“Don’t let anyone put limitations on what you can achieve”
Walking up to the microphone to address a graduating class inBoca Raton’sFloridaAtlanticUniversitylast week must have felt like a victory lap for Ralph de la Vega.
On Dec. 8., the former child refuge, who overcame huge obstacles on his way to becoming the president and CEO of AT&T…
Chelsea Clinton joins list powerful families’ offspring to land choice spots
Former first-daughter Chelsea Clinton will make her journalistic debut tomorrow as special correspondent for NBC’s newsmagazine “RockCenter.” With that, she joins a select group of sons and daughters of America’s most influential families (see infographic) who landed some of TV’s much-prized news reporting spots.
Crisis communications experts say show; don’t tell
If there is ever a time when a picture is really worth more than a thousand words, it’s probably during a disaster.
That’s the lesson that Georgia Power and Alabama Power learned this year when bad weather tore through their states, leaving thousands of people stranded for days.
Social media proved…
In yet one more example of old ways of communication adapting to new media, Western Union is bringing back singing telegrams, this time delivered not by humans but by your trusty email.
The company introduced the singing telegram in 1933 to change the association of telegrams with bad news such as death, according to The New…
After many years in the corporate world, in 2009 I decided to fly solo as an independent communicator. However, even though things went well from the beginning, friends did not really believe I was serious about my business until I launched my website. Then, it clicked.
I had a website; ergo, I existed.
That was then. Now,…