... 3. A How-To Guide And for a bible of sorts on the issues, Schwartz suggests attorney ...
The Food and Drug Administration thinks social networks like Twitter and Facebook are good for itself, but does not think them good for the industry it regulates. Despite repeated requests from the d
The FDA, like all federal agencies, takes full advantage of social media. But it's mum on what drug companies can and cannot do to get its message across on the same online media
Saddle up, they're going after the BIG guys: Federal banking regulators have accused eight former insiders from a failed Georgia bank — including a state senator — of gross negligence and
If all goes well, Facebook gets a lot of money ? and time ? to do what it pleases until it decides to go public. And Goldman Sachs gets a piece of a hot new company, the ability to offer special clie
If all goes well, Facebook gets a lot of money — and time — to do what itpleases until it decides to go public. And Goldman Sachs gets a piece of a hot new company ... but will late-break
...serious losses if not handled correctly. The "Social Media Bible" defines social media as "... activities, practices and behaviors among communities...
...serious losses if not handled correctly. The Social Media Bible defines social media as "... activities, practices and behaviors among communities...
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Name and title: Elizabeth K. Blake, general counsel and senior vice president for government relations and advocacy.Age: 57Company profile: Habitat for Humanity International Inc. has built or rehabi
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