Monthly Archives: December 2004

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More Insight into Future of Media and Evolving Role of PR

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Edelman held its end of year executive leadership meeting last week in New York City. We were fortunate to have three outstanding outside speakers who are experts on the evolution of the media business. They include Phil Revzin, who runs all of Dow Jones properties outside of the US, Jonathan Klein, recently named president of […]

Living in Color

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In the late 90s,, Washington Post columnist Michael Schrage wrote an article on technology PR people. He described them as “sitting astride the nodes of influence in technology.” He said that all parts of the technology food chain, from venture capitalists to investment bankers to customers to technology analysts to investors were linked by the […]

My guide to running the family business

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I am now in my 27th year at my family company. I have particularly enjoyed building the business in close partnership with my father, who founded the firm in 1952. My brother and sister both work at Edelman, while my mother maintains a very keen interest in the progress of the enterprise. My brother in […]

Impressionists, Blogging and North Carolina…

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This is the time of year when people in the PR field are madly pitching business, hoping to retain their current clients and to win new ones. One of the side benefits of this manic period is that you get a quick snapshot of the U.S. across industry and geography. Here are a few impressions […]

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