In the latest edition of its iAWFUL list, the advocacy group NetChoice says that a move to attach internet sales tax legislation to a bill blocking taxes on internet service is the most awful bill of all.
Flying isn't always fun, but a little tact—and the avoidance of a tool called the Knee Defender—could ensure that things don't get heated in the air. Also: Google kills a key feature that search engine gurus loved.
Think your association can’t apply anything from a state fair to its upcoming meetings? Think again. Traditional fair staples like fried anything on a stick, livestock competitions, and, yes, even butter-carved princesses can help meeting planners up the ante at their next event.
Indie booksellers take center state at the Library of Congress National Book Festival. Plus: Environmental journalists head to a city that's had more than its share of environmental setbacks.
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.
United Dairymen of Idaho, already a target of media scrutiny due to a controversial law targeting animal-rights activists, finds itself addressing a confidential letter, leaked to the Associated Press, that urges members to deny media requests.
For nearly two decades, a major trade group for Colorado's ski industry has offered fifth-graders a chance to ski or snowboard at 20 of the state's ski areas for free. It's proven to be a major success.
Why the concept of "productive procrastination" could help you sort through a problem by removing the tough thing from direct view. Also: Twitter opens its analytics up to the public.
After a tragedy that served as a wakeup call, the State Bar of Arizona worked to educate legal professionals on workplace safety and was recently awarded for its efforts. Violence in the workplace is not something anyone likes to think about. Until one day it strikes close to home, and it becomes less of a […]
Does your association's board foster idea generation, or does it encourage groupthink? Plus: Another way to think about LinkedIn.