Planning to wear Google Glass or a smartwatch to the movies? Better make sure it's off once you're inside. Two movie-industry groups took a formal stance on wearable tech this week.
The Minnesota Trucking Association is helping transport the 2014 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree to Washington, DC. One MTA member is even providing an app for the public to track the tree’s cross-country trip from its home state.
A online job fair can be a great way for job hunters and employers to meet without having to leave home or the office. Here are few tips to keep in mind whether you’re attending or hosting one of these events.
How Taco Bell won the attention of many an online surfer by turning off its website and social feeds. Also: Make it easy—but not too easy—to comment in your online community.
Last week, a top congressional aide said tax reform will be top-of-mind for the next chairman of the tax-writing committee. Meanwhile, an accountants’ group is calling for quick action on tax extender legislation.
A new survey from CareerBuilder found that employees very commonly take sick days when they aren't actually sick. The study suggests that employer flexibility could help the situation.
When determining whether a charity is trustworthy, donors place great emphasis on its finances, according to a new survey by the BBB Wise Giving Alliance. The alliance hopes to help givers see the bigger picture.
The Association for Talent Development is the latest in a string of associations to implement a program dedicated to helping veterans in the workplace. The new ATD Values Vets Conference will feature best practices for companies looking to hire, retain, and help vets advance.
In an effort to draw attention to beer's culinary role, the Brewers Association announced a five-day course on how to best pair the popular beverage with food. The first four days of the course are open to the public.
In a new study released by the U.S. Travel Association's Travel Effect initiative, the group found that vacation day use has fallen to its lowest level in roughly four decades. Despite that, there's no real benefit to staying in the office all the time.