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24 Jan Reputation of a Noble (Nobel) Prize

"For reputation is a funny thing. Scandal can destroy it overnight, of course, and the foundation’s trustees might fairly argue that their cautious approach has avoided that fate. But reputation can also slip away, unnoticed, as the world’s attention shifts elsewhere." This was a closing quote...

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16 Jan Small and Mid-Cap Company Reputation

Always enjoy finding some new data on the value of corporate reputation among different subsets of companies. Small and mid-cap companies believe that 28% of their value is attributable to reputation. Thus, the total value of corporate reputation for all UK listed companies could be...

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03 Oct Good company, good target

Have you wondered like me why firms that are good end up being good targets? Is being number 2 easier than being number 1? Maybe so. Fortune calls this the “good company, good target” phenomenon. In short, the more virtuous the company, the more problematic....

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01 May Reputation damage tops the lists of fears

The Global Risk Management Survey by AON is out for 2015. I always look forward to learning what is keeping 1,400 global risk management professionals up at night. This year, damage to reputation/brand is number one, having moved up from number four one year earlier. The...

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08 Jan A Reputation Recovery

The title of the article says it all, "Sailing through a scandal." Rupert Murdoch and his empire have turned the corner on reputation recovery. As you recall, News Corp was engulfed in scandal over the phone-hacking of a murdered schoolgirl's voicemails. According to The Economist where I...

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04 Jan Hurricane Gender Bias

Pretty surprising to learn how the convention of naming hurricanes impact death rates. Hurricanes named after women result in more deaths. A study by the National Academy of Sciences found that feminine-named hurricanes cause people to take them less seriously than masculine-named hurricanes. People are less prepared when...

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