SEC’s Hester Peirce says crypto industry should not wait for regulators to solve problems

SEC’s Hester Peirce says crypto industry should not wait for regulators to solve problems

Crypto is burning Regulatory progress Protecting decentralization

SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce called for the crypto industry to attempt to solve issues that plagued it during 2022 without waiting for regulators to act.

Peirce made the comment during a speech at the Duke University Digital Assets  Conference on Jan. 20.

Crypto is burning

Peirce argued that “much of the crypto world is burning” in a fire lit by bad actors.

17 top law firms warn judicial overhaul will harm Israeli democracy, image, economy

17 top law firms warn judicial overhaul will harm Israeli democracy, image, economy

 

In the latest public petition lambasting the new government’s plan to overhaul the judiciary, 17 of Israel’s leading law firms warned Thursday that the proposed reforms won’t fix the system and instead will harm Israel’s reputation and its economy.

“We … want to warn against harming the resilience and independence of the justice system and the system of checks and balances at the basis of the democratic regime we are so proud of, alongside the State of Israel being a Jewish state,” the lawyers wrote .

SRECTrade Expands Clean Fuel Credit Management into Canada

 

 

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–SRECTrade, the single partner to manage and transact environmental commodities, announced that it has expanded its management and transaction services to Canada. With these services, SRECTrade and parent company Xpansiv, the premier global market-infrastructure platform for environmental commodities, generate and monetize clean fuel credits to fund budgets to help cover the cost of deploying and operating zero emission vehicles.

5 Competitor Analysis Mistakes to Avoid at All Costs

1. Focusing Exclusively on Direct Competitors 2. Focusing on the Wrong Competitors 3. Lacking a Systemized Approach to Competitor Analysis 4. Looking Only At One Channel for Analysis 5. Conducting Analysis Just Once 6. Not Checking In With Legal 7. Not Using Dedicated Competitive Analysis Tools Final Thoughts

You know that you need to track your competition carefully. You need to understand how they fit into the market and how you fit into the market, and what you can do to stand out. 

That feels like a given, and it’s something most B2B and SaaS businesses understand. Many, however, struggle to implement competitive analysis properly. 

Entrepreneur: The French Do Have A Word For It – Forbes

There’s no firm evidence that he actually ever said it, but President George W. Bush’s reputed utterance to British Prime Minister Tony Blair that “the trouble with the French is that they don’t have a word for entrepreneur” probably echoed a widely held notion that France wasn’t a country one immediately associated with entrepreneurs. Wrong. The country is full of them. It’s just that building big name international companies has traditionally never been their strongest point. French start-ups, for the most part, been content to stay local and enjoy success at that level. This is partly due to modest venture capital activity. A start-up that raises $10 million for a Series A in the US, would raise $500,000 in France, where there is a smaller domestic market, limited exits on the stock market, and less of an appetite for global expansion.

What Other Forms Are Filed With 1094 B

What Is a 1094 B Form? Noteworthy Form 1095 B Forms Similar to 1094 B

When it comes to tax filing, there is a lot of paperwork involved. However, most people only think of one form when discussing taxes: form 1040.

This isn’t the only form you need to worry about – if you’re self-employed or an employer working with fewer than 50 full-time employees, another important document comes into play: Form 1094-B.

 Read on to make the next tax season stress-free! In addition to knowing what Form 1094B is and why you must fill it out, you’ll also learn more about other forms included throughout the filing process.

Romano Brothers AND Company Buys Shares of 3,961 Salesforce, Inc. (NYSE:CRM)

Romano Brothers AND Company Buys Shares of 3,961 Salesforce, Inc. (NYSE:CRM)

Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades Salesforce Stock Up 0.2 % Insider Buying and Selling at Salesforce About Salesforce Recommended Stories

Romano Brothers AND Company purchased a new position in shares of Salesforce, Inc. (NYSE:CRM – Get Rating) during the third quarter, Holdings Channel.com reports. The fund purchased 3,961 shares of the CRM provider’s stock, valued at approximately $570,000.

2023: Military remains apolitical, professional – Irabor

The Chief of Defense Staff (CDS), Gen. Lucky Irabor, has reiterated the stance of the Nigerian Armed Forces to remain apolitical and professional during the 2023 general elections.

Irabor stated this when the President, Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Mr Yakubu Maikyau, led members on a courtesy visit to the Defence Headquarters on Wednesday in Abuja.

He said the military had been working with the police and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to provide security during the election period.

“By virtue of our assessment we have been able to put in place a contingent that will enable us to be of assistance to the police if the need arises.

“We have also taken measures, by virtue of focused training, to ensure that if the need be, to assist the police in the course of the election, it will be professional.

“Not only will it be professional, but the armed forces also remain apolitical and we will be unbiased certainly.

Apple looking to move iPhone production out of China in wake of violent worker protests: report | Fox Business

Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., reacts to reports Apple limited crucial AirDrop function in China in the weeks leading up to anti-COVID lockdown demonstrations in China.

Apple Inc., is accelerating its plan to move iPhone production out of China in the wake of violent worker protests over COVID regulations at the world’s largest iPhone factory, a report by the Wall Street Journal said Saturday. 

The plant, dubbed iPhone City, made headlines in recent weeks after workers revolted over COVID-related concerns with security officers decked out in hazmat suits.

Apple is reportedly looking to shift its production toward other nations in Asia like India and Vietnam and to reduce dependence on Taiwanese electronics manufactures like Foxconn which owned the facility in Zhengzhou.