A big-city police department's kerfuffle reminds us that, depending on the topic and the audience, social media campaigns can sometimes do more harm than good. Plus: Keep your association on the right track with a comprehensive business plan.
The likelihood of passage for comprehensive tax reform has long been unclear, but uncertainty seems to now also surround the process for approval of tax extenders.
After years of fighting a "newspapers are dead" narrative, the Newspaper Association of America changed its approach to reporting its numbers. The group's new annual report, the first since dropping its quarterly releases, came out recently. Here's how things went.
In an interview with the Washington Post, the head of the IRS said the agency is still reviewing comments on proposed rules that would redefine “candidate-related political activity” by 501(c)(4) groups and predicted that the rulemaking process would continue through the end of the year.
The American Transaction Processors Coalition, a new trade group that officially launched this month, hopes to show the its financial clout—largely centered on a part of Atlanta called Transaction Alley—to the rest of the world.
A new study by San Francisco State University psychologists shows the positive impact that creative hobbies can have on workers’ productivity and on-the-job performance. Which raises the question: Is it finally time to sign up for piano lessons?
With federal regulators targeting payment processors in an effort to take on potentially fraudulent business practices such as payday lending, the Electronic Transactions Association is working to be part of the solution by releasing a set of best practices for its members to follow.
In three 24-hour hackathons, 30 nonprofits teamed up with teams of professional web developers who volunteered their time and expertise to revamp the organizations’ websites free of charge.
According to a new study in the Journal of Applied Psychology, sleepy employees have weak ethical judgment, but a cup of coffee perks them up—and encourages better decision making.
Food manufacturers have had much success ensuring food doesn't get wasted, but grocery and restaurant groups say new FDA reporting requirements could endanger the success of an industry initiative that turns food scraps into animal feed.