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LinkedIn and Facebook Expand Platforms

LinkedIn is the latest of the social media/connectivity tools to offer a “share” button, linking articles and news items back to its site. Among those offering the new tool are news sites Bloomberg and Forbes . Users can even sign … Continue reading

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There Are No Secrets in a WikiLeaks World

This rule is easy to remember and recite, but I am amazed at the number of people shocked when beans get spilled, lips loosened, and ships sunk. In this “new” information age, there are no secrets. From IT companies to … Continue reading

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Easy as A-B-C: Always Be Closing

Now that the initial sting from the midterm election defeat has subsided slightly, I can start to analyze the state of play. Here’s where my mind’s at – I want to send Alec Baldwin to Washington, but not as an … Continue reading

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Ted Sorensen: The Passing of a Giant

The world of communications quietly lost an intellectual giant on Sunday with the passing of the iconic Theodore C. Sorensen. Most know Mr. Sorensen as President John F. Kennedy’s speechwriter, but we must remember him as much, much more than … Continue reading

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Sugarcoating Brands

Morrissey & Company CEO Peter Morrissey offered additional commentary on the recent news of the Corn Refiners Association’s efforts to change the name of high fructose corn syrup. Interviewed by Ernie Corrigan, the segment reviews other well-known renaming efforts and … Continue reading

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