In a world that's essentially a carbon copy of our own, through mean's no one knows how, people started developing superpowers. With seemingly no rhyme or reason, people got powers of all shapes and sizes, like a woman who can fly to the stars, or a man who can turn into a flaming peacock. Some people used these gifts to do heroic things, while others used them to commit various crimes. All of a sudden, heroes and villains that seemed ripped straight from comic books became a reality. Yet, some people don't want to use their new abilities for either crime or for crimefighting. Some people want to use their gifts to make some cash. Like Tobias, a man who can understand animals, wants to open a pseudo-Veterinarian clinic where people can go and pay him to figure out what's bothering their pets. Or Lucy, the demon girl who wants to open up a tourist service with her sentient bus that can go into the Underworld. Or Jeffery, a giant half-spider, half-man who, with the help of his children, can use his silk to make intricately woven clothing, and the methods which he does so could revolutionize the fashion industry. For every hero or villain out there, there's someone else with a power who wants to use their new gifts to start their own business or try and make some cash.
Assuming that every law in regards to businesses and business practices remained the same as people started developing powers, what would have to change for people to be able to legally use their powers in their own, or other people's, companies?