While Google says it won’t comment on a Wall Street Journal report about adding an ad blocker to Chrome, the report is drawing attention to an initiative by the Coalition for Better Ads—a group that includes the search giant.
With safety and uncertainty big factors, travel departments haven’t cozied up to home-sharing services like Airbnb, but individual employees have fewer issues with the services.
The Crowdfunding Professional Association is working to take advantage of new federal rules allowing for equity funding with a new expert community targeted at those looking to launch a campaign.
Late R&B icon Prince did something most of his musical contemporaries could only dream of: He starred in a critically acclaimed hit film that won an Oscar and even spent some time behind the camera as a director. The African-American Film Critics Association will celebrate his cinematic legacy at events through the end of the month.
With the treatment of United Airlines passenger David Dao putting negative attention on airline practices, industry groups are making the case that the practice of overbooking—which is getting additional scrutiny as a result of the incident—has an important place.
Recent research from a leadership development firm argues that social media activity, despite being rare among CEOs, makes leaders more effective at their jobs by mostly encouraging positive leadership behaviors.
How to use your meetings to create valuable content. Also: Refine your call-for-presentations process. Don’t let another annual meeting go by without taking advantage of the gold mine of content that your event generates. Association Adviser shares a few ways to create unique content that you can use all year. Start with your speakers. Take […]
With the help of a coalition of nonprofit partners and a hilarious marketing campaign, the Natural Resources Defense Council convinced KFC to curb its use of antibiotics in chickens—a major win for nutrition groups.
A new survey from the National Small Business Association suggests that many small-business owners don’t expect comprehensive tax reform to happen anytime in the near future—if at all. The report suggests the problem falls at Congress’ feet.
The association this week announced that it would limit the upside of its awards for craft beer companies that market brands that could be seen as racy or offensive. One step it won’t take, however, is barring those companies from joining the association.