A bill affecting the transmission of broadcast stations over cable and satellite feeds once included a provision that could have led to the end of "bundling" by allowing consumers to pick which stations they wanted. But in the end, the Senate Commerce Committee kept things "clean."
Last weekend, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office opened up about the problems it was having with its telework system—employees were lying about their hours and getting undue bonuses. What can associations do to avoid a similar fate?
One mentor/mentee pair share their perspective about the tactics to forge a rewarding mentor relationship.
A tech giant shows how to lead the way on content strategy through the clever use of paid distribution. Also: You'll never believe which association-related job is considered superstressful.
Earlier this week, the ride-sharing industry launched TaxiFacts, a campaign intended to take on what it calls the monopoly of Big Taxi. A group for the taxi industry quickly took the opportunity to counterprogram —using TaxiFact's hashtag to do it.
The charitable giving community has already spoken out against the proposed cap on the tax deduction for charitable giving, saying it would result in a decline in donations. A new study shows that the impact could be worse than originally thought.
The Entertainment Retailers Association, a British trade organization spurned by the Irish rock superstars in favor of an exclusive deal with Apple, said this week that they can’t keep holding on to what U2’s got, when all they’ve got is hurt.
To get members and consumers more engaged on topics related to the organics industry, the Organic Trade Association and some of its partners hosted 10 days of social media conversation. This September, the Organic Trade Association is celebrating Organic Month with a festival, but not the kind that you might think. On September 8, OTA […]
Two decades ago this week the videogame industry responded to a threat of federal regulation by launching a trade group and introducing its own voluntary MPAA-style ratings system for games. The solution worked. Here are the lessons you can take from the effort.
Aspiring attorneys say that they often find themselves challenged to afford basic necessities when working at an internship for law school credit—work the American Bar Association says must be unpaid. Critics cite potential ethics concerns.