World’s Biggest Investor Tells C.E.O.s Purpose Is the ‘Animating Force’ for Profits via @NYTimes https://t.co/8vaciU4VIe
Americans Now More Likely to Die From Opioids Than Car Crashes - Rolling Stone https://t.co/Tc3upQedDF
Here is my commentary in @usnews ––A New Era Requires a New Type of Leader https://t.co/sbmdwpf5RS #leadership #business @HarrisPoll
I was my sick mother's caregiver, don't underestimate the stress caregivers face https://t.co/k7TEKkdzCz
This week I discussed with Forbes the evolution of WeWork into The We Company and why this rebranding makes sense f… https://t.co/ftrVh0BMiK
The Air Force is launching its first Pitch Day to attract tech startups - Fast Company https://t.co/1KZCjh6SpL
RT @stagwellgroup: Our COO, Beth Sidhu, discussing the “analysis paralysis” that may plague consumers with the coming of #5G #CES2019 https…
You’ll share this apartment with a stranger — but don’t dare call it a dorm - Los Angeles Times https://t.co/hiSguD0vn4
When parents of same-sex couples refuse to attend their wedding, this mom steps in - CNN https://t.co/hwPHuw2Koq
The Cost of Shutting Out Immigrants - Barron's https://t.co/o6fPZkPwm8
Apple just lost a Facebook: Apple has lost $452 billion in market cap since Oct 3 and those losses are larger than… https://t.co/0RRvzC83PV
RT @Forbes_Agency: The World Against Gen Z: How Companies Can Help Alleviate Generational Stress https://t.co/aeKGX3IW8s via @johngerzema
In the Race for Content, Hollywood Is Buying Up Hit Podcasts via @NYTimes https://t.co/r1F1s4RteH
2018: The Year in Visual Stories and Graphics via @NYTimes https://t.co/ZeH9WxG1rV
California is banning the retail sale of cats, dogs and rabbits in the new year https://t.co/REwlnzGmGV

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When I started out (around the time Duran Duran roamed the planet), business-to-business (B2B) marketing was confined to the domain of the literal. The customer was deemed rational and analytical, so the messaging was bland and unimaginative. B2B meant “boring-to-boring.” All the communications felt like...
As we ring in the very young new year, our research team at The Harris Poll asked Americans what ideas, trends and ways of life would dominate culture in 2018. We surveyed over 2,000 Americans across demographics (in a nationally-representative sample) to rate a range of cultural markers from movies to...
Unless you’ve been manning a radar outpost in Antarctica this month, you’ve noted with great regularity the number of powerful men who have been tossed into the cultural bonfire of sexual misconduct. Yet instead of asking who’s next, perhaps this is a moment to reflect on the systems and cultures...
If the tone of many workplaces was more subdued last year than usual heading into the holiday season, that might be because the news was rife with stories of female (and sometimes male) ambivalence about socio-professional gatherings amid #MeToo. Some companies eliminated parties completely, while others set limits...
BAV joined US News and Wharton in debuting the second annual Best Countries rankings. Using our quantitative database to measure nations as brands, the study asked over 21,000 decision makers, influencers and citizens to rank their perceptions of 80 countries across 75 dimensions ranging from being economically...
Between seemingly nonstop political jolts and springlike winter days, the world has felt like a pretty unstable place lately. As news alerts buzz your phone and temperatures fluctuate wildly from day to day, you may ask yourself, are there any stable places left in the world? The answer is yes. So, relax. An...
Research John conducted for Unilever was presented by Paul Polman at the World Economic Forum's 2017 Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland. The CPG gaint is "ugring world leaders to unstereotype the workplace" according to the release: Following Unilever-commissioned research on the importance of...
"Meryl Streep, one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood" … "Media is fake!"…"Are we living in Nazi Germany?"…"I love Hispanics!" Perhaps historians will not have to dust off old books, but just surf the tweets of our future entertainer-in-chief....
Partnerships between agencies and clients in which both entities are working toward shared objectives are key for the industry's future, said Andrew Bruce, CEO of Publicis Communications North America, during a panel at Advertising Week. Mr. Bruce added that a "partnership feels so much more open" and allows the...

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