Monthly Archives: June 2005

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London Rising

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I have spent much of the past week in London. I want you to understand the profound transformation that is afoot in this city, which now seeks to position itself as capital of the world, if not the creative capital. My earliest memories of London, dating back to the mid Sixties, are a melange of […]

A Vision Achieved

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I will read this at my father’s 85th birthday party on Friday night in Chicago. I thought you would enjoy it! There are business people who are visionaries but relatively few who are able to say they built institutions that will last. Even fewer can claim to have invented an entirely new way of doing […]

Say It Ain’t So, Joe

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Shoeless Joe Jackson was a phenomenal baseball player for the Chicago White Sox. But he was caught up in the Black Sox Scandal, where he and a few teammates conspired to throw the 1919 World Series. A young fan, seeing Shoeless Joe emerge from the courthouse, gave us the immortal line, “Say it ain’t so, […]

Getting a Little Respect

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I still love Aretha Franklin’s hit song, Respect. Probably showing my age, I can tap my toes as I belt out, “R..E..S..P..E..C..T, find out what it means to me.” At two events this week, I started singing this tune. The PR industry is now being viewed by leading journalists and opinion leaders as a crucial […]

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