According to the US Census Bureau, nearly one-third of the American workforce, and half of all information workers, are able to work from home. The number of people working partially or fully remote has been on the rise for years, and the COVID-19 pandemic has only accelerated this trend. Earlier this month, UK-based startup network Founders Forum conducted […]
Despite delays in high-end TV, computer and gaming device releases as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, HDMI 2.1 remains the next big trend. In the HDMI interconnects sector, makers in China are confident the shift to the latest specification will happen. Gearing up for this, more are expected to emphasize the development of compliant […]
By Dan Harris With Phase One of the US-China Trade deal requiring China to purchase large quantities of goods and services from the United States, it makes sense to write how to ensure payment when selling to China.
By Dan Harris Just got back from teaching an International Law course at Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law in Bloomington, IN. I team taught this course with an experienced and excellent law professor, Professor Hannah Buxbaum. Professor Buxbaum is a powerhouse and I ended up learning a ton from both her and the students […]
By Renaud Anjoran A few years ago, I remember reading about the Coolest Cooler, a nice product that raised an amazing amount of money on Kickstarter: over 6,000 people bought it for a total of 13 million USD!! Yet, they went bust leaving a lot of frustrated backers and interested onlookers scratching their heads as […]