In a significant Supreme Court ruling that could help limit frivolous lawsuits by so-called "patent trolls," the court ruled that patent lawsuit plaintiffs must sue domestic companies in the location where they are based. Many business and tech groups support the ruling.
The IAB Tech Lab borrows a concept from the online publishing world, the robots.txt file, as part of a new initiative to prevent illicit or unwanted banner ads from showing up online.
Yes, chatter around the cloud is pretty common these days, but the fact of the matter is, if you’re not properly implementing it within your organization, the benefits could breeze past you. Perhaps that’s why a lot of organizations still have their own data centers.
The nursing industry says it's struggling to meet a growing need for nursing care with fewer new nurses—a problem that one association says is compounded by a teaching shortfall. Some schools are attempting to remedy the issue by launching accelerated programs.
An appeals court ruling takes away the Federal Aviation Administration's ability to force drone owners to register their devices—a ruling considered a win by a model aviation group, but a setback for the unmanned aerial vehicle industry.
Independent Sector, a group that represents charitable nonprofits, says that current budget proposals could severely hurt charitable funding—but a change to the tax code could help solve the problem.
How Kickstarter is helping makers on its service improve the odds they’ll actually ship—and why associations should take cues. Also: When multitasking is a necessary evil.
With the specialty food space growing at a faster pace than the broader food industry, a new partnership between the Specialty Food Association and the Food Marketing Institute could help both groups leverage that growth.
How an outdoor advertising group brought ideas to its conference badge that it hopes to see in its industry’s ads. Also: How you should think about social video.
While a ban on carry-on electronic devices on U.S.-bound flights from Europe is "off the table" for now, an array of industry groups—which have raised concerns about economic and safety risks by such a ban—are keeping an eye on the issue.