The big news in Silicon Valley this week was the Wall Street Journal report that “unicorn” medical testing startup Theranos is being investigated by both the Department of Justice and […]
In a recent interview, a very confused New York Daily News reporter continually mixed up the Treasury Department and the Federal Reserve in the face of a very straightforward statement […]
The theme will be the application of law to the problems created by what I call “global tectonics.” I intend to consider problems like the Ukraine, Boko Haram, Mexican drug […]
Today’s Financial Times has a front page story on the newest stage of the Russian crisis. Putin’s Russia is being hit by both western sanctions as a result of its […]
In the wake of the recent Hobby Lobby decision by the US Supreme Court readers may be interested in my earlier take on the corporate personhood debate published on line […]
This post is co-authored by Stephen Diamond and Jennifer Kuan. Jennifer is an economist based at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research. The post is based in part on an event […]
It was clear enough during the 2008 campaign but many ignored it. It became more clear as Obama took office and attempted to “engage” with authoritarian regimes all around the […]
My spring seminar, Law and Labor in the Fields, is underway. Our first guest speaker will be here this coming week, Thursday, January 30. He is Frank Bardacke, the author […]
My first time on NPR’s Marketplace! (But I would never the use the word “squat” outside the gym.) How the @### is Twitter going to make money? | Marketplace.org.
I discussed this issue on Nightly Business Report with Julia Boorstin recently. Investors and Twitter | Nightly Business Report.