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Canadian harp seal. Copyright IFAW 2104 The IFAW, the International Fund for Animal Welfare is dedicated to protecting and saving animal species around the world. For more than forty years, IFAW has worked to provide hands-on assistance to animals in need, from Elephants in Africa to Tigers in Asia to cats and dogs. Show More Summary

The Friend of My Banker Is My Friend. Are You Kidding Me?

Actually, I am not. Well, at least a qualified not. What has long roiled the waters of Occupy and like movements is the role taken by the TBTF (Too Big To Fail) banks and their supporters. It is well established that Wall Street, not Main Street, is the villain for leading the U.S. Show More Summary

Embracing the Female Executive Title As a CEO and Advocate

This week is the 11th annual gathering of people from the Advertising and Media communities for Advertising Week (#AWXI) in New York City. I'm thrilled that I was invited by Arianna Huffington to participate alongside experts and other...Show More Summary

Customer Engagement: Developing a Healthy Alliance Between Brand and Consumer

Today, every brand competes over how well they can engage their customers, whether their customer is a business or a consumer. Data drives successful marketing campaigns, and successful campaigns deliver engaged customers. Whether B2B...Show More Summary

Here's Why the World Doesn't Need a 'Yahoo for Men'

In a world steeped in miserable estrogen, tampons, squalling babies, mascara and stilettos -- dominated by a blur of lactating breasts, mommy porn, hemlines, and feelings -- one man has had enough. James Heckman, former head of global media strategy at Yahoo!, has launched, an online portal dedicated to all things men. Show More Summary

How Free Should Speech Be?

Recently, I was invited to speak at Utah Valley University's Center for Constitutional Studies Constitution Day conference. It was a great experience to reach across traditional scholarly boundaries to discover new ways of looking at old problems. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Martin Sorrell: Investment in AppNexus Allows WPP to Compete with Google and Facebook

With its recent investment and technology exchange with AppNexus, WPP will  have the technology platform to compete against companies like Google's DoubleClick and Facebook's Atlas, says Sir Martin Sorrell, WPP chief executive, in this...Show More Summary

Has ESPN Turned Into the TMZ of Sports?

Since 1979, ESPN has been the premiere source for sports information, highlights, games and opinions of some the greatest athletes we have ever seen play their respective sports. It seems, however, that over the past decade they have slowly been turning into a centerpiece of controversy, intrusion and just another outlet for trash reporting. Show More Summary

Why Your Viral Video Strategy Is a Waste of Time

What have you seen historically in terms of the amount of viral video (or attempts), and which brands have actually had success in going viral? Going viral has everything to do with the rate of market adoption of a video, or a collection of videos, that are thematically related as part of a brand campaign. Show More Summary

Navigating the Vapor: How to Discover Real Value in 2014 Ad Tech

During the Stone Age, if you didn't invent the wheel it was hard to fake it. Most glaring, you did not have a wheel. Even the most eloquent cave-side etchings from a Stone Age PR firm couldn't spin this fact. The frothy, convoluted world of 2014 digital advertising is less clean-cut. Show More Summary

The 'New York Times' Publishes Racist Comic About India's Space Mission

Last week, India became the first Asian nation to reach Mars, and the first in the world to do so on its first attempt. The spacecraft called Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) in English and "Mangalyaan" or "mars craft" in Hindi was launched...Show More Summary

Behind the Scenes of Our Tense Segment on The Daily Show

Migizi is a member of the 1491s, the comedy group that was featured on The Daily Show last week. A couple of weeks back, the 1491s got an email from a producer at The Daily Show hosted by Jon Stewart. They were recruiting for a panel discussion regarding the Washington Redskins, and the mascot controversy that surrounds the team. Show More Summary

The Difference We Haven't Overcome: Why the Color Line Endures in America

Before the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, recedes in the rear-view mirror, let's be straight with ourselves about what the events surrounding his death tell us about race in America. Lesson one is that race -- an artificial...Show More Summary

Dear Jim Sleeper, Not Everything Is About Yale

Jim Sleeper has been a fairly prolific HuffPost writer on Singapore, mostly because of the Yale-NUS College that appears to have caused him no small amount of personal grief. He has written about Singapore's repressive online website licensing regime and the Little India riot. Show More Summary

When Prison Guards Kill Inmates: Florida's Prison Massacre Revealed

Prisoners are forgotten people. Locked away, they are totally out of sight, and even more out of mind. Yet prisoners are among society's most vulnerable populations. Like children, they are completely dependent on others for everything from food to clothing to medical care. Show More Summary

GOP Continues to Blow Off Rule About Not Criticizing the President During Wartime

The biggest news of the past 10 days: President Obama launched the first sorties into Syria, targeting ISIS terrorists. Within 24 hours, however, Republicans everywhere decided to turn an awkward salute into a near-impeachable crimeShow More Summary

The Customer Journey Officer: The New CMO

I thought I was going to be a journalist. I wrote for my high school and college newspapers and interned for several newspapers, covering everything from school board meetings in Sunrise Florida to murders in Miami to Capitol Hill and the Delaware poultry industry. But life happened. Show More Summary

The Nantucket Project Offers More Than Red Pants

John Kerry and Nancy Gibbs (photo: Meghan Brosnan) Sometime around noon on Friday, I squeezed into a packed Jet Blue flight from JFK with 99 other passengers, most of whom were attending The Nantucket Project (TNP). TNP bills itselfShow More Summary

Native Programming: Why Killer Content Is Crucial

Of all the topics that get bounced around the industry these days, few generate the polarized reaction that "native advertising" does within the digital news cycle. On one side, native advertising has been hailed as the savior of the publishing industry. Show More Summary

The Facade of Social Media

How relevant is social media to your life? Do you follow the rules of Instagram? Are you cordial with your Twitter followers? Is your Facebook up to date? With the rapid increase in the presence of social media worldwide, I fear we have slowly become dependent on it. Show More Summary

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