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A Closer Look At Botanical Sexism

Tom Madden,  Founder & CEO, TransMedia Group Reading one of my favorite newspapers, The Boston Globe, I came across a story about botanical sexism debunked.   The Globe is one of the half dozen papers to which I subscribe, plus the mags and digital pubs, endless NBC where I used to work, then CNN and FOX TV. …

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A Conversation with Garrett M. Graff, Author, ‘Watergate: A New History’

  Garrett M. Graff, a distinguished magazine journalist, international bestselling historian, and regular TV commentator and producer, has spent nearly two decades covering politics, technology, and national security and is recognized today as one of the nation’s most prolific and wide-ranging journalists and historians. Join Michael in his discussion with Garrett Graff about his new…

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The Real Beef About Burger Ads

  Dr. David Hagenbuch, Ethicist and Professor of Marketing, Messiah University, Author of Honorable Influence, Founder of MindfulMarketing.org While Ukrainians mourn their war dead and Buffalo residents grieve victims of a hate crime, a guy in New York cries foul because his hamburgers aren’t bigger.  Of course, not every real problem is a matter of life and death,…

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Global Virus Network (GVN) Announces Seven Distinguished International Appointments to Board of Directors 

  World Leaders In Academia, Business, Government, Healthcare, Philanthropy & Science Commit Their Expertise To Advancing The Development & Expansion Of The GVN CommPRO Editorial Staff   The Global Virus Network (GVN), a coalition of the world’s leading medical virology research centers working together to prevent illness and death from viral disease, today announced the election of…

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A Conversation with Stefan Koldehoff and Tobias Timm, Authors, ‘Art and Crime, The Fight Against Looters, Forgers, and Fraudsters in the High-Stakes Art World’ with Special Guest Professor Philip Eliasoph

  The high-end art world is one of the most secretive—and largely unregulated—global enterprises. The list of its associations with crime runs long and deep from art theft to tax fraud, to forgery, and money laundering. Join Michael and his guests Stefan Koldehoff and Tobias Timm as they discuss their new book,  Art and Crime,…

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Collaboration and Learning Between IR and PR

Mike Paffman, CEO, VIRGO PR A decade ago, most big companies didn’t have investor relations professionals, and if they had an employee that was responsible for financial communication, that person was typically a manager working in public relations. These days, practically every big company doesn’t only have an investor relations director, but an entire department…

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The Lusitania Sinks Again

“Is there anything more beautiful in the world than to sit before an open window and enjoy nature, to listen to the birds singing, feel the sun on your cheeks and have a darling boy in your arms?” – Anne Frank, from her diary, April 19, 1944, three months before the family was arrested As…

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How to Set Up a New Company as a Non-Resident

Ken Rogers, SEO Specialist It seems that it is more difficult for foreigners to open a business in a foreign country than for local ones: an unfamiliar place, ignorance of the laws, bureaucracy. In reality, a foreign citizen can register a business within a few days if he follows the law and follows the registration…

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A Conversation with Harvard Professor Tomiko Brown-Nagin, Author, ‘Civil Rights Queen: Constance Baker Motley and the Struggle for Equality’

Join me in my conversation with Harvard Professor Tomiko Brown-Nagin as we discuss her new book, Civil Rights Queen: Constance Baker Motley and the Struggle for Equality, a biography of the civil rights icon and first African American woman appointed to the federal judiciary, Constance Baker Motley. Guest Professor Tomiko Brown-Nagin Tomiko Brown-Nagin is dean of…

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Why Ethical Data Practices are the New Marketing Standard

John Story, General Counsel and Chief Data Ethics Officer, Acoustic   As we continue to grapple with the pandemic, one lesson many marketers are relearning is that nothing is ever permanent – including the pandemic itself. Over the past two years, many regions have gone from lockdown to reopening and then back to mask mandates and social distancing requirements as the Delta and…

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The Under Reported Story of the Beijing Olympics That Applies To None Olympians

Arthur Solomon One of the major, but short-lived stories that came out of the Beijing Winter Olympics is one that also applies to none Olympians — the loyalty of certain hyphenated-American citizens to the United States. That’s not unusual. Olympic stories traditionally have a short shelf life. But occasionally a story emanating from the Olympics…

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Recruitment Software:The List of Offered Solutions

  CommPRO Editorial Staff Most people are shocked to hear that one of the biggest hurdles of recruiting is the process of finding candidates. Although we live in a technology-driven world and many things have been revolutionized by this connection, the world of recruitment has stagnated for a while. Through the process of recruitment marketing,…

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