The state has legalized marijuana possession and will allow for retail sales in January, but a ski industry trade group in the state is reminding tourists that the legalization has limits.
A toy company's legal battle with a legendary rap group ends, and its mea culpa offers a good lesson in humility. Also: Why innovation and pain go hand in hand.
New algorithms can help identify great potential hires. But executives will need to better understand their organizations' needs to make use of it.
With a new report in The Hollywood Reporter putting its "No Animals Were Harmed" campaign under the microscope, the American Humane Association put its efforts into a comprehensive response.
Facing negative media depictions and a lack of knowledge about their profession, the American Association of Professional Landmen launched campaign to help the public—especially landowners—get to know them. Early returns have been promising.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation, which has called Newtown, Connecticut home for two decades, says it considered moving away after the shooting, but staff members ultimately pushed leadership to stay in town. Here's why.
Why Kobe Bryant's giant contract with the Los Angeles Lakers is worth every penny (and why it's relevant to your own organization). Also: Deal with the rights issues for your advertising before things get ugly.
Top execs should listen to their employees when looking to improve workplace functions. Plus: How to approach the culture conversation.
As the national advocate for turkey farmers and processors, the National Turkey Federation gobbles up attention during the holidays, but its work extends well beyond this time of year.
AIIM CEO John Mancini on why CEOs need more expertise in how technology can simplify (or complicate) the member experience.