With the backing of a board that boasts Hollywood insiders, the new industry group hopes to make second-screen synergy the norm, rather than a novelty.
Senate Finance leaders are already in talks to address the timely issue of corporate inversions, but face tougher hurdles to renew dozens of expired tax breaks known as tax extenders.
Labor Day weekend is likely the last chance families have to hit the road together before fall schedules start filling up. The road trip has long been an American staple, and a new survey looks at how it has changed over the years.
For nearly two decades, a major trade group for Colorado's ski industry has offered fifth-graders a chance to ski or snowboard at 20 of the state's ski areas for free. It's proven to be a major success.
Why the concept of "productive procrastination" could help you sort through a problem by removing the tough thing from direct view. Also: Twitter opens its analytics up to the public.
After a tragedy that served as a wakeup call, the State Bar of Arizona worked to educate legal professionals on workplace safety and was recently awarded for its efforts. Violence in the workplace is not something anyone likes to think about. Until one day it strikes close to home, and it becomes less of a […]
As the cable giant attempts to push through a merger with Time Warner Cable, a consumer-advocacy group has decided the best way to handle the situation is to hold an offbeat contest based on the company's viral customer support calls.
In an effort to fight piracy and regain some lost buzz, music-industry groups are hoping to release new albums on the same day worldwide. However, an idea to push releases to Friday is being met with resistance from brick-and-mortar independent retailers, which want the rest of the world to adapt to the traditional American date: Tuesday.
After a magnitude-6.0 earthquake rocked northern California last weekend, one association is helping local wineries assess the damage and get back on their feet.
For better or worse, conference calls have long been a staple of the American work routine, but the advent of mobile technology has added some new wrinkles. A new study looked into what’s really happening on the other end of that phone connection.