NASA is beginning to work with private companies towards exploration and exploitation of the Moon, according to the Verge.com.
Eugene Volokh reports on a recent decision that addressed the propriety of a judge presiding over a case in which one of the attorneys is his or her Facebook "friend."
On the pages of the New York Times, Professor Lawrence Kotlikoff of Boston University is calling for the abolition of the corporate income tax:
At Bloomberg Business Week, Joshua Brustein discusses Overstock.com's
The New York Times's Dealbook blog has news about Bitcoin fraud:
Author and philosopher Nick Harkaway expounds on new developments in technology, and the implications for law, business and society. Some of the revolutionary technologies he discusses implicate Arthur C.
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Io9.com has a report on the world's first ATM, located in Vancouver: