A new report from the Association of Corporate Travel Executives makes the case that an overly strict travel policy might be a turnoff for employees, who want an experience along the lines of consumer travel.
With open-plan offices, you either love the casual coffee-shop vibe or hate it. Now new research suggests that you may be more productive if you take your work to an actual coffee shop.
The unmanned vehicles group is now offering a new membership category focused on public safety officials and organizations—an extension of a recently announced partnership with the National Council on Public Safety UAS.
The National Association of Broadcasters is calling on Apple to take steps to add FM radio functionality to its devices, something which Apple says isn't possible in recent models—a claim NAB's chief technology officer is skeptical of.
The Pew Research Center asked thousands of academic, business, and technology experts to weigh in on whether online information will get more accurate over the next decade. They offered mixed responses—along with a lot of smart thinking.
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, which hopes to create an open-source blockchain standard around the technology for the business world, has gained more than 200 members in less than a year—including a number of Fortune 500 companies.
The group known for its familiar public service announcements is now lending its voice to a campaign for pro bono services for nonprofits, including traditional advertising and marketing services—and more.
A new campaign by the Association of Plastic Recyclers aims to drive demand for recycled plastics by getting manufacturers to commit to requiring recycled material in common items they purchase for their facilities, like trash cans and transport packaging. Several major companies have signed on.
Amazon has recently added some features that could help drive business among teens and college students. They might inspire you if you're trying to figure out ways to boost revenue from age groups that might prove more important in the future.
The Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association has launched a large-scale awareness campaign to ensure the public knows that most ports in the Caribbean weren't seriously affected by the recent hurricanes and are still operational.