This election cycle seems to be sparking more office conflicts than previous campaigns, but talking politics at work is a risky proposition for employees and employers alike.
The American Society of Interior Designers unveiled its new DC headquarters earlier this week, which is on its way to becoming the region’s first platinum-level WELL-certified building space. ASID’s CEO sees the sleek, thoughtful space as not only a place to do work but also to do research into the impact of design on productivity.
More than two-thirds of France's ice cream industry—including a few big names you might be familiar with in the American market—will join forces as part of the Association des Entreprises des Glaces.
American Wind Action, a new 501(c)(4) advocacy group, is aiming to have an impact on the political landscape—and plans to focus its advocacy energy on state and federal congressional races to make its case heard.
New air tankers and helicopters, along with new legislation, are among the tools that could help fight—and fund the fight—against wildfires in the future, according to an official at the American Helicopter Services and Aerial Firefighting Association.
Despite the recent terror attack in Orlando, the head of the International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association notes that LGBT consumers are unlikely to avoid travel—it just isn't their style.
In a briefing paper for the Council on Contemporary Families, researchers found a big “happiness gap” between working parents in the U.S. and their childless counterparts—a gap that is smaller, nonexistent, or even reversed in other countries that offer more family-friendly social policies.
The association for public accountants and the association for management accountants joined forces to create an international organization to serve all accounting professionals.
CLEAR, a company that uses biometrics to offer a shortcut at the airport security line, has earned a major boost in recent months. But the strategy, which comes with a yearly membership fee, has proved controversial for some.
The decision by the United Kingdom to leave the European Union, which came about in a close vote, has many groups pondering their industries' future without the EU's backing. Here are just a few of the many that spoke up after the vote.