Businesses in Ohio and nationwide are facing that time of the year when hackers may present a dire threat to the well-being of the enterprise. Tax season calls up the need for businesses to prepare and distribute W-2 forms. If hackers can get their hands on these forms, they can file fraudulent tax returns, pocket people's refunds and engage in other acts of identity theft. In business law parlance, the methods used by hackers to obtain this information is called social engineering.
Ohio has its fair share of entrepreneurs and business creators who have started or want to start a new business law enterprise. According to accomplished startup entrepreneurs, the first 90 days is the time to establish a solid foundation for the business, including the business law structure. During that time, they recommend a number of ideas for building that foundation and for nurturing the experimental entrepreneurial spirit.
Ohio and other states are hosts to business acquisition transactions on a regular basis. Publicly-traded and privately-owned companies are involved in purchasing other enterprises as well as merging with them. When publicly traded securities are involved, the government will scrutinize the transaction for irregularities and anti-trust aspects. Business law attorneys are an integral mainstay of these transactions, contributing their experience to help further a smooth and successful transition for all concerned.
One day you may sit back and realize your lifelong dream has come true: you started a company and successfully survived the scrappy, often tricky first years of business. Now that things are finally slowing down and getting a bit easier, the fear starts to creep in that all your hard work could disappear one day.
Retirement can feel like a very far off thing as one is knee-deep in the everyday activities of running a business. This may lead some business owners to assume that their retirement is something they don’t really need to think about now.
In today’s world, shoppers have many options. A recent survey suggests that a fair portion of today’s consumers plan to look more towards small businesses for their shopping needs in the future.
A recent report indicates that these days, small business owners are more optimistic than they have been in quite some time.
Among the things that can be critical to a business’ success is it being able to smoothly get the goods and services it needs for its operations. So, how things are going with the vendors and suppliers their company is working with can have significant impacts for a business owner.
Few words can match “Google” in terms of prominence in the public venue. When it comes to internet searches, the term is truly the parlance of our times. So much so, that it runs the risk of succumbing to “genericide.”
Pandora, a music-streaming pioneer, was on the verge of collapse in 2008. While they survived royalties skyrocketing into the stratosphere, they persevered. Today, they still find themselves in a struggle to keep pace with Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube and other rivals.