By Christian Munson American Airlines’ new logo generated a lot of press about its “new” brand recently. Don’t believe the hype! AA’s graphic design and presentation has changed, and I love it. The new symbol on the fuselage is a nice evolution of old to new, [...]
By Mike Mulvihill NPR ran a segment today (What’s Driving College Costs Higher?) featuring Kevin Carey, the director of the Education Policy Program at the New America Foundation, portraying the nation’s growing student debt crisis as the result of excessive spending by colleges and universities, which drives up tuition, and declining government support for public [...]
For hospitals focusing on positioning themselves for the pending changes associated with healthcare reform, communication will be a critical ingredient to their success.
By Mike Mulvihill After a week of speculation, by the time this post is viewed BP will have likely announced that Tony Hayward is headed to Siberia. Fitting that Hayward would be sent to Russia, where he will help manage BP’s joint venture there. Perhaps the most deviled person in America, Hayward is the guy [...]
by Geoff Livingston Joan of Arc by D.B. King Since the holiday shopping crush has begun in earnest, perhaps we can acknowledge one of the great undercurrents of our time, the rise of the female economy. To quote Harvard Business Review, “Women now drive the world economy.” This reality will become even more obvious as [...]