How one of the tech world’s biggest companies became a lobbying force in Washington. Also: A peek into a difficult year for nonprofits. Google’s on our browsers, in our phones—and now, increasingly, in our nation’s capital. So what’s Silicon Valley titan up to on Capitol Hill, and how does its recent lobbying actions apply to […]
With the drugs used for lethal injections facing increased scrutiny because of sourcing challenges, an online petition focused on changing the American Pharmacists Association's code of ethics is gaining steam. Activists see it as a way to end the death penalty for good.
With the .mobile top-level domain hanging in the balance, the wireless trade group CTIA pushed back against the online retail giant's attempt to run the domain exclusively. The International Chamber of Commerce sided with CTIA, giving mobile providers a victory, albeit a partial one.
Budget shortfalls in school districts usually result in cuts to non-classroom-based positions like school counselor, creating outsized caseloads for those who remain to help large numbers of students. It’s a problem that one association is working to address.
Hoping to provide a unique experience of its annual foodservice show, the Washington Restaurant Association recently outfitted its onsite staff with Google Glass to provide a live video feed of the event, complete with “on camera” interviews with exhibitors.
If a retired icon wants to swim another lap, let 'em. But let 'em hit the pool at their own pace. Also: How the Detroit Pistons let go of a legend the right way.
Heart beating fast enough yet? Last week's disclosure of the Heartbleed bug caught a lot of people's attention, especially in the IT department. There's a lot we can take from this incident, even after your pulse drops back to normal.
The privacy issues that come with event apps—and the questions we should ask about them.
According to a new study by the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN), in tandem with the marketing firm M+R, the power of the online donation is growing, though email is becoming less effective as a vehicle.
As plans progress for a possible national museum focused on women’s history, the American Historical Association is calling for a greater involvement of historians in the conception and creation of the museum.