Theresa May & Hillary Clinton: Do we watch their words or wardrobes?
The Eloquent Woman
NOVEMBER 6, 2013
When she ran for the U.S. Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Afterward, colleagues pointed out that the wardrobe of UK Home Secretary Theresa May also has been frequently covered and discussed. Senate and then as U.S. While Clinton is now a familiar figure in U.S.
Investor Relations: Shrinking niche in communications
Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter
NOVEMBER 26, 2011
In 1997, at its peak, there were 7,000 listed on U.S. In its special edition "The World in 2012," [not online] THE ECONOMIST has a section of the loss of confidence in public companies. On U.S. Donfiore - Dreamstime.com.
You don’t have to be Barack Obama to use rhetoric and imagery to discuss the financial crisis
DECEMBER 17, 2008
Our climb will be steep", as he did in his victory speech in Chicago, but conjuring up images of journeys and hills isn't the kind of thing that professionals like economists and bankers can do. Complicated it may be, but here we have a Nobel prize-winning economist (Joseph Stiglitz) talking about an economy going into "a tailspin", using a contrast (between two points in time and two contrasting facts) followed by a medical metaphor (“the cure is worse than the disease”).
Designing Choreographies for the New Economy of Attention
JUNE 23, 2009
Human attention-structures work differently from goods and services and will require a new kind of economics and a new kind of economist. The economists have not realized this yet, but then neither have the rest of us. In 2007, two thirds of U.S. 1997. "A