The International Air Transport Association, which represents about 260 airlines, said it would pause its Cabin OK program, which sought to recommend an optimal size for passengers' carry-ons.
The National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center is seeking to train supply chain professionals and the general public on best practices to guard against counterfeit goods.
Building and maintaining a talent pool is a top priority for most accounting firms, according to a new report by the American Institute of CPAs. The findings are seen as an indication of a growing profession.
In the United States, 92% of companies plan to recruit recent graduates of Master of Business Administration programs in 2015, according to a survey by the Graduate Management Admission Council. The median base salary for those new hires will be $100,000.
The International Association of Chiefs of Police is seeking to provide additional resources for law enforcement agencies in the expanding fight against Internet-based crime.
A new Federal Aviation Administration campaign reminds tourists and residents that it's illegal to operate unmanned aerial vehicles around the nation's capital.
A partnership between the National Security Agency and the National Science Foundation, the summer camp program seeks to teach youngsters about the growing field of cybersecurity and help prepare them for college.
Warning signs of supply chain waste and fraud may include weak bidding and procurement processes, and vague third-party invoice details, according to a new report by Deloitte Financial Advisory Services.
Individuals who are less trusting of others could be hurting their income levels in the long run, according to a new study published by the American Psychological Association.
There were more than 53 million Americans age 18 to 34 in the workforce as of early 2015, surpassing the number of Gen X workers for the first time, according to a new report from the Pew Research Center.