Women in the business world are catching up to men in terms of entrepreneurial activity, according to a new report.
As part of the Dressember Foundation’s annual event, men and women around the globe will wear a dress or bow tie every day in December to raise both awareness and funds for ending human trafficking.
Ahead of a federally mandated deadline, the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association is helping to drive a campaign to ensure that tolling transponder devices, such as E-ZPass, work around the country. Currently, the group says, the system is disjointed, at best.
The food-focused holiday season can be tough for the millions of Americans battling an eating disorder. That’s why groups like the National Eating Disorder Association are offering a variety of treatment programs to help people in their recovery.
The customary start to the holiday shopping season—Black Friday—may not be the official kickoff anymore, according to industry stats. But it’s still expected to be a big shopping day this year.
A new study finds which workforces are making the most of their vacation days, and which are leaving their benefits unused.
Mental health groups and the American Humane Association shared tips for dealing with the possible psychological side effects of terrorism.
HIV-awareness organizations are using actor Charlie Sheen's announcement that he is HIV-positive as an opportunity to both engage with the public about the illness and to encourage them to get tested.
The world's largest social network announces it's expanding into fundraising with the launch of an app to help users raise donations. Plus: The tastes of 2016.
In recent comments ahead of the annual release of unsafe-toy lists, the Toy Industry Association took aim at consumer watchdogs it claims use faulty tests. One group, which has since released its list to the public, disputes the claims and says TIA should focus on toy safety instead of critics.