Monthly Archives: October 2005

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The Next Stage of Corporate Social Responsibility: Green is Green

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In the past few months, we have seen corporate titans GE, Wal Mart and Ford announce important environmental initiatives. Caveat to the reader–both are Edelman clients though I am not working on either assignment, and it’s truly not because they are clients that I mention them. The GE program, ecoimagination, seeks to capture new markets […]

The On-Going Challenge of Diversity

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I woke up this morning to an incredibly depressing headline in the NY Times business section “WPP Senior Executive Resigns Over Remarks on Women.” Neil French, a worldwide creative director, said that “women don’t make it to the top because they don’t deserve to.” According to the Times, he suggested that women’s roles as caregivers […]

An Open Letter to Karen Hughes–A Search for Dialogue and Support

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I wanted to write a note to you with the help from my friends in the blogosphere. We have a responsibility to help the rest of world communicate with the U.S., and America to engage and support the rest of the world. I know from my frequent travels abroad that even our traditional friends are […]

Update to Edelman/Technorati Survey

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We have updated the Edelman/Technorati survey to include geographic and language data on the respondents. The breakdowns are interesting. I encourage you to take a look. (link no longer live)

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