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Evaluation of personal intellectual property
[April 24, 2017 – 10:43 pm]
Evaluation of personal intellectual property

What state law claims are preempted by the federal law embodied in the Copyright Act?   This question was recently addressed in Stadt v. Fox News Network LLC, 719 F.Supp.2d 312 (S.D.N.Y. 2010). In that case, Kenneth Stadt (“Stadt”), a video owner, filed a lawsuit against Fox News Network (“Fox”), a cable television network, for among other things, copyright infringement and breach of contract.  Stadt was the exclusive owner of a video that he registered with the United States Copyright Office that depicts a famous couple on vacation (“Video”).  Stadt and Fox entered into a written…

Evaluation of organisational capital
[April 12, 2017 – 10:32 pm]
Evaluation of organisational capital

With medium contested rigorousness, a procuring organization gold dealers melbourne generally Empathetic procurement performances: acquisition buy sell gold melbourne of products and services constitutes 1 of the organisation’s asiest economic functions.(BACK TO gold buyers melbourne Fundamentals) PROCUREMENT--ALSO CALLED Purchasing or purchasing --involves the acquisition of products and services for an organisation’s lead benefit or use. In most instances, high of the organisation’s fiscal concentrate centres on procurement performances, ordinarily containing 1 of the top…

Definition of relational capital
[April 10, 2017 – 10:32 pm]
Definition of relational capital

Moderator’s Note: I am continuing with the posting of a research report on the four main challenges facing food sovereignty movements in Mexico and the United States. This excellent report was prepared by one of my most brilliant students for a seminar on food sovereignty that I taught in 2011 at the University of Washington. As you read this four-part series, you will understand why I have so much respect and admiration for this young undergraduate by the name of Mollie Tarte.  This is Part of IV and focuses on the second challenge – the imposition of the Republic of Property…

Buying brand
[March 29, 2017 – 10:19 pm]
Buying brand

Do you buy a car for its awesome features or for the low price of “insert cheap price here”? Or is there something else? Is it possible to buy a car for neither reason? For some people, falling in love with a car means it’s as good as sold to them. It won’t matter to them if it’s a costly Porsche or a cheap Nissan; they’re ready to spend no matter how much it takes. The best price for a car is rather relative—$30, can be cheap for some and costly for others. No particular standard for what price tag is cheap and what price tag is costly exists in the current trend. This is…

Buying financial capital
[March 25, 2017 – 10:01 pm]
Buying financial capital

WASHINGTON (AP) – Capital One Bank is paying $165 million to settle charges that it pressured credit card customers to buy costly add-on services like payment protection and credit monitoring. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Wednesday that Capital One call-center workers told customers the products were free, misled them about the benefits and let people think the services were required to hold a card. The CFPB says Capital One will refund about $140 million to 2 million customers and pay $25 million in penalties. The order against Capital One is the first enforcement…

Human capital evaluation
[March 11, 2017 – 09:49 pm]
Human capital evaluation

A common-ground for all homeowners who are considering selling their house would be to receive the highest possible price. Yielding the most money from selling your home, possibly the largest investment an individual will own, can be achieved by the realtor following a few procedures. These simple but important variables will make a large impact on the amount returned from your home. Knowledge Of The Supply And Demand Theory Every tangible or intangible, product or service, abides by the supply and demand theory; a home is no exception. The theory states that the price is determined…

Acquisition of organisational capital
[March 9, 2017 – 09:48 pm]
Acquisition of organisational capital

Experiential Learning and Knowledge Management Experiential Learning and Knowledge Management The purpose of experimental learning is to get through experience. One of the first and most basic steps to raising the effect of experiential learning is to develop strong skills and knowledge based on practice. According to theoretical interpretation “experiential learning can be described as a process by which the experience of the learner is reflected upon, and from this emerge new insights or learning” (What is Experiential Learning? 2005). Recent years, the concept of experiential…

Buying intellectual capital
[March 5, 2017 – 09:46 pm]
Buying intellectual capital

Many organizations achieve growth in many different ways. The ones that do not grow eventually go out of business, fade into irrelevance, or slowly bleed to death.  n an aggressive market, growth is often achieved by LBOs, mergers and acquisitions and hostile takeovers. However, history has been less than kind to these kinds of strategies.  When HP bought Compaq in the early 90s, we did not see any real innovation emanate from that purchase. They did however incorporate the Proliant server line in the HP product line.  We did see some whistle blowing however indicative of greater…

Reporting of corporate resources
[March 1, 2017 – 09:36 pm]
Reporting of corporate resources

P(3BL Media) July 12, 2012 -nbsp;strongHess Corporation Releases 2011 Corporate Sustainability Report/strong/ppHess Corporation (NYSE: HES) has published its 2011 Corporate Sustainability Report, a comprehensive review of the companyrsquo;s environment, social, anti-corruption and operational risk management programs and performance. The report is available at a href= and Read Full Media  p(3BL Media) July 12, 2012 -nbsp;strongHess Corporation Releases 2011 Corporate Sustainability Report/strong/ppHess Corporation (NYSE: HES) has published its 2011 Corporate Sustainability Report…

Structural capital explanation
[February 27, 2017 – 09:35 pm]
Structural capital explanation

Former Lt. Gov. Richard Ravitch and former Federal Reserve Chair Paul Volcker on Tuesday released their report on the fiscal crisis facing the states, an analysis that focuses on New York as well as California, New Jersey, Texas, Virginia and Illinois. The initiative began a year ago; the report was rolled out in a press conference at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. Here’s the bottom line on the State Budget Crisis Task Force ‘s conclusions: State finances are not transparent and often include hidden liabilities as well as rapidly growing responsibilities which are difficult…

How to buy intellectual company?
[February 23, 2017 – 09:31 pm]
How to buy intellectual company?

As noted in a report from Ars Technica, the ITC’s import ban on Motorola Android devices is set to kick in tomorrow. It covers 18 Motorola products infringing patents related to Microsoft’s Exchange Active Sync technology. Motorola, of course, has the option to pay Microsoft to license the patent, as it has in the past, but the company told Ars in a statement that it plans to continue selling its flagship devices in the U.S. following tomorrow’s ban: “In view of the ITC exclusion order which becomes effective Wednesday with respect to the single ActiveSync patent upheld in Microsoft’s…

Explain corporate intellectual property
[February 11, 2017 – 09:21 pm]
Explain corporate intellectual property

In the wake of the recent defeat of ACTA in the European Parliament, the key questions are not just what the European Commission will now do, but what lessons the EU and US will learn from it, especially in the wake of the equally dramatic derailing of SOPA earlier this year. At the annual meeting of the Transatlantic Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Working Group in Brussels last week, both the EU and US agencies and rights holders let slip a few hints about what they are really thinking. Here, for example, is how the EU views the post-ACTA situation, as reported by Intellectual…

How to sell corporate intellectual property?
[February 9, 2017 – 09:19 pm]
How to sell corporate intellectual property?

Canadian Court Sides with Tech Giants Over Culture July 17, 2012 -- TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwire) -- 07/17/12 -- The assault on Canadian culture and jobs, begun with the new copyright Bill (C-11), continued with the recent Supreme Court decision that awards some 30% of music download royalties to corporate tech giants and international music services. The Court cited technological neutrality as one of the reasons for the decision despite the fact that the economics in the digital delivery of music are not neutral and convey many profitable benefits to distributors, services…

Corporate resources acquitions
[February 7, 2017 – 09:15 pm]
Corporate resources acquitions

Coziron Resources (ASX: CZR) has been granted a trading halt by the ASX with the company having some very interesting pending news. Coziron requires the halt pending an announcement on the acquisition of three resource projects, with the company s shares placed in pre-open. The company has not yet announced any further details, but in the March Quarterly did note under the corporate section that it would seek shareholder approval for the acquisition of the Yarraloola Project (Fe Goethite / Hematite), Buddadoo Project (Fe Magnetite / VMS Cu / Zn) and the King X Project (Manganese)…