Good news: The TSA's program to ease security issues for frequent travelers gets a wider rollout starting this month, with application sites at major U.S. airports in the works.
The noncommercial alternative to Black Friday involved a much larger number of charitable nonprofits this year, and the results suggest that the social-media-driven event might be the future of donation drives.
Their chapels are often hidden away in small terminal nooks, and many travelers don’t know airport chaplains are there—but the International Association of Civil Aviation Chaplains is working to change that. The stresses of flying could have anyone looking to a higher power. Fortunately for those travelers, there’s the airport chaplain, a member of the […]
With media outlets increasingly blurring the line between advertising and editorial content, the Federal Trade Commission is hosting a workshop to discuss the issues around the rise of native advertising.
While Amazon says it can have futuristic drones delivering your stuff as soon as 2015, leading unmanned aerial vehicle industry groups say some major obstacles lie ahead—both regulatory and, well, physical.
You won't find a more forward-thinking idea than a digital replacement for the monetary system, but Bitcoin has gained surprising traction with the right people. The strategy used by the crypto-currency's advocates could be an effective template for pitching your own industry innovations.
Shoppers took to the net on Cyber Monday to find bargains. But with more consumers using mobile devices to buy gifts during the holiday season, the retail industry sees the potential for ongoing growth in the space.
The state has legalized marijuana possession and will allow for retail sales in January, but a ski industry trade group in the state is reminding tourists that the legalization has limits.
A toy company's legal battle with a legendary rap group ends, and its mea culpa offers a good lesson in humility. Also: Why innovation and pain go hand in hand.
Industry associations are gearing up for a fight over reforms proposed in Congress that would effectively cut the advertising tax deduction in half. They say adopting the tax code change would have a devastating effect on the economy.