Richard Edelman met with Thomas Heatherwick, urban visionary and architect, whose work is transforming London, Abu Dhabi, Singapore and soon, New York City.
I attended the Milan Expo last Monday, visiting three pavilions (Japan, Italy and the U.S.). The Expo is expected to draw 20 million visitors in the course of the coming six months, nearly half of them from China.
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This is a perfect example of a brand taking on a social mission that also builds a unique relationship with its consumer.
I went to Silicon Valley to ask those at the top of the technology food chain about the finding that trust in the technology sector has declined.
Despite the elements of this story being somewhat traditional, it was clear that the old playbook wasn’t going to prove effective in a digital media landscape.
The rising inequality of income was a constant undercurrent at Davos. At present the politicians are focused on redistribution of wealth, raising taxes to get to fairness.
The important insight for companies seeking to implement innovative technologies is that the traditional game plan used for the past decade will not work.
Jacques Attali feels passionately about needing to reorient capitalism towards the long-term view.
I am so pleased that David Weinberger and Doc Searls have issued New Clues, an update on fifteen years since the Cluetrain Manifesto, which has been so seminal in the development of the Internet.
With the holiday season in full swing, I’d like to take a moment and recognize a man who is helping to change the world one child at a time.
There was a lovely ceremony honoring five other leaders in the PR field. A video introduced Dan. I had not heard his voice for nearly two years.
We are storytellers with a journalistic mindset, but now we create picture books grounded in sight, sound and motion, not just words.