Is Simone Biles the greatest gymnast of all time? Many sports commentaries, historians, and fans believe she is. Better than Nadia? Better than Olga? Better than Mary Lou? Better even than her good friend, Gabby? The fact that all of these women can be identified simply by their first name is proof enough they are … [Read more…]
All management comes with inherent risks, checks and balances, and rewards. The key is knowing where that line between risk and reward is, and how to reduce the former while maximizing the latter. Sometimes, though, leaders take it on themselves to assume a huge amount of risk in order to reap massive rewards.
For days on end, millions of Americans watched, glued to TVs and mobile devices, as one of America’s favorite vacation destinations burned. The Smoky Mountains were on fire, and the flames have spread to Gatlinburg.
Citizens of France were surprised but not necessarily shocked with current President Francois Hollande announced he would not seek re-election in 2017. The sitting president admitted rampant unpopularity as one of the key factors, though his speech took on a combative tone when he spoke about the conservative wing of French politics.
As the 2016 financial calendar gets closer to its final pages, analysts in the United Kingdom are keeping a close eye on the state of the national economy months after the historic Brexit referendum to leave the European Union.
It may very well be the most anticipated final season since Seinfeld hung it up years ago. After six trendsetting seasons, Game of Thrones, one of TV’s most celebrated, vilified and mesmerizing programs is coming to an end with a final season that promises to be epic, sweeping and, ultimately, final, both for the story … [Read more…]
Well, it’s happened. Ever since an NFL player – you know who it was – opted to sit during the National Anthem, folks have been clamoring for someone to lose a sponsor over what they deem to be an outrage. Now someone has, and it’s not Colin Kaepernick.
The internet is alive with news that Zuckerberg bought homes surrounding his own just to tear them down, perhaps out of spite. But as anyone in PR knows, there is often more to the story than at first meets the eye — for better or for worse.
Maybe you’ve heard this one: someone posts something they think is innocuous or innocent on Twitter, and suddenly mobs are swarming them, blowing up their phone and tablet and laptop with notifications and saying things that would offend the average 13-year-old boy.