In a move to prevent a repeat of the scandal that befell the IRS last May, the agency issued new guidelines on candidate-related political activity for groups seeking tax-exempt status as a social-welfare organization.
With media outlets increasingly blurring the line between advertising and editorial content, the Federal Trade Commission is hosting a workshop to discuss the issues around the rise of native advertising.
A shared mission and common values brought Wreaths Across America and the trucking industry together to support one cause this holiday season: remembering fallen veterans.
As the specialty pharmacy industry continues to grow, a national industry group wants to create a better career path for undergraduate pharmacy students interested in entering the field by developing an accredited student residency program.
Does your organization participate in Giving Tuesday? Also: Tracking discrimination on the web.
How to keep professional while celebrating the holiday festivities. Plus: Provide attendees with a safe space to encourage learning.
Shoppers took to the net on Cyber Monday to find bargains. But with more consumers using mobile devices to buy gifts during the holiday season, the retail industry sees the potential for ongoing growth in the space.
As it navigates ongoing disruptive change in its industry, a major trade group, Printing Industries of America, had to make some tough decisions, which its president and CEO addressed in a public letter last week.
Industry associations are gearing up for a fight over reforms proposed in Congress that would effectively cut the advertising tax deduction in half. They say adopting the tax code change would have a devastating effect on the economy.
As the end of the year approaches, do you have a bunch of vacation days stockpiled? If so, you’re not alone. Two new studies found that the average American worker lets anywhere from three to four vacation days go unused.