From the monthly archives:

December 2012

DIY Disaster Survival

by Jared Wade on December 19, 2012 · 0 comments

Each year, it seems that more and more disasters hit with increasing severity. September 11, the Indian Ocean tsunami, Katrina, Sichuan, Haiti, Japan, Sandy. Society has not been able to prevent their devastation, and the impact of each is still being felt today. Public-sector-led preparedness is the best defense, but all individuals should be ready as [...]

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As social media becomes more important to brands, companies have learned to embrace the marketing tool as a necessity. But many organizations don’t have the time it takes to build an audience of followers on Facebook and Twitter. This is where third party marketing agencies come in. But, as evidenced in recent legal headlines, the [...]

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Holiday parties can be a company’s best day of the year — or its worst. Usually, it falls somewhere in the middle, but all executives and human resources personnel need to make sure to avoid some key risks to ensure their day of merriment doesn’t turn into disaster. The following four guidelines from Jay Starkman [...]

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The Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation (IICF) held its annual benefit dinner last night at New York’s Waldorf Astoria hotel. The star-studded night for a good cause featured several speakers, including: David Brinkman, chairman of the board for IICF Paula Zhan, host and executive producer of “On the Case with Paula Zhan” and co-host of “NYC-ARTS” Hank Watkins, president [...]

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