Keep the waste at your events to a minimum by taking simple, sustainable steps. Also: Don't waste your time—or that of vendors—by asking for proposals before you're ready.
With oil spills caused by derailed trains more common in recent years, the U.S. Department of Transportation proposed new regulations. Nobody's happy, though: The oil and railroad industries say they go too far, but environmentalists say they don't go far enough.
If innovation is drying up in your organization, maybe it's time to shake up your hiring choices. Also: a new suite of 3-D printing options.
In the wake of three deadly crashes just days apart, the International Air Travel Association points to improved long-term safety trends in aviation.
In comments last week, FTC Commissioner Julie Brill took the app industry to task for its poor handling of in-app purchases and raised concerns about the collection of health data. The Association for Competitive Technology warned that regulating such data too severely could stifle budding innovations.
A new study suggests that most executives let emotions trump data when it comes decision making. This may not be a bad thing---if you've thought about when it's appropriate.
Despite having already been ratified by 146 nations, a United Nations treaty codifying the rights of those with disabilities—and counting the support of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and a respected Republican elder statesman, the United Nations treaty codifying the rights of people with disabilities could face trouble getting Senate approval due to opposition from conservative groups.
The National Notary Association is making it easier for notaries across the United States to find new and historical laws and regulations affecting their industry through an online law database.
In an effort to get ahead of online gambling legislation that could shake up fantasy sports, the Fantasy Sports Trade Association has boosted its lobbying game—though it's staying neutral on the bill for now.
In an effort to remind people of the key role Charles Taylor played in building the first airplane, the Aircraft Maintenance Technicians Association raised more than $6,000 in funds to put a bronze bust of Taylor in the U.S. Air Force Museum.