The ability to harness, process, and make strategic decisions with data is becoming an invaluable skill set for finance professionals and beyond. The Association for Financial Professionals’ Digital Finance Academy helps participants develop these competencies.
Common Sense Media, a nonprofit that aims to help parents decide what media to allow their kids to watch, is expanding its approach to highlight positive portrayals of gender.
In response to recent fraud incidents in the organic food industry, the Organic Trade Association is upping its advocacy efforts to stop violations.
With a whole lot of extra time on their hands—and those hands behind the wheel for the first time—teens face a higher risk of car crashes during the summer months, according to AAA. One group is hoping to fight this trend with a new campaign.
A new stock photo service aims to showcase more racial and ethnic diversity. Also: Avoid these common media interview mistakes.
The U.S. is beginning to lose its infrastructure advantage, which could have wide-ranging consequences, according to the Association of Equipment Manufacturers. The group is offering a five-step plan to help reverse this decline.
The global cleaning industry association ISSA announces that it has merged with Cleaning for a Reason, a charity that offers cleaning services to women fighting cancer. The nonprofit hopes to expand its mission with the support of ISSA's foundation.
It took the MMA Journalists Association a couple of tries to get off the ground, but a high-profile news story involving a big-name reporter gave the group both a reason for being and the momentum to get over the hump.
In a crowded educational market, associations need to go the extra mile to stand out. Also: Here's how to make the most of a leave of absence.
Recognizing that the accounting profession is due for disruption, the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants and CPA.com launched an initiative to jump-start the transformation.