In a move meant to improve transparency by the food industry, the Grocery Manufacturers Association announced a plan to share more information with federal regulators about the sometimes-confusing chemicals that go into processed food.
It’s not just you: Recent news stories dominating TV and social media have been depressing and graphic—and especially scary for children, says the American Psychological Association, which reintroduced resources to help kids get through the rough stretch.
In the latest edition of its iAWFUL list, the advocacy group NetChoice says that a move to attach internet sales tax legislation to a bill blocking taxes on internet service is the most awful bill of all.
United Dairymen of Idaho, already a target of media scrutiny due to a controversial law targeting animal-rights activists, finds itself addressing a confidential letter, leaked to the Associated Press, that urges members to deny media requests.
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With outerwear brand The North Face leading the way, Textile Exchange is helping to encourage the use of feathers from geese treated ethically.
After a possible Ebola case surfaced in Sacramento, the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United called for transparency and strict adherence to CDC protocols among hospitals and health agencies.
In response to national survey findings indicating military families are visiting food banks more frequently than their civilian counterparts, the National Military Family Association is raising awareness of this population’s financial vulnerabilities.
When it comes to influencing conversations and informing members, curation is a valuable talent. But where do you start? Plus: How smaller groups lead to greater engagement when it comes to email.
The top spot is the goal of any ambitious leader---or is it? One prominent CEO who stepped down wants to change the narrative.