With Ivy League and other liberal arts colleges struggling to integrate combat veterans into their student bodies, nonprofits are working to ensure that there's a path to elite higher education from the military.
Facing a controversy that could have damaged industry efforts to introduce GMOs to the U.S. wheat supply, two trade groups focused on their messaging to reassure both members and the public.
How two old-school cartoons have managed to keep things fresh with the help of the occasional twist. Also: Chromebooks get access to Photoshop—no, really.
The cable and internet giant Comcast is in the middle of a major shift on customer service, after being dogged about it for years. The odds that it'll fix the problems right away are slim—and that highlights the role technology infrastructure plays in keeping standards high.
Why drumming up interest from new members shouldn't start with a big ask but a more modest one. Also: how volunteers can help even if they can't devote all their time to you.
The company's retooled ad targeting platform, Atlas Solutions, offers something that many ad providers want—more details on the people they're advertising to. The problem, though, is that users may not want it.
It's always a good time to update your resume, but a reminder certainly helps. That's why Career Directors International holds its annual International Update Your Resume Month.
Thanks, in part, to a push by the Motion Picture Association of America, a handful of film-production crews will be able to use the unmanned devices to get a perfect shot.
Not every crowdfunding project is successful, and that can lead to a lot of frustrated backers. But there's plenty that can be done to fix the situation, including having industry groups take the lead on curating and vetting projects on Kickstarter and similar services.
With three of the group's most prominent member companies on board—along with a political figure no less esteemed than Bill Clinton—the association hopes to significantly cut calories consumed from beverages by 2025.