Term archive for "Thought Leadership"

Touching or Tacky: When Brands Should & Shouldn’t Comment on Current Events

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Prince’s death came as a big shock to music lovers around the world. News that the 57 year old musician had passed away caused instant headlines and a massive outpouring of grief on social media. In the midst of it all, Cheerios, which is based out of Minnesota, Prince’s home state, Tweeted an image that… Continue Reading »

Do We Have The Right To Be Forgotten?

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Earlier this week, the European Union’s highest court ruled that Google must, upon request, remove links to personal information that may be outdated or inaccurate. It’s a decision that has sparked fierce debate between free speech advocates and people who place a high value on personal privacy. In Europe, the right to be forgotten –… Continue Reading »

Words Matter: Sheryl Sandberg’s #BanBossy Campaign

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I grew up in a family where you could say almost anything. The one thing you couldn’t say – at least without hearing about it from my Mom! – was “Shut Up!” Those words were strictly off-limits. That wasn’t the case at some of my friends’ houses. There, the “Shut Ups!” flew fast and furious…. Continue Reading »