Premium rate fraud, a form of hacking that affects corporate phone systems, costs businesses billions each year—and if you're not careful, you could find your organization on the line for a big bill.
In its most recent rebranding, the Council of Public Relations Firms decided the best way to put a fresh spin on its image was to build on what people are calling it already: the PR Council.
A U.S. industry group representing olive oil importers is hoping to boost Americans’ knowledge of olive oil. Part of the effort includes a push for more uniform quality ratings in response to new standards in California that would set the Golden State’s oil apart from imported versions.
Lessons on simplicity from Olive Garden, a restaurant chain that's struggling to keep its complexity in check. Also: Should your board have a project manager?
When you first hear Ebola, you may not think of meetings. But heightened anxiety levels may leave attendees concerned about traveling to conferences. Here’s a look at how the meetings industry is responding to mounting fears.
A conservation group lets its conference attendees play outdoors. Plus: A global health association lands one of the world's most prominent speakers for its keynote.
Having won praise earlier this year after it stopped selling tobacco products, the pharmacy firm is now drawing criticism from independent pharmacy groups over new copay plans that, according to the groups, discourage people from getting prescriptions at pharmacies besides CVS.
Separate analyses of the U.S. employment situation tell a promising story, but with a downside: Companies are hiring more people but doling out fewer raises. For association workers, there’s particularly good news.
Controversy has followed the American Studies Association in the 10 months since it announced a boycott of Israeli academic institutions over human rights issues. This week, it officially denied claims that it is planning to discriminate against Israelis at its annual conference.
A new ad-industry study suggests that we'd rather have sponsored free apps than pay to get those apps instead. Also: the best s'mores-related idea you'll see all day.