Business Stories from February 15, 2020
Don't sell my data! We finally have a law for thatFeb 15, 2020 6:22 AM - How to take advantage of America's first broad data privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act -- even if you don't live in California.
Study: High child-care costs are a hurdle for first-time homebuyersFeb 15, 2020 6:15 AM - According to Freddie Mac's research, families spend an average of $715 per month on child care. For families with younger children, the cost averages $948.
Tweeting in a time of coronavirus: Woman uses social media to lighten mood on cruise shipFeb 15, 2020 6:21 AM - Christina Kerby was traveling with her 75-year-old mom, a mother-daughter trip she had eagerly anticipated, and when coronavirus fears scuttled their plan, she endeavored to make the best of a bad situation. Her Twitter account became a live, public diary of the unexpectedly adventurous cruise. The ship was stranded, on the verge of a geopolitical crisis, but the revelry did not stop.
Association, board member must follow contract procedureFeb 15, 2020 7:00 AM - Q: Our condominium association owns a unit it leases out to third parties. One of the board members is a real estate agent for a real estate company and wants to act as leasing agent for the association regarding this unit.
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