Monthly Archives: July 2007

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World’s End

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About 20 years ago, global financial markets were buoyant and real estate prices were soaring. Edelman’s London office had been a phenomenal success since its inception in 1967. Its offices, located in a former royal’s home near Hyde Park Corner, overlooked the park and were right in the middle of the action. The then chief […]

We Are What We Repeatedly Do

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The Shorenstein Center on Press, Politics and Public Policy at the JFK School of Government at Harvard University released a study last week on media consumption patterns of American teens, young adults and older adults, titled “Young People and News.” The report is an invaluable guide to those of us in the PR business, trying […]

Two Suitcases

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I attended a dinner in New York City last night, sponsored by the International Business Leaders Forum (IBLF), a London-based non-governmental organization (disclosure: I am the new chairman of the IBLF in North America) dedicated to the proposition that business is “at the heart of sustainable development.” There were some important observations during the dinner, […]

A Journey with Purpose

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Martin Becker, who survived four terrible years as a teenage prisoner in Auschwitz- Birkenau, returned to the death camp yesterday with his only child, his daughter Gail, her husband John, and their two young sons, Josh and Eli. I came along with my two younger daughters, Tory and Amanda, and our good friend Mitch Markson […]

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