Month: December 2018

District Court Judge Rules Secret Police Recording Okay

Recently, due to altercations regarding Massachusetts’ wiretap law, United States federal court has deemed it perfectly legal to record police on video, even if the camera or cell phone is hidden. Monday, United States District Judge, Patti B. Saris decided to block the state’s wiretap law, accusing it of overstepping and infringing upon every American’s

Launching a startup James River Capital

Questions to Ask Before Launching a Startup by Paul Saunders, Founder of James River Capital Corp.

According to Forbes, nine out of ten startups fail. This may seem like a discouraging statistic, but it doesn’t have to be. It can also serve as a cautionary tale about asking the right questions before launching a startup. After gathering data from 101 founders of failed startups, Forbes found that the most frequently cited

Dabie Tsai Sets Example for Women in the Work Place

Dabie Tsai Exemplifies and Encourages Power of Women in the Workplace

It’s no secret that women have been underrepresented in most sectors of the workplace for as long as the modern office environment has existed. Though women make up half the population and are responsible for some of history’s most innovative ideas, workplace equality has long been a goal unrealized. Thankfully, more than ever, that is

Flynn’s Cooperation in the Mueller Investigation Has Donald Trump Jr. Nervous

Donald Trump Jr. plays an important role in the Trump Organization. He and his brother Eric manage the family business while Don Sr. handles the political side of things for the family. Some news reports say Donald Trump Jr. learned how to run with the big real estate dogs watching his dad. But Don Jr.

Why Private Equity Due Diligence Is Essential In The Investment Industry in 2018

Executive and board member background investigations help organizations avoid unpleasant surprises. Investors, the media and the public often judge a firm by the individuals who are in high-profile positions, since they become the face of the organization. A new executive should be an asset, not a liability. Why Can’t HR Just Google Someone? Your