The Travel Technology Association, leading the way with a new report, says that members of its association are being negatively impacted by airlines limiting access to real-time flight data—and in one case, removing said access entirely.
You may not be required by law to save your left over food, but you can still keep your event ahead of the sustainability curve. Here's how.
Too often, it seems like we're fighting against the stuff that should be making our lives easier, rather than keeping things simple. A few smart words from a guy who built his life in technology could help as you figure out your own technology balance.
In a move that could make payments of all stripes a little less painful, NACHA members this week approved an industry shift to same-day transaction processing. The pitch required a little retooling before it passed muster with some members.
The Boy Scouts of America president and former defense secretary, who played a pivotal role in ending the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy, announced that the scouts would not take any action against local chapters that allowed gay adults in as leaders, and called the current membership restriction unsustainable.
New Jersey is one of just two states to require full-service gas pumps—something a key association in the state hopes to change. Problem is, a prominent legislator is fighting new legislation tooth and nail. Who will run out of fuel first?
Police groups nationwide have raised questions about the strategy President Obama has put forth in restricting certain kinds of military equipment from being given to local police departments, but similar legislation in Congress is drawing interest from a tactical-officers group.
The next generation you'll have to worry about reaching is starting to graduate from high school. Time to get ready. Also: What work will look like by the time all those centennials actually hit the workforce.
The deadly biker gang shooting outside of a Waco restaurant on Sunday drew widespread media attention, both due to its unusual circumstances and the violence that took place. But for groups focused on investigating motorcycle gangs, it didn't come as a big surprise.
The prominent e-commerce company was sued by the parent company of Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent this week. The move comes roughly a month after the American Apparel & Footwear Association complained to the United States Trade Representative about Alibaba enabling the sale of counterfeit goods.