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Global Leadership Conference 2012: Insights and Takeaways

October 13, 2012
By Kandie

Some fascinating insights at the Global Leadership Conference at the Ronald Reagan Building today from corporate and diplomatic leaders, Jay Johnson, Chairman and CEO of General Dynamics, Frederick Smith, the CEO of FedEX, Jim Clifton, Chairman and CEO of Gallup, David Rubinstein of the Carlyle Group, the Ambassador of India Her Excellency,...
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Wikileaks and the Social Media Response

December 13, 2010
By Kandie
Wikileaks and the Social Media Response

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange may consider himself an internet activist, but if the social media response is any indication, Wikileaks.org– despite its notoriety and over two million tweets regarding the site in the past 12 months– is having a tough time winning over the...
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World Alzheimer’s Day: 10 Tips to Prevent Alzheimer’s

September 22, 2010
By Kandie

As seen in the Huffington Post: How did you celebrate World Alzheimer’s Day? Of course, it’s hardly a celebration, since the idea is to focus on the awful fact that Alzheimer’s is about to swamp us with the worst epidemic the world has ever seen–115...
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The End of the Iraq War or the Continuation?

September 17, 2010
By Kandie

As seen in the Huffington Post: It is noteworthy that the U.S. military’s war in Iraq is officially over and that American troops are returning home after 7 ½...
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Dr. Eric Haseltine on Fox and Friends: Unlocking Your Brain’s Potential

August 17, 2010
By Kandie

Dr. Eric Haseltine, client of Stroud Communications, holds a Ph.D. in physiological psychology. Currently, he is the president and managing partner of Haseltine Partners LLC, and has held senior...
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Propaganda in the Picture

July 9, 2010
By Kandie

I have loved Oliver Stone’s films– all of them.  The man is a genius and his work provides unique, probing and profound insight into institutions like Wall Street and...
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