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There’s no true delete button for social media

When is deletion not deletion? On the Internet.
That famous TV psychologist Dr. Phil recently polled his Twitter followers to find out how they  felt about women consenting to sex while inebriated. Read more

CEOs: Remember That It’s About People!

Being a Captain of Industry shouldn’t mean looking down on the crew from the Upper Deck.

As businessman Jeff Haden wrote in a recent columnin Inc. Magazine, he saw a company he had admired “in a different, less positive light” after being summoned, and then dissed, by the CEO at his company’s event in New York City.  

Wrote Baden, “I wasn’t bothered by the fact that he didn’t seem interested in talking tome; after all, who am I? Read more

How to Stand Your Ground — On Live TV

Senator Elizabeth Warren, D- MA, recently delivered an object lesson in how to effectively stand one’s ground in a tough live broadcast interview.



Appearing on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” to defend her proposed legislation to break up the big banksWarren withstood a barrage of challenging and skeptical – even scolding – questions from several of the program’s hosts by refusing to acknowledge their unrelenting criticisms. Read more

A Whale of a Controversy

SeaWorld didn’t wait to fight back against a documentary film released today that claims whales in captivity suffer physical and mental stress because of confinement. The park’s entertainment division pre-emptively sent a rebuttal to 50 movie critics a week before the movie was to premiere. Read more

Red Flags Over The NFL

The NFL can’t win for losing:

·         Last February 4 we posted an item on this blog taking the National Football League to task for failing to communicate promptly with the media and the public when the lights went out in the New Orleans Superdome in the middle of the Superbowl. Read more