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Public Affairs

Dan Rene

Taking the Sting out of Obamacare Repeal

Whoever coined the phrase “like taking candy from a baby” must not be a parent. As anyone who has ever had to take something away from a...

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Political Risk

LEVICK Business Intelligence

Business Ethics in the Trump Era

“Tone from the top matters.” Such was the thesis of the Director of the Office of Government Ethics (OGE) during rare public comments...

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Interviews

LEVICK

What’s Next? with Julie Chase

What’s Next is pleased to interview Julie Chase, the founder and principal of San Francisco- and Washington, D.C.-based Chase Communications, a...

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Digital

Kelsey Chapekis

Twitter is Trending, Again

Marketing on Twitter is making a comeback – at least in the short run. Social media platforms normally don’t have 70-year-old white men to...

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Crisis

Bryant Madden

Crisis on the Homefront

The list of companies that have been publicly chastised by President-elect Trump (likely President Trump, by the time you read this) grows by the...

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Crisis

Ellie Rutland

American Airlines Targeted for Discriminatory Food Allergy Policy

American Airlines is in the crosshairs of food allergy issues, but not for offering peanuts to passengers. And the Department of Transportation...

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Digital

Kathryn DeVito

Digital Ethics Loom Large

Digital technologies and platforms enable brands and organizations to communicate with people they might not otherwise be able to reach. They also...

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Public Affairs

Alexander Lange, Esq.

Don’t Forget About Dicta

A recent northern California federal court case has reminded us that even a court opinion that completely rules against one party can still be...

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Crisis

Samantha Kruse

New Year, New Hacks

Retailers, social networks, health care providers and insurers…Each has taken its turn as a favorite target for cyber criminals. Over the past...

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Public Affairs

Ellie Rutland

Are Tightened FDA Rules for Antibiotics Enough?

On January 1, a set of long-awaited rules implemented by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) targeting antibiotic abuse on animal farms went...

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Digital

Rachel Racoosin

Six Digital Trends in 2017

2016, we are SO over you! As we say goodbye to a year as cringe-worthy as Mariah Carey’s NYE performance, we take a look at six digital trends...

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