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Appeals court agrees NLRB can't compel pro-union posters in workplace
The U.S. Circuit of Appeals in Richmond, Va., has ruled that the National Labor Relations Board lacks the authority to force employers to put up posters informing their workers of their right to form a union.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Get your vote in for the last day of Social Madness Round 1
It's the final day of round one of Houston Business Journal's Social Madness competition, so be sure to vote for your favorite companies .
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Social Madness FAQ; Plus, round 1 ends June 17
That's according to American City Business Journals' Executive Editor Huntley Patton , who also reports that competitors are saying they like the rules changes made for 2013.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
For-profits that don't pay interns may be violating the law
A federal judge on Tuesday ruled that Fox Searchlight Pictures violated federal and state labor laws when it didn't pay production interns.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
South Florida companies battle for votes in Social Madness
Companies throughout the tri-county area have jumped into the Social Madness competition to prove they have the social media chops to win locally and nationally.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Navy Federal Credit Union, LeapFrog Solutions among early SocialMadness leaders
The games have officially begun and the fight for who has the best social media presence is heating up in the Washington, D.C., region.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
New IRS head faces Congress, promises answers in political targeting case
The new acting commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service faced federal legislators on Monday and vowed to restore public trust in the agency.
Mon Jun 03, 2013
Social Madness competition kicks off Monday
The Social Madness challenge is set to begin and 60 South Florida companies are ready for your votes in the head-to-head social media battle.
Fri May 31, 2013
Bank notes: PNC puts down Tampa roots; big banks court small business
It was another busy week for banking reporters around the American City Business Journals chain.
Thu May 30, 2013
Social media: Where should your small business start?
The Charlotte Business Journal has gathered advice from social-media gurus to help you prioritize where to start to maximize social media for your small business.
Conservative groups sue IRS
Twenty-five conservative groups have filed suit against the Internal Revenue Service for subjecting their applications for tax-exempt status to extra scrutiny.
Wed May 29, 2013
BizNext rebranding as TechFlash
On June 6, BizNext, the St. Louis Business Journal's blog and email newsletter on technology, bioscience, startups and venture capital, will become TechFlash St.
Tue May 28, 2013
Immigration reform has Senate support; opponents eye House
Immigration reform has passed a key Senate committee and is expected to have wide support when the full body votes on it next month.
Fri May 24, 2013
Senate appears ready to confirm Hyatt heiress at Commerce
Hyatt Hotel heiress and serial entrepreneur Penny Pritzker , who is nominated to become the next U.S. Secretary of Commerce, went to Capitol HIll Thursday to answer questions from U.S. senators.
Thu May 23, 2013
48 in Austin, 2,000 nationwide: Companies that caught Social Madness
Since Social Madness nominations closed last week, our colleagues at American City Business Journals Inc., parent company of the Austin Business Journal , have been busy vetting entries and tallying final numbers for each market.
Greensboro-High Point ranks low in economic vitality
Despite job growth at companies such as Solstas Lab Partners, the Greensboro-High Point metro ranks among the lowest in the nation on an index created and tracked by American City Business Journals.
Wed May 22, 2013
Cook on firing line as Senate panel probes another side of Apple ingenuity
Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook appeared in front of a Senate investigative panel Tuesday to answer questions about the creative ways the multinational corporation reduces its U.S. tax liability.
Social Madness nominations total 69 locally, 2,000 nationwide
Since Social Madness nominations closed last week, our colleagues at American City Business Journals Inc., parent company of Orlando Business Journal, have been busy vetting entries and tallying final numbers for each market.
Mon May 20, 2013
Newsle Raises $1.65 Million in Series A Round to Remake News Discovery for Professionals
Newsle , the news discovery engine for the world's most connected professionals, today announced that the company has raised $1.65 million in a Series A round of venture financing.
Social Madness nominations top 40 locally, 2,000 nationwide
Since Social Madness nominations closed last week, our colleagues at American City Business Journals Inc., parent company of the Charlotte Business Journal , have been busy vetting entries and tallying final numbers for each market.