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A bridge too far

A Bridge Too Far

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The publicists for movies have long defined the outer edge of our profession, with outrageous stunts and feigned romances among stars. But a campaign for the film “A Cure for Wellness” has gone over the edge of decency and intelligence to irresponsibility.

Middle Market

The Mighty Middle Market

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The ownership profile of the middle-market firm in Chicago differs from the rest of the country, with more family business and fewer publicly held or owned by private equity.

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Edelman Wins 2016 Global PR Agency Of The Year

That Rare Night

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The Holmes Report awarded Edelman Global Agency of the Year and Program of the Year. It was that rare night as CEO when you feel that your strategy is correct, your people are magicians, and your clients are saints.

Germany's Angst

Germany’s Angst

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Richard Edelman spent the past three days in Berlin, speaking with politicians, business leaders and intellectuals. Here are a few observations on Europe’s leading economy.

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Korea and Japan

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Richard Edelman spent the past week in Seoul and Tokyo, visiting with our impressive local teams and calling on our global clients.

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One on One

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Richard Edelman sat with Steve Barrett, editor-in-chief of PRWeek, for a wide-ranging discussion yesterday at the PRWeek annual conference and covered three major areas in our half-hour chat.

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A Meeting with Meaning

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I recently met a long-time friend of my father, Leo Melamed, who had been the chairman emeritus of the CME Group. He asked me to come by to reminisce about Dan and to discuss our current work for the CME Group.

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The War on Truth

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Last night, Richard Edelman humbly accepted their International Leadership Award, together with fellow honorees U.S. Senator Mark Kirk (R-IL) and Steven and Janice Hefter.

Upstanders

Upstanders

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Richard Edelman attended a breakfast sponsored by CNN, featuring Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz being interviewed by anchor Poppy Harlow as part of the American Opportunity series.

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