Ever wonder why Christmas music seems to start so early each year? It’s all about dollars and, if you’ll pardon the pun, ‘sense’ with Crain’s Detroit Business reporter Bill Shea taking a look in this week’s issue. His comprehensive examination shows that stations such as WNIC play more of such music because more of us listen, … Continued
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If you’re trying to learn about litigation communications, the best examples won’t be found in the obvious places. Most communications case studies focus on the defendant side of a lawsuit, perhaps rightly so for the important fact finding and nuances of speech necessary to successfully navigate the turbulent waters of crisis communications. But in the … Continued
With the explosion of sexual harassment stories in recent weeks, it feels like the longtime culture of secrecy around the subject is finally starting to erode. But there’s one aspect of this culture that should be discussed more and that’s the double standard between politicians and just about everyone else when it comes to sexual … Continued
It’s spreading like wildfire with more women rightly fanning the flames with increasing allegations of sexual harassment and assault. The industries may vary – entertainment, news media, politics – but the playbook is the same: Women allegedly violated by men in a position of power over them, happening in a past climate of threatened careers … Continued
A year ago, Barbara McQuade was the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan, leading the U.S. Department of Justice’s prosecution teams in and around Detroit. Last night, she was a guest on MSNBC’s “Hardball,” as a regular on the cable channel’s talk shows. How did that happen? On March 10th of this year, … Continued