LinkedIn remains atop the social networking heap, but now more than ever, it's finding itself facing new types of competition—including some from a little company called Facebook.
Although trade groups appear to be largely supportive of a solution to the immigration issue, some groups are concerned that President Obama's executive action may have poisoned the Congressional well.
The trade group is offering member companies access to a healthcare exchange, with the goal of assisting them in reining in the cost of providing benefits.
The International Windship Association hopes to make a fresh pitch to the commercial shipping industry, asserting that wind-powered ships are a viable option to push things forward.
Two high-profile journalism organizations are working together to offer a free academy designed to teach women the skills needed to be leaders in digital media.
Heroes have a great story worth latching onto, but if you force them to live up to the mantle, you might be waiting a while for them to show up. Also: Get ready to start talking about 2016.
The operators of the Melbourne Cricket Club, which runs the country's largest stadium, are trying to ensure that club members aren't waiting more than half their lives just to join. Its waiting list tops currently 200,000—and then some.
A new Public Citizen study argues that the search giant's influence over the political sphere is worth raising the alarms over.
A top research firm makes the case that it may be time to put more energy into internal social media efforts than relying on Facebook's massive audience. Also: ASAE's graphics whiz talks about her favorite infographic treatments.
Recent headlines about the declining fortunes of cocoa producers are making chocolate lovers a bit uneasy. But we're here to reassure folks that cocoa industry groups are working to ensure chocolate production meets the demand of the world's collective sweet tooth for years to come.