A new report from the email deliverability firm Return Path shows that senders are getting better at protecting their reputations—but there’s still plenty to do to keep those reputations strong.
The goal of the Emma Coalition, co-founded by the National Restaurant Association, is to kick-start the discussion about how automation will affect the workforce—and how employers can adapt.
From new reports and campaigns to always-handy resources, these associations have plenty to work with for families, teachers, and administrators ahead of the first day.
Even before a major cyberattack on local governments in Texas, associations and trade groups were calling on states and municipalities to change their security practices.
With a variety of fields represented, the new Alliance for Responsible Professional Licensing aims to speak up in state legislative battles over credentialing, which have picked up in recent years.
In a statement supported by almost 200 CEOs, the Business Roundtable is broadening its definition of corporate purpose to encompass serving the interests of customers, employees, and others—not just shareholders.
A recent MacBook Pro battery recall could create headaches at the airport for many travelers—but even if your association isn’t a Mac shop, you should be ready for any recall issues that surface.
The Independent Community Bankers of America found so much success with the first round of its Arkansas-based ThinkTECH Accelerator that it’s doing it all over again next year.
Nonprofit executives say improving their tracking of fundraising impact is a top priority, according to recent research from Oracle NetSuite. But outcomes are harder to show than dollars raised.
High-level female employees tend to see their compensation go up with a woman as CEO, a new study finds—but women at the lower end of the pay scale are less likely to get a boost.