to come within weeks along with a report from the US Commerce Department, though at this point, the details are apparently far from being hammered out.


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Applying Proper Credit Policies

Your business can’t survive if you don’t have enough money coming in to pay your bills.


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Internet Marketing: Is Regulation Coming?

The impetus to regulate online marketing may be gathering steam.


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Toymakers Fight Complex New Safety Rules

For toymakers, the world changes on Aug.


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Set Your Boundaries Nicely

Here’s the thing: there’s always going to be a tiny percentage of people who want you to customize and accommodate them.


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Small Business Tax Breaks

The new economic stimulus law signed by the president on Feb.


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Researchers Working On Blog Credibility Ranking Systems

The proliferation of widespread Internet access has enabled everyone and their dog to start a website, but not every one is filled with what some of us would describe as “credible” information.