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The Best Guarantors of Brand and Reputation Are Good People

by French Caldwell  |  May 1, 2014

Last week my colleagues Andrew Walls, Stessa Cohen and I published the "Regulated Social Media Survival Guide."  While not all enterprises have strict regulations that limit how they can use...

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Praise or Punishment? You Decide -- Take the poll

by French Caldwell  |  January 16, 2014

The comments from readers on this story about two Yale students who built an online course comparison service are as interesting as the story itself.  (Click here for poll.)  Aggregating...

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What's Your Fairness Index?

by French Caldwell  |  November 2, 2011

Many risk managers are still in a situation where they'd like to be able to contribute strategically, but they find themselves in the position of spending a lot of time...

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WikiLeaks, Twitter and the Risks to Political Order

by French Caldwell  |  February 8, 2011

Arguably if you are an authoritarian leader who is threatened to be deposed, you view social media that your opponents use to organize protests as a threat.  On the other...

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Crisis Management Is What You Do When Risk Management Fails

by French Caldwell  |  January 21, 2011

In the drugstore the other day, my wife was searching for Tylenol Cold and Flu.  She insists that’s the only thing that works when she has a cold and with...

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Spy vs Spy -- China and Google

by French Caldwell  |  January 13, 2010

So how about that Google -- they've finally come back to their core principle: Do No Evil. Not so fast, though.  With both Google and China, what's on the surface...

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Mind the Gap on Executive Pay

by French Caldwell  |  January 11, 2010

[caption id="attachment_223" align="alignright" width="418" caption="Chase Curve"][/caption] In the heyday that preceded the crash, banks did not take the public sentiment about huge bonuses seriously, but what's surprising is that since...

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