CEOs found their voices and spoke out on behalf of their employees and customers on such basic American values as tolerance and diversity.
Last Friday Richard Edelman went to Gettysburg, the iconic American battlefield, with his youngest daughter, Amanda.
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I write this on the plane en route to India, which I will report on later in the week. Today’s subject is not a happy one. My friend and former colleague, Gus Weill Jr., age 42, passed away three weeks ago in New York City. Gus worked for me at Edelman in the late ’80s […]
I am writing from Atlanta, where I am attending the annual board meeting of the CDC Foundation, the non-profit organization that helps the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention partner with the private sector. Last night at dinner I sat next to Mary Lewis, who has a radio show on National Public Radio. Her program […]
Thanks for your comments. A couple of the thoughts raised were actually part of two interesting meetings this week. I heard Andre Harrell and Damon Dash (of Rocawear) speak about Hip Hop Marketing. I also had a breakfast with Steve Knox of Tremor, CEO of a word-of-mouth marketing consultancy. Put this together with a Sunday […]
This is the first shot at blogging by this CEO. My intention is share trends in communications, the issues, lessons and insights that I gather from managing this firm. Why 6 AM?–because I wake up early and hope to get you some useful insights as you come in to work. I plan to post weekly, […]