September 2016 Archives

Securing your company's edge with trade secrets

When companies strive to safeguard their intellectual property, they typically file for protection of their patents, trademarks and copyrights. For those desiring more flexibility in securing intellectual property, designating information as a trade secret may be useful alternative.

Using blockchain can streamline your business transactions.

While you may not accept Bitcoins at your place of business, you may find yourself relying on another product revolutionized by this decentralized cyptocurrency: blockchain. As a business owner, you may have heard references to this nascent technology as banks, stock exchanges and online marketplaces are developing their own blockchain programs in order to streamline transactions. This past May, Nasdaq introduced a blockchain service to clients across the world, promoting an "infrastructure hub" that could serve as a one-stop solution for business transactions.

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