Monthly Archives: January 2011

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Trust Transformed: Results of the 2011 Edelman Trust Barometer

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Tomorrow morning, I will be on stage at the Belvedere Hotel in Davos, releasing the results of our latest 23-country Edelman Trust Barometer study. The lead of the story must be that trust is transformed. In the wake of the financial market meltdown at the end of 2008, we have gone through a series of […]

Ad Age Puts Edelman on this Year’s Agency A-List

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I’m very proud that Edelman is #7 on Ad Age’s Agency A-List. A special thanks to our clients for their trust and opportunity to help advance their brands and businesses, and to our employees for their creativity and innovation. Here’s a 3-minute Ad Age video where I discuss the opportunity for PR, as well as […]

The Way Forward for Media

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I have had meetings with three senior journalists this week: Lewis DVorkin, chief product officer of Forbes; Gordon Crovitz, former publisher of The Wall Street Journal and co-founder of Press+; and Bill Grueskin, former head of WSJ.com, former editor of The Miami Herald and now associate dean of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. […]

The New Push for Corporate Transparency

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Earlier this week, Goldman Sachs Group unveiled its 63 page report on business practices. According to the Wall Street Journal, the firm “is trying to give investors more insight into how it makes money.” Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein, in a video on the firm’s web site, gs.com, reiterates that the client’s interests are always paramount […]

Peer to Peer

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I was in the fourth grade at Chicago Latin. We had Mrs. Maj, a high-strung teacher, for our twice-a-week music class. I lugged a cello back and forth to school every day. That cello had the sorriest looking bottom, with cracks from unfortunate, unplanned collisions with staircases at school or at home. My recital piece […]

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