Analytics experts, brace yourselves for another shift in the way you track online audiences. Plus: How an event withstood a 6.0-magnitude earthquake.
The Association of Corporate Counsel is hoping a new study on work-life balance will shed light on how important flexibility in the workplace can be, for both attorneys and the companies that employ them.
Facing both public and private demands for transparency regarding an investigative report detailing a corruption scandal, soccer's main governing body has chosen to keep the report under wraps. This has created friction within the organization's executive committee.
Federal conferences are becoming a tougher sell these days, and that's led to more concise, tightly focused meeting formats for government employees.
Microsoft's announcement of a new version of Windows isn't a big surprise, but its name—Windows 10, skipping version 9 entirely—certainly is. Also: considerations for accessible meetings.
A provider of online community software dug into the data for about 250 of its client associations. Here's what it says about how members are engaging in those communities.
With Ivy League and other liberal arts colleges struggling to integrate combat veterans into their student bodies, nonprofits are working to ensure that there's a path to elite higher education from the military.
A leading association in the growing world of e-sports gives collegiate members an exclusive benefit.
Facing a controversy that could have damaged industry efforts to introduce GMOs to the U.S. wheat supply, two trade groups focused on their messaging to reassure both members and the public.
To account for changes in how people read magazines, the Association of Magazine Media launched a new audience-measurement tool that calculates content consumption across a variety of platforms and formats. The goal: to help advertisers see the big picture.