China

Last night I read an article about the Kemp Forum on Expanding Opportunity in South Carolina where six Republicans running for the presidential nomination appeared. It mentioned that Republican Carly Fiorina was absent because she had missed her flight. I don't recall the last time I had read something like that...

Reputation loss is everywhere. Just saw this article about reputational issues in China and the importance of building trust in products and services and providing a foundation built on social responsibility. "According to official data, corporate trust failures in China are causing economic losses of...

Another exciting day (despite the clouds and threatening rain here in NY). Weber Shandwick's research was covered in today's WSJ. B8. In the print edition. Can't send you a link (although here is one if you can get in) to the online version since you...

   Good news. Corporate responsibility makes it through the recession. Hurrah. An article in the Financial Times by Michael Skapinker supports his argument by citing that despite the recession where people are cutting down on premium foods, only about 10% have cut back on ethical...

On my second trip to Beijing this year, I come away again with admiration and awe at brand China. In fact, in a speech I gave at a conference, I commented on the rise of brand China and the ascendency of brand Obama. The two...

I watched the opening ceremonies for the summer Olympics in China on TV last night. I was awestruck and exhilarated. The reputation of China and its people could only have been enhanced by the exquisite beauty and deep thought that went into the production. As...