The world wants more from brands, and consumers are asking a simple question: “Are you with me?”
In my first-ever video blog, Lisa and I speak about GWEN, the opportunities and challenges for women in the industry, what we as leaders need to do to create an environment that encourages women to lead and succeed.
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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.
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.
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.
When we asked our Edelman U.S. employees what keeps them from getting to the polls, most cited time as the No. 1 barrier.
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.
Richard Edelman hosted the retirement party for Dr. Michael Carrera, a pioneer in pregnancy prevention and teen counseling, who worked at the Children’s Aid Society for the past 42 years.
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.
This summer, I visited Jefferson’s home in Monticello. It is a place of wonder. The front hall is festooned with items sent by explorers Lewis and Clark.
Richard Edelman just returned from ten days in Brazil visiting our office in São Paulo and a number of Olympic events in Rio de Janeiro, which is a magnificent setting for the Summer Games.
Today Rio will lift the curtain on the Summer Olympic Games. In the backdrop of the grandeur will lie collective judgement—both on the games itself and Brazil’s economic future.