With Apple’s entry into the smartwatch space last week, is the life of the basic mechanical watch running on borrowed time? One industry expert weighs in.
Last week, the trade association that represents the ATM industry recognized Bitcoin as an increasingly important global currency, encouraging cooperation among traditional and Bitcoin ATM operators to ensure security and consumer trust in transactions involving the digital currency.
In the five years since it became a federally recognized National Day of Service and Remembrance, 9/11 Day has experienced tremendous growth. MyGoodDeed, the nonprofit group behind the event, is out to set a record this year with a new social media campaign.
Locally based content experts and the right partnerships are the keys to success in global certification expansion, according to the HR Certification Institute. HRCI, whose global network includes 100 countries, recently announced plans to expand into Mexico.
Many names have been used to describe the jihadist terror organization that has dominated the news in recent weeks. Media organizations, for the most part, have settled on the acronym ISIS. Another ISIS—the Institute for Science and International Security—has a problem with that.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell surprised a lot of people last week when he openly admitted to making a big mistake in the way his office responded to a domestic violence incident involving a player. Goodell’s actions could be a model for owning up to a failure.
A series of early-morning fires at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park hotel threatened to burn the American Political Science Association as it held its annual meeting last weekend. Solid preparation and a communications plan helped keep the event going.
The Audio Publishers Association kicked off its largest consumer awareness campaign over Labor Day weekend, aiming to build some buzz around a booming audiobook industry.
It’s not just you: Recent news stories dominating TV and social media have been depressing and graphic—and especially scary for children, says the American Psychological Association, which reintroduced resources to help kids get through the rough stretch.
Labor Day weekend is likely the last chance families have to hit the road together before fall schedules start filling up. The road trip has long been an American staple, and a new survey looks at how it has changed over the years.