Although the predicted blizzard of historic proportions failed to materialize in many places, associations worked to ensure millions of people along the East Coast were prepared for the worst.
Organizations with a stake in travel are working to explain new rules loosening more than five decades of restrictions on travel between the United States and Cuba. One group is also working to help develop long-term plans for travel between the two nations.
Unable to raise enough money to support its legal case fighting to end international subsidies affecting the visual effects industry, an association recently decided to close down.
MIT researchers have identified three characteristics of top-performing teams. Find out what they have in common and how you can build those attributes into your next team project.
A federal appeals court ruled last week that the American Quarter Horse Association can refuse to include cloned horses on its breed registry. A lower court had previously ruled that the ban violated antitrust laws.
A group representing independent booksellers is helping its members obtain copies of the latest issue of French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo to sell in America. The group is also sponsoring a social media campaign showing support for the paper and its staff after the recent attack on its headquarters.
New research from the Society for Human Resource Management indicates that only about a third of organizations are preparing for a workforce that skews older. Find out why recruiting, retaining, and capitalizing on the know-how of older workers makes good business sense.
With the growing interest and ownership of unmanned aircraft, or drones, the Federal Aviation Administration recently announced new resources to help businesses and recreational users fly safe.
Who better to explain the benefits of membership than members? The National Association of Home Builders recently announced a new campaign in which it’s asking members to share via video what NAHB membership means to them.
AARP Nevada sent a group of members to the world’s largest consumer electronics tradeshow last week to check out whether some of the latest tech gadgets meet the needs of those over 50.