With Upvoted.com, the influential, and often controversial, site hopes to extend its community beyond members and improve monetization. Sound familiar? Plus: Introducing the event technology of the year.
Forecasts from a New York University professor predict record increases in both room rates and hotel real estate.
A new initiative gives pharmacy association members more say on policy by establishing councils for their areas of expertise.
After a follow-up report on the potential safety concerns of artificial turf aired on national TV last week, several groups came out stating there’s no conclusive evidence that the synthetic surface is dangerous.
David Chavern comes to NAA with roots in manufacturing and tech, which may be a boon for another disrupted industry.
The United Nations organization applauds the teachers of the world. Plus: Can content survive without ads?
In the wake of widespread destruction of antiquities, the Association of Art Museum Directors has released protocols to help members protect relics.
Right as National Cybersecurity Awareness Month began, the American Bankers Association (ABA) announced it had been hit by a malicious intrusion that targeted member online purchases and event transactions.
New requirements established by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) are causing confusion among unprepared nonprofits.
As the deadline to install positive train control systems on U.S. railroads approaches, several groups representing the water industry are warning of the costs to clean water should Congress not act to allow more time to install the technology. Congressional regulations on rail safety are having an unintended effect on the water industry. Under the […]