Colorado's legal marijuana industry may still be in its infancy and facing tough marketing restrictions, but that hasn't stopped retailers from employing ambitious tactics to get people in the door, especially during the holidays.
An informal survey by the American Farm Bureau Federation found that the average cost of a Thanksgiving Day feast for 10 is going up a bit this year. The good news: It’s still below $50, despite hovering close to that mark since 2011.
Apple's latest (Product)RED campaign pulls in a number of popular apps. Also: Not all turkeys are created equal.
With the holidays—and lower temperatures—on the way, officials in the propane and natural gas industries are working to reassure the public that they've been improving the supply chain issues that left some out in the cold last winter.
A brand-first approach doesn't work so well on social media. Fortunately, plenty of humans work for you behind the scenes. Also: How performing arts organizations are expanding their reach through content marketing.
With cities and states around the country considering how to regulate e-cigarettes, the American Vaping Association is making its case for the devices as a healthier alternative to tobacco products. But with momentum building for regulation, it's an uphill fight.
In a decision involving the Texas Automobile Dealers Association, the Texas First Court of Appeals ruled that the association's general counsel was not subject to attorney-client privilege in a legal dispute involving a member company.
The federal government's renewed focus on environmental issues presents associations with a huge opportunity—if they can seize the day. Plus: How to understand social media analytics.
Although trade groups appear to be largely supportive of a solution to the immigration issue, some groups are concerned that President Obama's executive action may have poisoned the Congressional well.
How nonprofits can keep a place at the table, even as the media world constantly changes. Also: Even when things get tough, there's no need to break a sweat.