The American Medical Association, after a period of sharp downturns in membership, is seeing a reversal of that trend. Part of the reason? A focus on attracting students and easing some of the biggest annoyances for members.
No sensitive information was compromised, the institute says, but an estimated 600,000 to 700,000 nonprofits that use its National Center for Charitable Statistics service were affected by the breach, which accessed email addresses, usernames, passwords and other data.
Industry surprised by AIA president’s unexpected jump to Rolls-Royce. Plus: Talking wages in the event space
You want your conference to be on trend, but there’s something to be said for nostalgia. Could the adage “everything old is new again” apply to your next event?
Nearly all full-time employees have access to a number of paid leave options, according to a new study by the Families and Work Institute and Society for Human Resource Management. The same cannot be said for part-time staffers.
The Society of Interventional Radiology has overhauled its programming to provide in-depth learning experiences. Plus: A conference explores the intriguing intersection of religion and medicine.
In a letter to a state-banking regulatory body, the American Bankers Association suggested that a national database of Bitcoin firms be included as part of a regulatory framework. The group has expressed concern that the currency's fluctuating value and lack of regulations could have ripple effects on traditional banking.
The boating community mourns the death and remembers the achievements of a cofounder of the Boat Owners Association of the United States. Plus: CEO Update aims to recognize the industry's best leaders.
One of the greatest American success stories in recent years has been the strong recovery of the independent bookstore—despite a huge surge in online competition. But in the United Kingdom, an industry group is working overtime to fix a staggering decline in its indie bookstores.
PR and marketing strategist Adele Cehrs shares how associations can boost marketing ROI by taking advantage of noteworthy, relevant events, or SPIKEs: “Sudden Points of Interest that Kick-Start Exposure.”