The Daily Report
In a recent survey by AT&T, 49 percent of adults admitted to texting while driving. Distracted driving?driving while texting, talking on mobile phones or browsing the Web?causes accidents costing bil
A new white paper from Aegis Mobility examines how employers are coping with the risks of employees using mobile devices while driving company vehicles
Pressing charges against hackers can create awkward discovery battles
One jury found that the Baltimore Ravens infringed on a logo sketched by a fan. Another jury found that the Ravens didn't owe the fan anything. That's why they're still in court today
...second Obama administration had no intention of wasn't going soft. Allan Van Fleet, a former chair of the American Bar Association's antitrust law...
Shell counters environmental challenges by suing before it is sued
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