By Rodney Bosch · June 1, 2018 • Hikvision and Dahua, two major surveillance-systems suppliers, could be nixed from any U.S. government projects if the Senate approves House bill to ban Chinese-manufactured surveillance and communications systems on security grounds.
By Julie Jacobson · June 28, 2012 • Affordable Care Act “penalizes employers too much," says National Retail Federation after Supreme Court upholds Obamacare.
By Julie Jacobson · May 30, 2012 • CompTIA and others say government mandates favoring women-owned small businesses (WOSB) don't go far enough. I disagree.
By Julie Jacobson · July 19, 2011 • Remodelers cheer as EPA declines to impose new 'clearance requirements' as part of the Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting (LRRP) rule. NARI shares concerns, recommendations.
By Julie Jacobson · May 17, 2011 • Governments discourage electric cars and solar energy; home appraisers dismiss pricey energy management systems. Is green technology really worth it?
By Tom LeBlanc · October 8, 2010 • Kratos Defense & Security Solutions is set to acquire Henry Bros. Electronics for about $45 million.
By Julie Jacobson · June 10, 2010 • No wonder we need to reinvent journalism! FTC spokesman Peter Kaplan says reporters got their tax-on-CE stories all wrong.
By Julie Jacobson · June 10, 2010 • The FTC was mulling a 5% tax on technology to subsidize the "reinvention of journalism" but FTC chief Jonathan Leibowitz said in a hearing yesterday that the idea is stupid.
By Julie Jacobson · June 7, 2010 • A 5% tax on consumer electronics would generate $4 billion annually, according to FTC's "Potential Policy Recommendations to Support the Reinvention of Journalism."
By Julie Jacobson · February 22, 2010 • Winner of government's viral marketing program wins $2,500. No profanity, please.