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Eco friendly businessman

This article is part one of a three-part blog series on developing, communicating and measuring effective corporate social responsibility programs and first ran on Greenbiz.com on August 24, 2015.  After eight months of trying, I finally sold my house. In real estate, it is often said that the three most important factors are location, ...

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Eco friendly businessman

This article is part one of a three-part blog series on developing, communicating and measuring effective corporate social responsibility programs and first ran on Greenbiz.com on August 24, 2015.  After eight months of trying, I finally sold my house. In real estate, it is often said that the three most important factors are location, ...

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Since 1987, SXSW has grown into one of the leading festivals for policy and emerging technologies worldwide. Tech companies, policy makers and innovators come together in Austin, Texas every spring to share ideas, shape policy and make connections. Planning for the 2016 SXSW conference is underway. The public has a voice in selecting the ...

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David Payne, VOX Global, on Fox News

VOX Global’s David Payne joins a Fox News panel to discuss how Hillary Clinton’s private email server controversy may cause problems for her candidacy. Watch the 4:30 segment.

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The Grand Old Party Won the First Debate

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We’ve come a long way from the cringe-inducing primary debates of the 2012 cycle. Despite all the wailing and arm waving leading up to last night’s contest, the format worked. Beautifully. More Americans tuned in than there are voters in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada (the early primary and caucus states in 2016) with early ...

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A GOP Take on the First Debate

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It is certainly hard to argue that last night’s first GOP Presidential debate co-sponsored by FOX News and Facebook was anything but entertaining. Let’s dive into the potential repercussions from the performances of the respective candidates. We might as well start with the current front-runner, Donald Trump. The Donald was well…himself. The ...

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The Pope’s Call to Action

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This post first appeared on Huffington Post on 7.30.2015 I confess — no pun intended — to not being the best practicing Catholic. So maybe it was Catholic guilt that propelled me to read the Pope’s entire encyclical on environmental and social responsibility while on vacation recently. I did read it — and when you take ...

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Political-protest

In an era of Change.org and other push-button advocacy sites, many campaigns are launched into the abyss without much thought given to the goals, strategies and justifications. This hinders the execution, understanding and measurement of the campaign and can prevent those involved from taking necessary steps to capitalize on progress. This is ...

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“We’ve never seen anything like this. These candidates who are not polling well are forced to spend early money for national ad buys, while the earned media pathway is complicated by Donald Trump, who is costing every other candidate a chance to get in front of the camera. It’s a challenge.” Read the full story >

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The Ebola Case Study for Public Affairs

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Living just miles away from the hospital treating the first Ebola patient in the U.S. brought the fight against Ebola – not to mention fear of the disease – home to those of us who live and work in Dallas. As a case study, the fight against Ebola has already led to – and continues to lead to – numerous changes in how we deal with public health ...

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