According to two transportation-industry groups, Labor Day travel is going to be pretty busy. Airlines for America says that its members are boosting seat levels to accommodate travelers, while AAA says that cheap gas will help put vehicles on the road.
Amid recent reports that the Affordable Care Act's premiums are proving unsustainable for insurers, associations representing both hospitals and the insurance industry are offering the federal government some feedback on the issue.
Why you should focus on your front-end design instead of your back-end design. Also: It's time to update your Facebook page with a new design.
Ahead of the 2016 U.S. Open, in Flushing, New York, the United States Tennis Association launched an epic experiment in selfiedom at Times Square. New York City’s Times Square is constantly lit up with larger-than-life ads featuring the beautiful, rich, and famous. But on Thursday, the United States Tennis Association gave a bunch of regular […]
The Toronto Taxi Alliance is taking a two-pronged approach to improving the reputation of taxi drivers in the city by launching a tip line and increasing training for new drivers.
What the purchase of Monster.com—for a price far lower than its peak valuation—says about the value of job boards. Also: Focus on your first-timers before the event. In case you hadn’t heard, Monster.com was recently sold for $429 million—not circus peanuts by any means, but far from its peak value. During the height of the […]
The cleaning-supply group ISSA has merged with the Australia's National Cleaning Suppliers Association, with the goal of giving the smaller group the support it needs to back its members.
The online retailer is working with an array of nonprofits to donate Kindle e-readers and digital books to people in need. The approach is a formalized expansion of the company's prior charitable endeavors.
A new survey from the Engaging News Project finds that most newsrooms track a number of data points but fail to use the data to boost reader engagement. The report has many parallels for associations—including advice that could come in handy.
An attempt by the Department of Homeland Security to encourage people entering the country to leave their social media usernames has critics concerned about the potential ripple effects.