Yelp Inc. and its executives were accused of selling $81 million of artificially-inflated stock while "deceiving shareholders about the quality of consumer reviews on its website," Reuters reported yesterday.
Facebook is starting off the year under fire once again for allegations that it has violated its users' privacy. Two Facebook users have filed against the social network for using the content of private messages as data for targeted advertising.
Self-regulation is great if it keeps the government off your back, but does it also give attorneys a green light to pursue class-action suits?
Time Warner Cable—embroiled in two retransmission consent disputes, one with CBS and the other with Journal Broadcast Group—has its hands full on both fronts as the blackouts drag on.