Business

Lessons from the FTC’s Facebook Saga

Lessons from the FTC’s Facebook Saga

The FTC’s settlement with Facebook does little to change or restrict recidivist business practices.

Large Firms as Repeat Offenders

Large Firms as Repeat Offenders

Regulators must not provide special treatment to dominant companies that are caught repeatedly violating the law.

Is the SEC Moving Beyond Disclosure?

Is the SEC Moving Beyond Disclosure?

Former regulator argues that proposed SEC rules open up new regulation of securities markets.

The P2P Fraud Conundrum

The P2P Fraud Conundrum

Regulators must strike a difficult balance in tamping down increased fraud on peer-to-peer payment platforms.

Amusement Park Regulation’s Bumpy Ride

Amusement Park Regulation’s Bumpy Ride

A patchwork of state and private industry oversight leaves room for federal intervention.

A Tale of Two Cities’ Diversifying Economies

A Tale of Two Cities’ Diversifying Economies

Nevada offers a case study of how states can succeed in attracting new employers.

Making Regulations on Influencer Advertising Click

Making Regulations on Influencer Advertising Click

Scholars offer approaches to improve regulation of social media marketing.

Is Fast Fashion Moving Too Fast?

Is Fast Fashion Moving Too Fast?

Scholars assess what it will take to support sustainability within the global fashion industry.

Regulating Contracts in Poultry Production

Regulating Contracts in Poultry Production

The U.S. Department of Agriculture proposes requiring chicken processors to provide more information in their contracts with growers.

The Financial System’s Pandemic Shield

The Financial System’s Pandemic Shield

Scholars argue that Basel III Accords limited economic fallout from COVID-19.

The Regulatory Challenges of FinTech

The Regulatory Challenges of FinTech

Scholar sketches the current regulatory landscape for financial technologies in the United States.

Regulating Sponsored Influencer Marketing

Regulating Sponsored Influencer Marketing

Influencer advertising can bring large profits, but experts say it may also pose unique dangers to consumers.