Intelligence

Should Social Networks Save Us From Ourselves?

Aug 24, 2016- Washington DC -

In a world where everyone feels free to share everything and unfiltered is a popular hashtag, do social networks have a responsibility to help keep our discourse civil? Or should they serve as platforms for anyone to share their voice no matter what? This is a tough and often politically

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The EVP and the Intern: Part 2

Aug 17, 2016- Irvine -

The intern’s side of the story: I had planned to stay in Boulder between my junior and senior years, to attend summer school, at the University of Colorado. When I learned the classes I needed were online courses, I made a last minute decision to return home to Southern California

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The EVP and the Intern: Part 1

Aug 16, 2016- Irvine -

The Executive Vice President’s version of the story…. Porter Novelli’s senior leaders recently had the good fortune to hear from futurist Edie Weiner, author of the best seller, FutureThink: How to Think Clearly in a Time of Change. Weiner identifies future trends to help businesses like ours prosper in a

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Managing Food Safety Issues:  The Challenge of Regaining Trust

Aug 9, 2016- Washington DC - , , , ,

It doesn’t take much effort to find a daily food safety story in the media.  From tainted flour to metal in sugar to salmonella-laden alfalfa sprouts, it feels like there are more and more food safety outages facing consumers and the food industry.  This means communications experts need to be

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