An Arizona rental car company, known by both Saban's Rent-A-Car and Pheonix Car Rental, has been held accountable for some pretty underhanded business dealings that have left past clients in the lurch.
How do you insulate your business from allegations of discrimination and still have the leeway you need to get rid of employees who aren't working out?
What's in a name?
Are you about to go into business with someone that can make your dreams a reality?
One of the best ways to protect your business from discontented employees is to have a well-developed code of conduct.
A former National Basketball Association All-Star has gone from the ball court to the clink after being sentenced to more than 2 years in jail for fraud.
Figuring out how to buy a commercial property in foreclosure and make money of it seems like one of those mysteries that require a password and a secret handshake in order to solve. You know people do it -- you just don't know how they do it.
Arizona's Attorney General and a disability advocacy group have come to an agreement ending a mass of lawsuit filed lately against businesses for being noncompliant with handicap accommodations.
Most business owners fear the prospect of employee wage garnishments. For the uninitiated, it seems like a very complicated process that will rob you of the time and energy you need to operate your business. Unfortunately, many employees face wage garnishment, which means that employers do as well.
Forming a business partnership instead of a sole proprietorship can have many benefits, including sharing the workload and the responsibilities of the business. But sharing a business with someone can also bring challenges, especially if roles, responsibilities and liabilities are not made clear from the start. To prevent such disagreements from derailing your business venture, it's important to create a partnership agreement. These agreements create clarity and provide a framework for the partners in a business, and can help to ward off conflicts before they arise.