How Quantifying Everything Means Nothing

By Andy Hoglund When I was growing up, there were two ways to get the Orioles score in the morning. Since we were in the dark ages before Google, you could either wait for the Washington Post to arrive, or watch the 6 a.m. broadcast of Sportscenter. I often sought…

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The Inspiring Act of Resiliency

Perspective from Graham Shalgian: Much continues to be written about President Ronald Reagan's press secretary James Brady, who passed away this week at the age of 73. Critically injured during the 1981 assassination attempt on Reagan, Brady became an outspoken champion for gun control. He is deserving of all of…

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Twitter’s Challenge

Perspective from Zach Stanley: Twitter faces a challenge and anyone who has been following their stock since their IPO knows that. The user statistics back it up: 44% of registered Twitter users have never sent a tweet; less than 25% of registered users are active monthly users; and by some…

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O’Dwyer’s: Japan Fortifies PR Arsenal

O'Dwyer's "Japan Fortifies PR Arsenal" July 3, 2014 By Kevin McCauley Japan, which is in the midst of a high-profile and controversial shift of its military posture, is using Rasky Baerlein Strategic Communications to promote understanding of the importance of its relationship with the US. The Boston-based firm's Washington office has…

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