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Here Are the Many, Many Ways Your Business Can Get in Trouble for Tweeting the Olympics

The Olympics will soon set social media on fire, but your business probably won't be able to talk about it.

The Sticky Story of Krazy Glue (and How It Holds Our Lives Together)

In 1968, the Japanese chemical company Toagosei began selling a fast-bonding glue called Aron Alpha. The name didn't exactly roll off the tongue. But neither did the glue's chemical name, which was cyanoacrylate. As company legend goes, a Toagosei executive playing with the product was shocked at how fast it worked and exclaimed, "This is the crazy glue!"

4 Legal Issues Brands Need to Understand Before Livestreaming on Periscope or Meerkat

Social marketing has always seemed dangerous for brands, and that's simply because things can go badly in real time. We've all seen the #fails.

Chobani Gets Sued in a Case That Hinges on a Tweet

Chobani and its agency Droga5 are being sued by inspirational author Dov Seidman, who is claiming the yogurt infringed on his trademark while lifting core concepts from his 2011 book, "How: Why How We Do Anything Means Everything."