A new organization dedicated to New York City's technology scene—founded by the CEO of AOL and one of the city's most prominent venture capitalists—hopes to expand the startup world's influence locally.
After a top Defense Department official appeared to endorse Windows 10 last month, a major computing trade group spoke out, raising concerns that specific endorsements could create problems for competition in the open market.
Reflecting this week's World Press Freedom Day, media groups around the globe are asking the United Nations to take steps to further protect and speak up for correspondents. And one group is determined to keep the work and memory of slain journalist James Foley alive.
With the Every Student Succeeds Act underlining in federal law the value of music education for the first time, the National Association for Music Education is on an upswing—and to take advantage of the renewed interest in the subject, the group is boosting its educational resources for new members.
Two decisions last week by the FCC could have wide-ranging effects on business broadband services for both corporations and wireless companies. The changes are moving forward thanks in part to a compromise between Verizon and a trade group for smaller telecom firms.
The app-based driving service Uber considers its drivers independent contractors rather than employees, which generally prevents those drivers from unionizing. A new group for drivers in the New York City area hopes to get around this problem by forming a new "self-help organization."
Learn how analyzing your data can tell you more about the members most important to your business goals. Also: An ad-blocking platform offers a fresh alternative to advertising.
At events, we use social media to engage with our attendees and to keep the hashtag flowing. Should event social media be a deeper part of the process? A new startup makes the case for social strategizing months before the event.
The Houston Bar Association, responding to the recent flooding that has hit the city, has expanded its legal-services hotline to assist those who suffered property damage. The hotline, staffed by volunteers, is a long-standing community benefit.
The athletic organization announced new standards and safeguards for attendees and participants at collegiate sporting events in states that have passed legislation believed to be discriminatory against gay or transgender people. Reaction to the restrictions has been mixed.