The Scotch Whisky Association is outlining some of the possible effects—largely to do with trade—that an independent Scotland could have on the industry.
Leadership lessons from the $2.5 billion sale of Minecraft's parent company. Really. Also: a device that gives the tip jar a needed upgrade.
A big question on cultural change—how long is too long? Also: careful when calling yourself a "catalyst."
Players in the football league, who have seen teammates and rivals receive long suspensions for relatively minor infractions, have approved an agreement by the NFL Players Association and the league to loosen recreational drug restrictions. But the league says that some of the details still need to be resolved.
McAfee and Symantec, bitter competitors in the security arena for decades, have learned to start sharing as part of the Cyber Threat Alliance, a group that the two firms helped launch last week.
Is the secret to Apple’s success its small board size? Perhaps. But it takes more than numbers to make sure your governance runs like clockwork. Everybody’s watching Apple again. Forgive the pun, but it seems appropriate. The company’s attention-getting announcement last week of its entry into the smartwatch business has relaunched a discussion about what it is […]
Arguing that preemptive messages warning of potentially offensive material are "infantilizing and anti-intellectual," the American Association of University Professors has taken a tough stance against trigger warnings, an online phenomenon that's starting to take hold in academia.
To help spread the word about the dangers of texting while driving, the South Carolina Press Association and its newspaper members are sponsoring a statewide essay and video contest for high school students.
Working with the National Park Service, the White House Historical Association helped give private-sector support to a $12.6 million renovation effort for the visitor center. The results will be shown to the public for the first time on Saturday.
Despite the authoritative role that sheriffs take in local communities, New Mexico requires very little in the way of qualifications for such officials to take on the role. The New Mexico Sheriff’s Association hopes to change that.