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  • Kodak to sell online photo business to Shutterfly for $23.8 million

    Say hello to the tip of the iceberg. Eastman Kodak Co. yesterday announced the proposed sale of its KODAK Gallery photo services website to online personal photo publishing service Shutterfly Inc. for $23.8 million. The sale is one of the first steps along Kodak’s arduous path to climbing out of...

  • Allianz Life names new GC

    The guard has changed at Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America. The insurer announced yesterday that it has promoted Gretchen Cepek to the general counsel post, which went into effect late last month.

  • How to reduce worthless data

    Technology can help eliminate risky and costly records

  • U.S. franchisors face strict Canadian disclosure laws

    Provincial rules provide a wrinkle for franchises looking to expand to Canada

  • Roundup: 4th, 7th, 8th and 10th Circuits

    Wage law not a fundamental public policy; Employers not liable for employees' off-the-clock work; Decision aids plaintiffs alleging trade secret misappropriation; Employee's "primary duty" is a question of fact, not law

  • GE’s senior counsel voted Pro Bono Partnership chairman

    Changes are afoot at the Pro Bono Partnership. The organization, which is dedicated to providing business and transactional legal services to non-profits serving disadvantaged people in Connecticut, New Jersey and New York, announced yesterday that it elected Mark Nordstrom chairman of its board of directors.

  • California Labor Commissioner announces Criminal Investigation Unit

    Cue the jangling spurs, wind-tossed duster and squint-eyed man reaching for his pistol—a new sheriff just stepped into town and is ready to keep the peace. California’s Department of Industrial Relations’ (DIR) Division of Labor Standards Enforcement yesterday announced the formation of a new group that will have its eye...

  • 2nd Circuit panel assesses $2 billion suit against Porsche

    The vitriol is revving up in New York, as a 2nd Circuit panel had an 80-minute hearing last Friday over whether Porsche Automobile Holdings SE illegally bought nearly all available shares of fellow automaker Volkswagen AG in 2008.

  • Glaxo has right to sell generic Paxil

    Good news for GlaxoSmithKline Plc. (GSK) U.S. District Judge Joel Pisano ruled yesterday that the pharmaceutical giant has the right to sell an authorized copy of its anti-depressant, Paxil CR, to Canadian pharmaceutical company Apotex Inc.

  • Michael Jordan sues Chinese company for using his name

    Just wait until Linsanity fully takes root in China—His Airness will be all but forgotten. But until then, Michael Jordan has a battle his hands worse than fighting the flu in Game 5 against the Utah Jazz in 1997.

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