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Dec 18, 2019

Perversion of Values

When Company Culture is Weaponized Against Employees By Hannah Landers Thoughtful. Customer-obsessed. Iterative. Powerful. Accessible. In it together. This list of adjectives conjures a workplace of camaraderie and shared responsibility—one […]

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Dec 10, 2019

King of Burgers, Queen of Pop

By Kenly Craighill In 2008, a doe-eyed, cowboy-boot-clad 18-year-old took to the CMT Music Awards stage. Her unmistakable permed curls, paired with a cutesy-country twang and puppy-love lyrics, made her […]

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Nov 19, 2019

Deadlier Than Cyanide

Johnson & Johnson’s Response to the Opioid Crisis By Hannah Landers “No more tears.” For more than half a century, Johnson & Johnson has made this promise to families across […]

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Jun 6, 2019

The Limitation of Imitation

By Kenly Craighill Adolescence: the age of bad acting. In this graceless phase of acne and braces, teenagers strategically morph into anything resembling some abstract idea of “cool.” The teenage […]

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Feb 28, 2019

Transparency Makes a Brand Sustainable

Greenwashing and the Pollution of a Brand By Kenly Craighill   “I’m smart, you’re dumb. I’m big, you’re small. I’m right, you’re wrong. And there’s nothing you can do about […]

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Aug 10, 2018

Fintech, Disrupted

By Lindsay Cottman Ice cream cones melting on the hood of a car. Afghan hounds in stylish surrounds. Millennial-pink Jell-O sculptures swaying in slow motion. What may sound like the […]

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Apr 27, 2018

The Key to Monetizing Customer Data? Trust

by Kelly Sarabyn Trust in Facebook is at an all-time low. Eighty-one percent of people have little to no confidence Facebook will protect their data or privacy. This lack of […]

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