Public Affairs

The DOJ Targets Individual Executives: Be Prepared

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September 30, 2015

The DOJ Targets Individual Executives: Be Prepared

In this piece posted on Forbes.com, I examine the Department of Justice’s new guidelines that are targeting individual executives. Are […]

Social

Speaking Intelligently On Business Intelligence

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September 25, 2015

Speaking Intelligently On Business Intelligence

In this article published by The Holmes Report, Eric Lebson and Ian McCaleb explain the difference between gathering “insights” and […]

Crisis

The Sex Assault Plague Hits Prep School – What Is Congress To Do?

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September 24, 2015

The Sex Assault Plague Hits Prep School – What Is Congress To Do?

In this article posted on Forbes.com, I examine the actions Congress has taken, or hasn’t taken, to pass legislature that […]

Crisis

How Do Clients Find Their Way Out of a Scandal? Lanny Davis Explains

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September 24, 2015

How Do Clients Find Their Way Out of a Scandal? Lanny Davis Explains

I appeared on WCCO, a Minneapolis CBS Radio affiliate, to talk about how I assist high profile clients in finding the way out […]

Brand

Nursing Comments Make for an Awkward Week on The View

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September 22, 2015

Nursing Comments Make for an Awkward Week on The View

The Miss America pageant was on Sunday, September 13. As you may have heard by now, Miss Colorado, Kelley Johnson, […]

Public Affairs

Carly The Trump Killer

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September 19, 2015

Carly The Trump Killer

In this article posted on Forbes.com, I analyze the second GOP debate; the winners, the losers, and more importantly: Carly […]

Social

#SquadGoals: Turn Your Followers Into Advocates

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September 17, 2015

#SquadGoals: Turn Your Followers Into Advocates

#SquadGoals are not just limited to Taylor Swift and her crew of models, actresses, and singers. Just as T-Swift and […]

Public Affairs

Global Uncertainty Will Drive More Activist Activity: Ten Reasons Boards Need to Prepare

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September 15, 2015

Global Uncertainty Will Drive More Activist Activity: Ten Reasons Boards Need to Prepare

If the years since the 2007 financial crisis have taught us anything, it’s that we are in the midst of […]

Crisis

The United Continental Scandal: A New CEO Confronts A Gathering Storm

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September 14, 2015

The United Continental Scandal: A New CEO Confronts A Gathering Storm

In this article posted on Forbes.com, I examine the threat now facing United Continental that goes beyond Jeff Smisek’s unsavory […]

Crisis

Amazon And Jeff Bezos: Legacies Are Built On More Than Just Capital

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August 29, 2015

Amazon And Jeff Bezos: Legacies Are Built On More Than Just Capital

In this article published on Forbes.com, I examine Jeff Bezos’ response to the New York Times‘ expose on Amazon’s brutal […]

Public Affairs

Samsung’s Duel with Elliot: The Activist Challenge Isn’t Over

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August 28, 2015

Samsung’s Duel with Elliot: The Activist Challenge Isn’t Over

In this article published on Forbes.com, I examine the challenges Asian companies often face when dealing with Western shareholders. Read the […]

Brand

From Coffee to Cabernet: Is Starbucks Losing Focus or Reinforcing its Brand?

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August 19, 2015

From Coffee to Cabernet: Is Starbucks Losing Focus or Reinforcing its Brand?

Starbucks recently announced that 24 more locations across the country will become Evening Stores, meaning they will offer beer, wine, […]