The pharmaceutical trade group PhRMA has in recent weeks combated the outcry against high-priced drugs by using new consumer-facing advertising campaigns to emphasize the value of those drugs.
Time Inc. puts a unique spin on solving the common problem of unifying an organization by handing out "culture cards."
A new study found lawyers face the challenges of alcohol abuse and mental health concerns more so than other professions, and that the problems are more prevalent among those in the first 10 years of practice.
A roundup of five great reads for association membership pros that will get you thinking differently about how to get members engaged, how members view your association, and what benefits they'll want next.
Bouncing off the Obama administration's plan to boost cybersecurity awareness both inside and outside of the government, the National Cyber Security Alliance is expanding its educational efforts to emphasize ways to boost personal security, especially through multi-factor authentication.
A longstanding British business association is experimenting with a new pilot program for members who act quickly.
Egg Farmers of Canada is taking steps toward converting the industry to cage-free and other types of alternative housing for egg-laying hens, committing to full conversion by 2036. It calls the 20-year plan a "realistic forecast," but reaction has been mixed.
To help reduce redundancies in costs and advocacy efforts, the European Window Film Association became a chapter of its U.S.-based counterpart.
The photo-sharing social networking giant makes it easier to switch between accounts on the fly. Also: The importance of shared value for private communities.
Millennials may prefer to shop for a new home online, but photos on a website don’t always tell the full story. To encourage consumers to enlist the services of a Realtor, the National Association of Realtors released a new ad campaign.