Monthly Archives: March 2008

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The Plum of Your Eye

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When we think about how the rich and famous meet, we generally imagine face-to-face gatherings over champagne and crudités at high society balls, country clubs or the Sun Valley Conference hosted by Allen & Company. The reality is now quite different as the bright line between professional, charitable and personal lives for the super-rich is […]

Beer Bike and Beyond

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This is not the business plan for a new retail chain; it is the story of my college tour with my 17 year old daughter who is now a junior in high school. We visited Rice University in Houston, Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota, Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois and Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont […]

Let’s Make the Argument

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It appears that the United States is officially in a recession. One need only pick up the business section of any newspaper to be depressed about declining retail sales, reductions in employment and tumbling home prices. During the last economic slowdown, the PR industry was slammed. Technology boutiques went out of business and full-service PR […]

Pam Talbot and the Development of Modern Public Relations

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There are seven women who are integral to my life: my mother, my sister, my wife, my three daughters and Pam Talbot. Now that Pam has elected to retire from her job as President and CEO of Edelman US, to move to a consulting role at Edelman, it is time to take stock of her […]


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