In the U.K. the sport of horse racing could look a lot different in the coming years, as the British Horseracing Authority—with the help of other industry bodies—tightens the standards for jockeys, with an eye on improving professional development.
With security becoming an increasingly important element of the Internet of Things, the Consumer Technology Association is ready to assist with its new Connected Home Security Checklist Tool, which aims to encourage security during the installation process.
A new analysis by researchers at the University of Surrey and Lund University describes two primary types of business travelers—those who embrace business travel and those who struggle with it. The report emphasizes that organizations must take steps to cut down on such travel, where possible.
Following in the footsteps of a nearby Michigan group, the Wisconsin Venture Capital Association is coming back to life, and next week will hold its first meeting since 2008.
The Iowa Cattlemen’s Association will hold a charity auction to assist victims of wildfires that devastated a number of nearby states—hoping to supply ranchers with needed supplies as they work to rebuild.
The Obama Center, planned for Chicago’s South Side, could have a positive impact on the surrounding community—and a coalition aims to create a nonprofit to ensure the South Side gets an economic boost from the presidential library.
Teaming with the World Wildlife Fund and The Rockefeller Foundation, the American Hotel & Lodging Association will offer support to its members as part of a pilot program that looks to stop food waste before it starts.
According to The Harris Poll’s Reputation Quotient Ratings, half of all people surveyed hold a negative opinion of CEOs and other top staff members—with differences showing up among age groups and political leanings.
Two recent outages of the 911 system—one national, one local—highlight the risks that come with failing to modernize emergency call systems, according to the National Emergency Number Association.
Over time, you might find that your users “check out” of your marketing emails—at times, even letting entire accounts go dormant. That’s a problem, obviously, and email deliverability concerns are definitely one aspect of it, but the real issue could be more foundational.