When parents take time away from building their careers to raise families, it can be a challenge for them to get back into the workforce. But an approach that's gaining popularity in the financial world could help them reacclimate.
With the .mobile top-level domain hanging in the balance, the wireless trade group CTIA pushed back against the online retail giant's attempt to run the domain exclusively. The International Chamber of Commerce sided with CTIA, giving mobile providers a victory, albeit a partial one.
Budget shortfalls in school districts usually result in cuts to non-classroom-based positions like school counselor, creating outsized caseloads for those who remain to help large numbers of students. It’s a problem that one association is working to address.
According to a new study by the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN), in tandem with the marketing firm M+R, the power of the online donation is growing, though email is becoming less effective as a vehicle.
As plans progress for a possible national museum focused on women’s history, the American Historical Association is calling for a greater involvement of historians in the conception and creation of the museum.
With tax day upon us, both taxpayers in the LGBT community and their tax preparers now have a one-stop shop for all of their state tax questions. When the Supreme Court found the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional in United States v. Windsor last June, it was both a major milestone in the LGBT community’s […]
With sales on the decline, the American Frozen Food Institute is working to launch a new marketing campaign for the industry. Among other things, the group's members hope to show how low-cost foods can allow thrifty consumers to eat healthfully on a budget.
With early results from a new Medicare database showing that eye doctors were often the largest recipients of funds from the program, the American Academy of Ophthalmology defended its members, saying there's more to the situation than the eye can immediately see.
With the economy starting to come back to life, the Associated General Contractors of America is trying to boost training efforts to ensure that the industry has enough fresh hands on deck for future construction projects.
As Comté cheese finds its footing in the U.S., the group representing makers and sellers of the French product on this side of the Atlantic is implementing a strategy to better market it to American consumers.