...out how much those brand new colorful $100 dollar bills issued by Treasury this week are worth in yuan, yen, peso, euro, rupee and more...
Recognized by a federal judge this week as a legitimate form of currency, bitcoins move toward the mainstream is the latest wrinkle in a so-called emerging payments sector that some law firms see as
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
...campaign on American businesses by a Chinese military unit. Since then, Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew has used high-level meetings with Beijing officials to...
About 300 of the biggest corporations in the U.S. have given Senator Jay Rockefeller their views on cybersecurity legislation that met with defeat in Congress last year with many supporting vo
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
After a four-year tenure marked by an increased focus on privacy and aggressive consumer protection, Federal Trade Commission Chairman Jon Leibowitz announced Friday that he is stepping down on Febru
Governments are accusing tech giants such as Google and Amazon of incorporating themselves in low-tax countries so they can avoid paying hundreds of millions of dollars to countries such as Germany,
...ex-Yankee, this O'Neill served as U.S. Secretary of the Treasury) took the helm, and forever changed the culture and priorities of the...
Corporations eager to exploit their massive customer data risk alienating consumers and regulators if they stumble on privacy and security
The IRS is cracking down on Silicon Valley companies it suspects are dodging taxes on profits generated from intellectual property. But companies aren't opening their wallets: They're fighting back
Originally Published: The Recorder
The Department of Veterans Affairs and the Drug Enforcement Administration are under fire for purchasing spy software from the same company that supplied a computer surveillance program to the FDA
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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