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Controversy is brewing in France. The Superior Council of French Language has suggested that the spelling of some words is changed in order to make them easier for school children to learn.Keep reading
- Views February 29, 2016
Watching the presidential debates and witnessing the ensuing personal debates happening in person and on Facebook between friends and family, has me frustrated. The major reason? It seems like no one really takes the time to listen to each other. We should take a minute and re-evaluate the importance of listening.
- Views February 26, 2016
In the age of social media with short bursts of insights captured in 140 characters or less, there are still classic books that are very much in vogue.Keep reading
- Views February 25, 2016
This is about to get personal.Keep reading
- Views February 22, 2016
Ron Rogers, a key member of our LA team, has passed away after a long illness. There’s so many great things I could say about Ron, but the most important thing to know is that he was a wonderful, genuine and caring person. I will miss him very much.
- Views February 16, 2016
Every year football’s biggest game generates a ton of buzz and excitement for various reasons. In our industry, and probably for majority of the non-sports fans, the commercials that are played throughout the game are what cause the anticipation and excitement.Keep reading
- Views February 9, 2016
Marketing executives working with the pharma, payer or provider sectors are often quoted that in today’s health marketplace, “The consumer is king.” If so, it’s a kingship with little authority and no ability to govern or have a dominant voice over decisions. Royalty – even without the right to rule – receive deferential regard from governing powers. This is not the case for U.S. consumers who remain adrift within the health system. Who is in charge of our health?Keep reading
- Views February 3, 2016
February is American Heart Month -- and no, it's not because of the heart-shaped Valentine's Day candy that's been on store shelves since New Year's Day. American Heart Month is about making strides in promoting heart health.
- Views January 28, 2016
If you were on any form of social media over this weekend, you probably noticed that people were generating and sharing passive aggressive memes and sharing them with their followers. These memes were generated based off of the viral Be like Bill meme that show how Bill is a far superior internet user than everyone else. i.e. “Bill doesn't use hashtags on every post. Bill is smart. Be like Bill.”