As part of its efforts with the Safe Kids initiative and just in time for National Heat Stroke Prevention Day, the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers is distributing car decals designed to alert both parents and the public to the risks of leaving an unattended child in a vehicle.
The hotel chain, through its Hilton HHonors membership program, will make it possible for consumers to choose rooms before they get to the hotel—and, eventually, use their phones as keys.
Industry group efforts to battle USDA efforts to require country-of-origin labeling (COOL) on meat products hit a roadblock this week, as an appeals court ruled in favor of the agricultural agency—for a second time.
The skinny on a just-passed $1 billion plan to revamp the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. Also: A Wall Street Journal reporter highlights just how many brand-focused hashtags are occupying user feeds.
With the new report on its Digital Inclusion Survey, the American Library Association highlights how libraries are remaining relevant in the digital age—and how hard it is for them to keep up with technology's quickening pace.
The Bitcoin Foundation goes bold with its site redesign. Also: How one association has managed to bring thousands of gamers to the call of duty—for lobbying purposes, that is.
Arguing that the National Labor Relations Board was threatening a longstanding business model, retail and franchise trade groups criticized a ruling that treated the fast-food giant like a "joint employer" in a series of labor disputes.
Find the term "millennials" an annoying catch-all? Brace yourself: It's nothing compared to the term being used for the next generation. Also: how one company found a stat-laden blog headline 40 percent more successful than one without the data.
At a time when a number of tainted stars are aiming for spots in Cooperstown, the Baseball Writers' Association of America chose to narrow the window for major league baseball stars to get voted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. But the group's members are facing tighter restrictions too.
The region, which does not have a direct rail link to its largest international airport, is one step closer to that goal thanks to the opening of the Silver Line. Trade groups say that once a connection is made, the benefits for the area's meetings industry could be significant.