Top 3 On-Demand Mobility Stories in Europe - 13 Dec 2018

Written by David Abrahams on 13 Dec 2018

Top 3 On-Demand Mobility Stories in Europe - 13 Dec 2018

Europe's big tech tax: the latest proposals for a digital services tax

Written by Annie Scanlan on 11 Dec 2018

Europe's big tech tax: the latest proposals for a digital services tax

Top 3 On-Demand Mobility Stories in Europe - 6 Dec 2018

Written by David Abrahams on 06 Dec 2018

Top 3 On-Demand Mobility Stories in Europe - 6 Dec 2018

Top 3 On-Demand Mobility Stories in Europe - 29 Nov 2018

Written by David Abrahams on 29 Nov 2018

Top 3 On-Demand Mobility Stories in Europe - 29 Nov 2018

An Introduction to the proposed 'Platform to Business' Regulation

Written by Annie Scanlan on 29 Nov 2018

An Introduction to the proposed 'Platform to Business' Regulation

Top 3 On-Demand Mobility Stories in Europe - 22 Nov 2018

Written by David Abrahams on 22 Nov 2018

Top 3 On-Demand Mobility Stories in Europe - 22 Nov 2018

Law to standardise charging for electric vehicles proposed in Parliament

Written by David Abrahams on 20 Nov 2018

Law to standardise charging for electric vehicles proposed in Parliament

Key lessons from the Sharing Cities Summit

Written by Matthew Niblett on 20 Nov 2018

Key lessons from the Sharing Cities Summit

Top 3 On-Demand Mobility Stories in Europe - 15 Nov 2018

Written by David Abrahams on 15 Nov 2018

Top 3 On-Demand Mobility Stories in Europe - 15 Nov 2018

Political pressure builds for reform of EU competition policy

Written by Rory Coutts on 14 Nov 2018

Political pressure builds for reform of EU competition policy

The patchwork of digital tax proposals in Europe

Written by David Abrahams on 09 Nov 2018

The patchwork of digital tax proposals in Europe

Top 3 On-Demand Transport Stories in Europe This Week - 8 Nov 2018

Written by David Abrahams on 08 Nov 2018

Top 3 On-Demand Transport Stories in Europe This Week - 8 Nov 2018

Top 3 On-Demand Mobility Stories in Europe - 1 Nov 2018

Written by David Abrahams on 01 Nov 2018

Top 3 On-Demand Mobility Stories in Europe - 1 Nov 2018

Beyond Data Protection: Shaping the Ethical Use of Data in the UK

Written by Conor Brennan on 01 Nov 2018

Beyond Data Protection: Shaping the Ethical Use of Data in the UK

The EU Digital Single Market programme reaches the endgame

Written by Shomik Panda on 31 Oct 2018

The EU Digital Single Market programme reaches the endgame

Top 3 On-Demand Transport Stories in Europe This Week - 25 Oct 2018

Written by David Abrahams on 25 Oct 2018

Top 3 On-Demand Transport Stories in Europe This Week - 25 Oct 2018

How UK Government is helping virtual and augmented reality flourish

Written by Megan Stagman on 24 Oct 2018

How UK Government is helping virtual and augmented reality flourish

Unleashing the drone revolution: the 5 questions that need to be answered

Written by Olaf Cramme on 15 Oct 2018

Unleashing the drone revolution: the 5 questions that need to be answered

The EU Observatory on the Online Platform Economy: a talking shop or the beginnings of a new regulator?

Written by Annie Scanlan on 12 Oct 2018

The EU Observatory on the Online Platform Economy: a talking shop or the beginnings of a new regulator?

Brexit in Perspective

Written by Conor Brennan on 08 Oct 2018

Brexit in Perspective

Addressing the policy concerns around shared electric scooters

Written by Rory Coutts on 26 Sep 2018

Addressing the policy concerns around shared electric scooters

UK kicks off review of competition in digital markets

Written by David Abrahams on 20 Sep 2018

UK kicks off review of competition in digital markets

Labour Party doubles-down on employment rights in the gig economy

Written by Olaf Cramme on 12 Sep 2018

Labour Party doubles-down on employment rights in the gig economy

Are city authorities a friend or a foe for mobility platforms?

Written by Matthew Niblett on 11 Sep 2018

Are city authorities a friend or a foe for mobility platforms?

What are the EU institutions doing to lead on Distributed Ledger Technology?

Written by Annie Scanlan on 06 Sep 2018

What are the EU institutions doing to lead on Distributed Ledger Technology?

3 questions to ask when hiring a public affairs agency

Written by David Abrahams on 05 Sep 2018

3 questions to ask when hiring a public affairs agency

Does your business need a public affairs agency?

Written by David Abrahams on 28 Aug 2018

Does your business need a public affairs agency?

Is the policy world a hostile environment for the tech sector?

Written by David Abrahams on 21 Aug 2018

Is the policy world a hostile environment for the tech sector?

How WorkerTech is meeting the need for flexible support for the self-employed

Written by Inline Policy on 17 Aug 2018

How WorkerTech is meeting the need for flexible support for the self-employed

Online gambling in the UK: how to stop the next epidemic

Written by Shomik Panda on 02 Aug 2018

Online gambling in the UK: how to stop the next epidemic

Will the new Secretary of State for Digital be good or bad news for tech?

Written by Megan Stagman on 24 Jul 2018

Will the new Secretary of State for Digital be good or bad news for tech?

Big tech deserves a better political debate – here’s why

Written by Olaf Cramme on 18 Jul 2018

Big tech deserves a better political debate – here’s why

The many roads to Brexit

Written by Conor Brennan on 17 Jul 2018

The many roads to Brexit

The top 5 most important European Parliamentary questions for the tech sector this year

Written by Rory Coutts on 10 Jul 2018

The top 5 most important European Parliamentary questions for the tech sector this year

Rebels with a cause can't beat Mrs May in the game of chicken

Written by David Abrahams on 28 Jun 2018

Rebels with a cause can't beat Mrs May in the game of chicken

Potential policy potholes for electric vehicles

Written by Matthew Niblett on 13 Jun 2018

Potential policy potholes for electric vehicles

Digital agenda vs populist revolt: which call will Austria answer?

Written by Annie Scanlan on 05 Jun 2018

Digital agenda vs populist revolt: which call will Austria answer?

EU Digital Single Market Strategy – Has Brussels gone from friend to foe of the tech sector?

Written by Shomik Panda on 22 May 2018

EU Digital Single Market Strategy – Has Brussels gone from friend to foe of the tech sector?

Emerging from the smoke – Vaping as disruptive innovation

Written by Megan Stagman on 15 May 2018

Emerging from the smoke – Vaping as disruptive innovation

Finding the path to ethical artificial intelligence?

Written by Olaf Cramme on 16 Apr 2018

Finding the path to ethical artificial intelligence?

Taxing times ahead for 'big tech'?

Written by Matthew Niblett on 03 Apr 2018

Taxing times ahead for 'big tech'?

Will Theresa May be able to deliver her ambitious plans for data protection after Brexit?

Written by Conor Brennan on 16 Mar 2018

Will Theresa May be able to deliver her ambitious plans for data protection after Brexit?

New Regulations Ahead: London’s Transport Committee Report on Future Transport

Written by Matthew Niblett on 13 Feb 2018

New Regulations Ahead: London’s Transport Committee Report on Future Transport

What the UK Government's announcements mean for the Gig Economy

Written by Inline Policy on 08 Feb 2018

What the UK Government's announcements mean for the Gig Economy

Theresa May at Davos calls for international cooperation to regulate tech sector

Written by David Abrahams on 30 Jan 2018

Theresa May at Davos calls for international cooperation to regulate tech sector

European Bike-Sharing: how to move forward

Written by Rory Coutts on 30 Nov 2017

European Bike-Sharing: how to move forward

Artificial intelligence: can public policy cope?

Written by Olaf Cramme on 12 Oct 2017

Artificial intelligence: can public policy cope?

The UK Government’s bid for a customs arrangement with the EU

Written by Rory Coutts on 24 Aug 2017

The UK Government’s bid for a customs arrangement with the EU

Dockless Bike-Sharing: the next regulatory quagmire

Written by Conor Brennan on 15 Aug 2017

Dockless Bike-Sharing: the next regulatory quagmire

Citizens' Rights Post-Brexit: what is proposed and what are the dividing lines

Written by Rory Coutts on 11 Aug 2017

Citizens' Rights Post-Brexit: what is proposed and what are the dividing lines

What does the Industrial Strategy say about a low carbon strategy in the UK?

Written by Inline Policy on 09 Feb 2017

What does the Industrial Strategy say about a low carbon strategy in the UK?

17 for ’17: Climate and energy policy issues to track in 2017

Written by Inline Policy on 16 Jan 2017

17 for ’17: Climate and energy policy issues to track in 2017

Full steam ahead for the EU in 2017 on Banking Regulation and Capital Markets Union

Written by Inline Policy on 19 Dec 2016

Full steam ahead for the EU in 2017 on Banking Regulation and Capital Markets Union

The international climate change agenda: prospects going into 2017

Written by Inline Policy on 22 Nov 2016

The international climate change agenda: prospects going into 2017

Does the global aviation emissions agreement sustain the momentum of the Paris agreement? Or does it detract from it?

Written by Inline Policy on 20 Oct 2016

Does the global aviation emissions agreement sustain the momentum of the Paris agreement? Or does it detract from it?

Article 50 notification: much needed clarity or pathway to harder Brexit?

Written by Inline Policy on 04 Oct 2016

Article 50 notification: much needed clarity or pathway to harder Brexit?

Crowdfunding: Maturing with Regulation

Written by Conor Brennan on 01 Sep 2016

Crowdfunding: Maturing with Regulation

eSports gambling – regulators take a closer look

Written by Inline Policy on 24 Aug 2016

eSports gambling – regulators take a closer look

Energy storage technologies – will they be able to flourish within current regulatory frameworks?

Written by Inline Policy on 03 Aug 2016

Energy storage technologies – will they be able to flourish within current regulatory frameworks?

Natural Capital’s future in UK policy after Brexit and the Protocol

Written by Inline Policy on 27 Jul 2016

Natural Capital’s future in UK policy after Brexit and the Protocol

Membership vs access: Why words have meaning for the future of UK financial services and the Single Market

Written by Inline Policy on 26 Jul 2016

Membership vs access: Why words have meaning for the future of UK financial services and the Single Market

What are the implications of Brexit for Tech firms operating in the UK?

Written by Shomik Panda on 04 Jul 2016

What are the implications of Brexit for Tech firms operating in the UK?

Robots and liability issues: the future regulatory framework

Written by Inline Policy on 30 Jun 2016

Robots and liability issues: the future regulatory framework

Brexit - Implications, what happens next and business considerations

Written by Inline Policy on 27 Jun 2016

Brexit - Implications, what happens next and business considerations

The UK Government energy policy in-tray:

Written by Inline Policy on 15 Jun 2016

The UK Government energy policy in-tray:

Out of the low growth trap: the limits of central bank power in boosting economic output

Written by Inline Policy on 06 Jun 2016

Out of the low growth trap: the limits of central bank power in boosting economic output

The CMA Interim Report on Remedies: A more competitive UK retail banking sector or missed opportunity?

Written by Inline Policy on 27 May 2016

The CMA Interim Report on Remedies: A more competitive UK retail banking sector or missed opportunity?

Back to the Future: Queen’s Speech plans to boost savings among low-paid and younger people

Written by Inline Policy on 18 May 2016

Back to the Future: Queen’s Speech plans to boost savings among low-paid and younger people

What would Brexit mean for the investment climate in the financial sector?

Written by Inline Policy on 13 May 2016

What would Brexit mean for the investment climate in the financial sector?

The Single Rulebook and why it matters for financial services in the UK

Written by Inline Policy on 27 Apr 2016

The Single Rulebook and why it matters for financial services in the UK

Short-term tourist accommodation - 10 points for inclusion in the European Commission’s sharing economy guidelines

Written by Shomik Panda on 21 Apr 2016

Short-term tourist accommodation - 10 points for inclusion in the European Commission’s sharing economy guidelines

How can the financial services sector help reduce asset inequalities faced by Generation Rent?

Written by Inline Policy on 20 Apr 2016

How can the financial services sector help reduce asset inequalities faced by Generation Rent?

Major banks on the move with Blockchain – huge development amid renewed economic flux

Written by Inline Policy on 13 Apr 2016

Major banks on the move with Blockchain – huge development amid renewed economic flux

Does the EU ETS need reviving, again?

Written by Inline Policy on 12 Apr 2016

Does the EU ETS need reviving, again?

Race to the tape in EU Referendum means investors need answers on implications now

Written by Inline Policy on 06 Apr 2016

Race to the tape in EU Referendum means investors need answers on implications now

UK well placed to lead transformation in financial services through global leadership in Fintech

Written by Inline Policy on 29 Mar 2016

UK well placed to lead transformation in financial services through global leadership in Fintech

16 for ’16: climate and energy issues to track this year

Written by Inline Policy on 07 Jan 2016

16 for ’16: climate and energy issues to track this year

Regulatory Sandbox – a new form of policymaking

Written by Conor Brennan on 07 Dec 2015

Regulatory Sandbox – a new form of policymaking

Regulation and policy take centre stage at TCT 3D printing show

Written by Inline Policy on 02 Nov 2015

Regulation and policy take centre stage at TCT 3D printing show

Market makers – Grub Club and the growth of meal-sharing

Written by Inline Policy on 28 Oct 2015

Market makers – Grub Club and the growth of meal-sharing

The Road to Paris

Written by Inline Policy on 22 Oct 2015

The Road to Paris

Capital Markets Union – What Does It Mean For The Fintech Industry?

Written by Inline Policy on 01 Oct 2015

Capital Markets Union – What Does It Mean For The Fintech Industry?

Online dating vs. Mobile dating – New opportunities and challenges

Written by Inline Policy on 18 Sep 2015

Online dating vs. Mobile dating – New opportunities and challenges

Is the EU ETS back on its feet?

Written by Inline Policy on 07 Aug 2015

Is the EU ETS back on its feet?

Paving the way for a 'circular economy' in Europe

Written by Inline Policy on 10 Jul 2015

Paving the way for a 'circular economy' in Europe

Capital Markets Union – a new framework for diversification

Written by Conor Brennan on 26 Jun 2015

Capital Markets Union – a new framework for diversification

Climate and energy policy under the new Conservative Government: What do we know? What can we predict?

Written by Inline Policy on 03 Jun 2015

Climate and energy policy under the new Conservative Government: What do we know? What can we predict?

UK General Election: Where the parties are appealing to young people (and where they are not!)

Written by Conor Brennan on 30 Apr 2015

UK General Election: Where the parties are appealing to young people (and where they are not!)

Minority report: Election 2015, which businesses should be concerned?

Written by Shomik Panda on 17 Apr 2015

Minority report: Election 2015, which businesses should be concerned?

From fracking to fuel switching: Where are the energy and climate political dividing lines in this election?

Written by Inline Policy on 30 Mar 2015

From fracking to fuel switching: Where are the energy and climate political dividing lines in this election?

What the future may hold for Fintech after the UK general election

Written by Conor Brennan on 26 Mar 2015

What the future may hold for Fintech after the UK general election

Tech matters - a look ahead to the General Election and beyond

Written by Inline Policy on 02 Mar 2015

Tech matters - a look ahead to the General Election and beyond

100 days to go: 10 themes that may come to define the outcome of the UK General Election

Written by Shomik Panda on 27 Jan 2015

100 days to go: 10 themes that may come to define the outcome of the UK General Election

Europe considers investment-based crowdfunding regulation

Written by Conor Brennan on 16 Jan 2015

Europe considers investment-based crowdfunding regulation

European Energy & Climate Policy: Time To Get Moving

Written by Inline Policy on 13 Jan 2015

European Energy & Climate Policy: Time To Get Moving

Innovators vs. Regulators: Will Civilian Drones Thrive in Europe?

Written by Inline Policy on 19 Dec 2014

Innovators vs. Regulators: Will Civilian Drones Thrive in Europe?

Climate Change COP 20: The International Negotiations Stay (Just About) On Track

Written by Inline Policy on 17 Dec 2014

Climate Change COP 20: The International Negotiations Stay (Just About) On Track

Autumn Statement 2014 - A political analysis

Written by Inline Policy on 04 Dec 2014

Autumn Statement 2014 - A political analysis

International Climate Change: What does next week's conference in Lima hold?

Written by Inline Policy on 27 Nov 2014

International Climate Change: What does next week's conference in Lima hold?

The 2030 Climate and Energy Framework: The Regulatory Follow-Up

Written by Inline Policy on 04 Nov 2014

The 2030 Climate and Energy Framework: The Regulatory Follow-Up

Online advertising – The rise of real-time bidding

Written by Inline Policy on 24 Oct 2014

Online advertising – The rise of real-time bidding

European Council: 2030 Climate and Energy Framework

Written by Inline Policy on 22 Oct 2014

European Council: 2030 Climate and Energy Framework

Drones Without Borders: Future Common Standards in the EU?

Written by Inline Policy on 15 Oct 2014

Drones Without Borders: Future Common Standards in the EU?

Exploring the Critical Features of a Global Agreement to Tackle Deforestation

Written by Inline Policy on 08 Oct 2014

Exploring the Critical Features of a Global Agreement to Tackle Deforestation

Sharing Economy in the Party Conference spotlight

Written by Inline Policy on 02 Oct 2014

Sharing Economy in the Party Conference spotlight

Inline at Conservative Party Conference - The Sharing Economy: driving UK jobs and growth?

Written by Inline Policy on 28 Sep 2014

Inline at Conservative Party Conference - The Sharing Economy: driving UK jobs and growth?

Inline at Labour Party Conference - The Sharing Economy: driving UK jobs and growth?

Written by Inline Policy on 17 Sep 2014

Inline at Labour Party Conference - The Sharing Economy: driving UK jobs and growth?

Talking Climate Change; Protecting Tropical Forests

Written by Inline Policy on 12 Sep 2014

Talking Climate Change; Protecting Tropical Forests

Online dating: growth, regulation, and future challenges

Written by Inline Policy on 08 Sep 2014

Online dating: growth, regulation, and future challenges

European energy and climate: Brussels goes back to work

Written by Inline Policy on 01 Sep 2014

European energy and climate: Brussels goes back to work

Bright future for alternative finance following Osborne’s announcement

Written by Conor Brennan on 28 Aug 2014

Bright future for alternative finance following Osborne’s announcement

Mobile payments come of age

Written by Inline Policy on 21 Aug 2014

Mobile payments come of age

UK shale gas: Still a long road to travel

Written by Inline Policy on 04 Aug 2014

UK shale gas: Still a long road to travel

The UK government reshuffle: the implications for energy and climate policy

Written by Inline Policy on 24 Jul 2014

The UK government reshuffle: the implications for energy and climate policy

Price comparison websites in the spotlight

Written by Inline Policy on 21 Jul 2014

Price comparison websites in the spotlight

Cameron shuffles his pack

Written by Inline Policy on 16 Jul 2014

Cameron shuffles his pack

European Banking Authority begins the debate on an EU-wide virtual currency regulation

Written by Conor Brennan on 15 Jul 2014

European Banking Authority begins the debate on an EU-wide virtual currency regulation

Dark pools and the push for transparency

Written by Conor Brennan on 14 Jul 2014

Dark pools and the push for transparency

Wearable technology: market growth, rapid innovation and developing policy

Written by Inline Policy on 11 Jul 2014

Wearable technology: market growth, rapid innovation and developing policy

Renewables: A case study of what (mostly) good policy can achieve

Written by Inline Policy on 09 Jul 2014

Renewables: A case study of what (mostly) good policy can achieve

Music streaming maintains its upward trajectory

Written by Inline Policy on 04 Jul 2014

Music streaming maintains its upward trajectory

Energy and environment: the Brussels institutions start getting back to business

Written by Inline Policy on 02 Jul 2014

Energy and environment: the Brussels institutions start getting back to business

Sharing economy in cities: moving towards a more inclusive urban future

Written by Inline Policy on 01 Jul 2014

Sharing economy in cities: moving towards a more inclusive urban future

Regulatory battles accelerate in the peer-to-peer car sector

Written by Inline Policy on 30 Jun 2014

Regulatory battles accelerate in the peer-to-peer car sector

The global race for drone regulation

Written by Inline Policy on 27 Jun 2014

The global race for drone regulation

European energy market integration needs an action agenda

Written by Inline Policy on 25 Jun 2014

European energy market integration needs an action agenda

Virtual currency prospers in Asia: Will China follow?

Written by Conor Brennan on 25 Jun 2014

Virtual currency prospers in Asia: Will China follow?

The growth of robots in the workplace and the regulatory dilemma

Written by Shomik Panda on 24 Jun 2014

The growth of robots in the workplace and the regulatory dilemma

London Technology Week puts the spotlight on tech in the capital

Written by Inline Policy on 20 Jun 2014

London Technology Week puts the spotlight on tech in the capital

3D printing regulation: should governments intervene?

Written by Inline Policy on 19 Jun 2014

3D printing regulation: should governments intervene?

Reforming the EU ETS: It's only just begun

Written by Inline Policy on 18 Jun 2014

Reforming the EU ETS: It's only just begun

Driverless cars: Rush to promote testing through regulation

Written by Conor Brennan on 17 Jun 2014

Driverless cars: Rush to promote testing through regulation

UK moves ahead with crowdfunding regulation

Written by Shomik Panda on 16 Jun 2014

UK moves ahead with crowdfunding regulation

E-cigarette market grows as regulations take shape

Written by Inline Policy on 12 Jun 2014

E-cigarette market grows as regulations take shape

UK shale gas policy: A question of balance

Written by Inline Policy on 11 Jun 2014

UK shale gas policy: A question of balance

London protest against Uber symptomatic of global backlash

Written by Inline Policy on 10 Jun 2014

London protest against Uber symptomatic of global backlash

Short-term rental rules begin to take shape internationally; London announces its plans

Written by Conor Brennan on 09 Jun 2014

Short-term rental rules begin to take shape internationally; London announces its plans

Regulators begin looking at promoting virtual currencies

Written by Conor Brennan on 04 Jun 2014

Regulators begin looking at promoting virtual currencies

More sustainable policies needed from the 'greenest government ever'

Written by Inline Policy on 03 Jun 2014

More sustainable policies needed from the 'greenest government ever'

Making Europe's energy more secure - policy-makers have to join the dots...

Written by Inline Policy on 02 Jun 2014

Making Europe's energy more secure - policy-makers have to join the dots...

EU Commissioner roles up for grabs

Written by Inline Policy on 28 May 2014

EU Commissioner roles up for grabs

European elections highlight voter discontent ahead of EU talks

Written by Inline Policy on 27 May 2014

European elections highlight voter discontent ahead of EU talks

IEA's latest Technologies Report lays bare the tough climate and energy policy choices ahead

Written by Inline Policy on 23 May 2014

IEA's latest Technologies Report lays bare the tough climate and energy policy choices ahead

Airbnb agrees to pass on anonymised data to New York regulators

Written by Inline Policy on 22 May 2014

Airbnb agrees to pass on anonymised data to New York regulators

Colorado set to become the first US state to pass statewide ridesharing regulation

Written by Inline Policy on 21 May 2014

Colorado set to become the first US state to pass statewide ridesharing regulation

Virtual currency and the pursuit of legitimacy

Written by Inline Policy on 20 May 2014

Virtual currency and the pursuit of legitimacy

U.S. Federal Communications Commission proposes new net neutrality rules

Written by Inline Policy on 16 May 2014

U.S. Federal Communications Commission proposes new net neutrality rules

New subpoena issued in battle between Airbnb and New York regulators

Written by Inline Policy on 15 May 2014

New subpoena issued in battle between Airbnb and New York regulators

Why UK policymakers should manage their message on renewables

Written by Inline Policy on 13 May 2014

Why UK policymakers should manage their message on renewables

EU court backs 'right to be forgotten' in Google case

Written by Inline Policy on 13 May 2014

EU court backs 'right to be forgotten' in Google case

Carbon Tracker warns over oil companies' spending in high cost areas

Written by Inline Policy on 12 May 2014

Carbon Tracker warns over oil companies' spending in high cost areas

US Federal Election Commission approves use of Bitcoin for campaign contributions

Written by Inline Policy on 09 May 2014

US Federal Election Commission approves use of Bitcoin for campaign contributions

London black taxis plan protest over car service Uber

Written by Inline Policy on 08 May 2014

London black taxis plan protest over car service Uber

Labour plans rent controls for private housing

Written by Inline Policy on 01 May 2014

Labour plans rent controls for private housing

U.S. State Regulators issue warnings on virtual currency

Written by Inline Policy on 30 Apr 2014

U.S. State Regulators issue warnings on virtual currency

UK Government invests £500m in green cars

Written by Inline Policy on 29 Apr 2014

UK Government invests £500m in green cars

New York’s Case Against Airbnb Is Argued in Albany

Written by Inline Policy on 24 Apr 2014

New York’s Case Against Airbnb Is Argued in Albany

Details released of regulations for short term rentals in San Francisco

Written by Inline Policy on 15 Apr 2014

Details released of regulations for short term rentals in San Francisco

Bill to regulate rideshare companies passes Illinois House

Written by Inline Policy on 10 Apr 2014

Bill to regulate rideshare companies passes Illinois House

The French government prepares to take legal action against Uber

Written by Inline Policy on 02 Apr 2014

The French government prepares to take legal action against Uber

It's Not Just Tesla: Why Dealers Are Wary of Electric Cars

Written by Inline Policy on 20 Mar 2014

It's Not Just Tesla: Why Dealers Are Wary of Electric Cars

Why integrating philanthropic strategies should be the new norm for tech startups

Written by Inline Policy on 18 Mar 2014

Why integrating philanthropic strategies should be the new norm for tech startups