FOMO isn't limited to TV shows or video games; it's also common in the workplace. That's not a good thing. Also: How one DC-area vehicle-rental company has taken advantage of the Pokémon Go buzz.
Turn Melania Trump's learning moment into your own: There are a few simple steps associations can take to ensure their speakers and presenters avoid accidentally, or otherwise, engaging in intellectual property theft.
Days away from the Democratic National Convention, and the City of Brotherly Love is ready to welcome conventioneers, delegates, and other visitors from both near and far.
Traditional paper cups, which often have plastic mixed in, can be very difficult to recycle. But thanks to a push from a British television personality, the U.K. food industry is trying to fix the problem, and Starbucks is testing a new cup that could be just what the industry needs.
The industry forum designed to boost uptake of chip cards in the United States sees much potential for its collaborative strategy for payments as a whole—and to reflect that, the EMV Migration Forum is changing its name.
The National Head Start Association’s first-ever Early Childhood Innovation Summit kicks off in Seattle next week.
The culinary team at an Amsterdam events venue builds a unique identity by using food on the brink of being wasted. Plus: Which #eventprofs you should follow right now.
A new recognition program from the American Institute of CPAs and NAF aims to get more high schools students interested in an accounting career.
The American Copy Editors Society forged a partnership with Poynter several years ago to fill a member need, but ACES also sought to leverage Poynter’s esteemed brand in order to increase the recognition of its own.
Should MPAA ratings be considered a form of free speech? The association thinks so, and it's pushing forth that argument as it battles a lawsuit that aims to ban smoking in films that aren't rated R or NC-17.