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Crisis

Dan Rene

Heather Bresch Needs A Dose of Empathy

Business leaders take note: when a New York Times headline has you denying you are a villain, public perception is exactly the opposite....

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Brand

Dan Rene

A Speedo Drops On Lochte

Another Speedo has dropped on Ryan Lochte, quite literally, as the swim apparel manufacturer joined others in abandoning its sponsorship of the...

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Interviews

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What’s Next?: Conflict Resolution

“What’s Next?” is privileged to interview Noah Hanft, the President and CEO of The International Institute for Conflict Prevention &...

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Public Affairs

Melissa Beaty

Trump Struggles to Define His Legacy

“To be determined.” That was the response of Trump’s new campaign manager Kellyanne Conway during an interview Sunday on CNN’s “State of...

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Public Affairs

Marc Ginsberg

Internet Service Providers Face Public Outcry

YouTube and Twitter face public outcry and judicial scrutiny for their online radical Islamic content.  By Ambassador Marc Ginsberg and Robert...

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Brand

Andrew Ricci

Innovation, Disruption, and Avoiding the Fate of Pets.com

The 1990s dot-com bubble hosted some of the greatest stock disasters in American history. Let’s not forget that at one point, Pets.com ruled the...

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Public Affairs

Andrew Ricci

A Case Study in Governmental Crises:

The Clinton Email Controversy Has our long national nightmare come to an end? I’m talking, of course, about Hillary Clinton’s email...

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Brand

Melissa Arnoff

Why Companies Can’t Stay Quiet On Social Issues

It used to be that companies focused strictly on their products. Maxwell House’s “Good to the last drop” slogan focused on its coffee, not...

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Brand

Dan Rene

The Art of Stunt Food Gimmicks

Since the first coupon was printed (actually handwritten) in 1887 by Asa Candler, a founder of The Coca-Cola company, the soda maker, its...

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Public Affairs

Alexander Lange, Esq.

A Tale of Two Pipelines

Since the Obama Administration rejected Transcanada’s over seven year old permit to build the Keystone XL Pipeline in November 2015, the issue...

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This Week

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RICO Judgment Confirmed

Today, the US Court of Appeals confirmed a lower court ruling which found the $9 billion decision against Chevron in Ecuador to be unenforceable...

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