The National Association of Insurance Commissioners says a new form of usage-based auto insurance that employs tracking is growing in prominence. The association is offering a new assessment for figuring out if it's right for you.
The automated teller machine, a device that has changed the way we interact with money, celebrated a golden anniversary this week. The ATM Industry Association, which itself is turning 20 this year, is ready to celebrate.
In an era when a lot of technology gets outsourced or bought from outside vendors, there’s still plenty of market opportunity from having something built from scratch with internal resources. The challenge, of course, is figuring out what that might be—and resourcing for it.
A report from FlexJobs finds that while remote work remains a relatively small part of the work economy, it has seen significant growth in the past decade. Employees who telecommute tend to be older and better educated than the part of the workforce that heads to the office.
With influencer marketing creating confusion for the public and social sharers—along with regulatory headaches—the Influencer Marketing Council aims to create consistent rules of the road for the industry.
The International Entrepreneur Rule, a rule put into place by the Obama administration, was to take effect next month, but the Trump administration has delayed implementation, with an interest in rolling it back entirely. Venture capital groups say that stopping the rollout of the rule would be counterproductive, considering the president's interest in creating jobs.
It may not sound immediately apparent, but telemedicine could have a major impact in fighting climate change in the coming years, according to recent research. And with a new task force, the American Telemedicine Association hopes to make the case for its members.
The Global Cinema Federation, a new industry group representing movie theaters around the world, hopes to put some lobbying weight behind issues affecting the industry that cross borders.
A new report from the email marketing service Return Path highlights the dangers of sending marketing emails from online addresses with low reputation domains—as well as what you can do to improve your reputation.
The for-profit Silicon Valley startup KidPass, which recently closed a $5.1 million funding round, offers a fascinating way of thinking about membership. Here's why.