How nonprofits can keep a place at the table, even as the media world constantly changes. Also: Even when things get tough, there's no need to break a sweat.
The International Windship Association hopes to make a fresh pitch to the commercial shipping industry, asserting that wind-powered ships are a viable option to push things forward.
To educate members of Atlanta’s commercial real estate community about the struggles and successes of some the industry’s women and minorities, the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors recently launched a speaker series focused on diversity.
A new Public Citizen study argues that the search giant's influence over the political sphere is worth raising the alarms over.
A top research firm makes the case that it may be time to put more energy into internal social media efforts than relying on Facebook's massive audience. Also: ASAE's graphics whiz talks about her favorite infographic treatments.
Recent headlines about the declining fortunes of cocoa producers are making chocolate lovers a bit uneasy. But we're here to reassure folks that cocoa industry groups are working to ensure chocolate production meets the demand of the world's collective sweet tooth for years to come.
With the beef industry struggling to break through to a younger audience, industry marketing groups are working extra hard to make the pitch—even in Texas, where ranching remains one of the state's most prominent industries.
A recent Pew Research Center study looked into how Americans view digital privacy and how they are, or are not, managing their reputations online.
With a new partnership on the horizon, the American Gaming Association and National Basketball Association look to chart a course toward legalized sports gambling.
The American College of Cardiology is one of many associations teaming up with the startup accelerator 1776. Beyond helping to judge an annual startups competition, the association is now an official partner in 1776.