I was impressed by one man’s journey, from the impressionist school as a young man, to founder of Suprematism, to an enthusiastic supporter of the Revolution, to a deeply depressed and shocked witness to the horrors of Stalinism.
Last night was the annual intern party at Edelman New York. I thought it appropriate to pass along a few lessons gained from my summer jobs in the 70s.
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I am so proud that our firm is involved with client CVS Caremark, which today has stated its intention to stop selling cigarettes and other tobacco products.
It is perhaps the ultimate irony that at a time of plummeting trust in government, the political leaders of the world took center stage at the World Economic Forum this year.
The 2014 Edelman Trust Barometer shows the largest ever gap between trust in business and government since we began this study in 2001.
There are many cynics who question the value of participation in the World Economic Forum. Here is why they are wrong.
Today we break a new campaign for our firm, Show Up Differently - the rallying cry for ourselves, our clients and our industry.
I have never been quite as happy nor as sad; I try to live in a more narrow amplitude. Here are a few lessons from a year never to be forgotten.
Here are my observations on the past 12 months, which has seen the PR industry move to a much more important position in the communications sector.
I ran into Reverend Jesse Jackson, founder of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition, on a flight to Chicago. Here are some highlights of the discussion.
I'm dedicating my Giving Tuesday #unselfie to the University of Chicago Medical Center and will match any donations made today or tomorrow to this charity.
I was the honoree for the Children’s Aid Society’s (CAS) Annual Benefit this year. It was a first for me, a recognition of my board service but more specifically my deep interest in helping kids in poverty in New York City.