A new study from American Express Global Business Travel and the Association of Corporate Travel Executives shows that many business travelers want to achieve a work-life balance on the road–and have a little fun while getting their work done.
The gender gap among CEOs is closing, but is the public getting the right story about that change? Plus: Twitter is shutting down a popular video-sharing app.
Citing privacy rights of its members, AARP is challenging new federal regulations governing employer wellness programs. In a lawsuit filed this week, the association says the rules penalize workers who do not wish to disclose their medical information. Despite its name, many of AARP’s members aren’t yet retired—and that’s why the organization is suing the […]
Streamers can finally set up their broadcasts ahead of time. Plus: The problems social networks create for associations.
Several big names have banded together to form a new group seeking to advance server technology. The group includes a number of major hardware manufacturers, such as IBM, Dell, and Hewlett Packard.
Perhaps someone at your next event could offer a long-lasting highlight—just like the now-prevalent icon from the most recent presidential debate. Plus: Come on aboard, volunteers!
As millennials move past societal norms around relationships, one association says diamonds can still exist in nontraditional relationships.
Associations can learn from the legacy of Steve Jobs. Plus: How should your association handle data?
For years, the European Union has shown interest in improving the track record of its member countries on water reuse. A new industry group, with the backing of the EU, hopes to give the concept some momentum.
The Environmental Media Association recognizes work by the son of Will Smith. Here’s what the 18-year-old did. Plus: Is it time to formalize data management in your organization?