With candidates taking over the state in the months ahead of the Iowa Caucus, the Iowa Association of Business and Industry has offered resources to help the employees of members understand the process.
Cannabidiol, a chemical derived from the cannabis plant, is proliferating as an ingredient in consumer products but is largely unregulated. Amid consumer confusion about the substance, the Consumer Brands Association has formed an expert board to help guide its advocacy work on CBD safety and regulation.
The Writing Instrument Manufacturers Association’s annual event has taken on a new type of importance in recent years. Here’s how the day has evolved over the past four decades.
The Wisconsin Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Store Association is teaming with law enforcement officials in the state to provide training to store workers to help them recognize the warning signs of human trafficking.
A recent study from Oracle makes the case that given the choice, many workers will favor artificial intelligence over a human leader, though careful integration of AI into the workplace could ensure a better balance.
The one-time Entertainment Merchants Association, now called OTT.X, moved to its new niche after seeing major success with a series of recent events. The group dates to the days of home video rentals.
If your association let the end-of-support date for Windows 7 blow past, you might need one of these four fixes. And it might be time to consider another strategy for dealing with legacy operating systems.
Field representatives for the association are traveling in the Deep South this month in an effort to advocate for expanded Amtrak service in Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana.
Google’s decision to transition away from third-party cookies is controversial and could bring a period of transition for digital advertising, observers say.
While it’s easier to send a tweet or a social media message than to have a face-to-face meeting, legislators tend to react more strongly to advocacy efforts focused on in-person meetings, a new report finds.