Less than a decade old, the American Catalog Mailers Association has experienced the kinds of successes and struggles that those in the industry can sympathize with. But new data suggests ACMA’s work is paying off.
On Super Bowl Sunday, Americans will make $3.8 billion worth of illegal sports bets, according to a new estimate by the American Gaming Association. The group is taking a hard look at the size and scope of illegal gambling in the U.S.
The system, scheduled to launch in March, will provide meeting attendees with turn-by-turn navigation throughout the convention center, to meeting rooms and even specific booths in the exhibit hall.
With guidance from the U.S. Department of Labor, the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation developed a tool to help restaurant and foodservice industry professionals find success.
Nearly half of the members of the Association of American Universities will not participate in the group’s groundbreaking survey on the sexual-assault climate on college campuses. That hasn’t altered AAU’s plans to conduct what it calls the largest survey of its kind.
College sports’ governing body gathered for its annual convention last week, and for the first time in its 109-year history, student-athletes had a seat at the table. One student volunteer leader shared his experience.
A new survey by the National Association for Professional Organizers found that half of Americans are overwhelmed by clutter at home and at work. The group shared some tips to get organized in the new year.
A new report by the Government Accountability Office faults the IRS for examining charitable organizations less frequently in recent years. The agency’s limited resources are to blame.
The new system, which builds on past programs that the organizations collaborated on, aims to track the long-term success of students after graduation.
In just three years, the Construction Financial Management Association experienced almost 10 percent growth in its membership. How’d they do it? By removing membership growth as a top priority.