When it comes to creating viral content, one name stands out: BuzzFeed. Rather than try to mimic the social media site, the Meetings Mean Business campaign decided to go a different route. It joined BuzzFeed Community.
Small businesses in the District are concerned with the technological flaws and potential cost of the city’s small-business health options program. The DC City Council met last week to discuss the program.
No sensitive information was compromised, the institute says, but an estimated 600,000 to 700,000 nonprofits that use its National Center for Charitable Statistics service were affected by the breach, which accessed email addresses, usernames, passwords and other data.
Nearly all full-time employees have access to a number of paid leave options, according to a new study by the Families and Work Institute and Society for Human Resource Management. The same cannot be said for part-time staffers.
One of the greatest American success stories in recent years has been the strong recovery of the independent bookstore—despite a huge surge in online competition. But in the United Kingdom, an industry group is working overtime to fix a staggering decline in its indie bookstores.
PR and marketing strategist Adele Cehrs shares how associations can boost marketing ROI by taking advantage of noteworthy, relevant events, or SPIKEs: “Sudden Points of Interest that Kick-Start Exposure.”
A leading international music trade group is on the verge of announcing a uniform release date for new albums—one inspired, by the way, by Beyoncé—but releasing albums on Friday isn't everyone's idea of rocking out.
New York's plan to increase the minimum wage for tipped workers to $7.50—one of the highest levels in the country—has the New York State Restaurant Association suggesting that its members could consider doing away with tips altogether.
The Oscars stage gives winners an opportunity to talk about causes that are near and dear to them. This year, thanks to its part in a big Oscar win, the Alzheimer’s Association felt some of that love.
The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, for the first time, considered the impact of the American diet on the environment. Several meat and farming groups say the group overstepped its bounds.