Cultural and corporate elites have joined together to influence global change with a Plan to Take on the World.
Women in the business world are catching up to men in terms of entrepreneurial activity, according to a new report.
As part of the Dressember Foundation’s annual event, men and women around the globe will wear a dress or bow tie every day in December to raise both awareness and funds for ending human trafficking.
Ahead of a federally mandated deadline, the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association is helping to drive a campaign to ensure that tolling transponder devices, such as E-ZPass, work around the country. Currently, the group says, the system is disjointed, at best.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science has set a lofty goal: 500,000 members. Such radical growth requires full-scale re-envisioning of how the organization conducts its membership operations. Here's how AAAS plans to get there.
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Exhausted by the complications and expense of docking your boat? A boat owners association has an innovative solution for its members.
The Federal Aviation Administration this week released a set of preliminary recommendations on small drones, which will use a fairly simplified registration process compared to larger commercial drones. The result represents a compromise among a variety of different industry stakeholders, some of whom didn't get everything they wanted out of the final proposal.
The food-focused holiday season can be tough for the millions of Americans battling an eating disorder. That’s why groups like the National Eating Disorder Association are offering a variety of treatment programs to help people in their recovery.
In a new report, the Governors Highway Safety Association highlights that many passengers in rear seats fail to wear seat belts, despite the role they play in preventing fatalities during car wrecks.