What Makes Market Basket Employees Irreplaceable
Business & Law / Opinion

What Makes Market Basket Employees Irreplaceable

By Daniel Korschun The battle at Market Basket continues to draw international attention. The dispute pits 25,000 supermarket employees against much of the Board of Directors and its newly appointed co-CEO’s. The employees want their former CEO, Arthur T. Demoulas back at the helm. The Board appears to be looking to sell the company. Employees … Continue reading

How the Market Basket Protests are Unprecedented
Business & Law / Opinion

How the Market Basket Protests are Unprecedented

By Daniel Korschun Unprecedented. That is how the protests at Market Basket have been described by the media and other scholars. Thousands of employees have been picketing stores, slowing deliveries and participating rallies that have effectively shut down the company’s operations. They say they will continue their protest until Arthur T. Demoulas, their beloved CEO … Continue reading

Television Industry Expert Available to Discuss Supreme Court’s ABC v. Aereo Ruling
Business & Law

Television Industry Expert Available to Discuss Supreme Court’s ABC v. Aereo Ruling

The U.S. Supreme Court’s 6-3 ruling in favor of American Broadcasting Company in ABC v. Aereo effectively struck down the web-based streaming service’s business plan for capturing and rebroadcasting television content to its subscribers. The court ruled that this model amounted to a violation of the broadcasters’ content copyrights. This issue argued by ABC was … Continue reading

Sexting Among Minors: A Q+A About New Study
Business & Law / Community & Society

Sexting Among Minors: A Q+A About New Study

A recent study by researchers at Drexel University revealed that sexting among minors is more common than previously thought, and that most minors are unaware of the potential harsh legal consequences. The study, entitled “Youth Sexting: Prevalence Rates, Driving Motivations, and the Deterrent Effect of Legal Consequences,” was published online in June 2014 by the … Continue reading