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Eric Garland 18 Jan 18
Replying to @ericgarland
Simpson: Well, Trump was basically a huge mobbed-up criminal from 2005 onward, especially with Russian deals. Hey, that's exactly when Jeff Zucker gave him his own show on NBC!
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Dr. Chris Rice 19 Jan 18
This is a terrible, terrible idea, and one which cannot achieve its stated purpose. Popularity is a poor determiner of accuracy & merit. He knows this. Otherwise, they could just use Likes as a metric for community trust.
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Con Franklin Jun 20
...and so we have a new buzzword here in Cannes. . Businesses who claim to be purpose-driven and talk a big ‘social good’ game, but don’t actually do anything or act on that.
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suedioh 77 Feb 23
Replying to @hamiltonnolan
The Oscars. The Emmys. The Grammys. The Tonys. The CMA. Peoples Choice. American Music Awards. Kids Choice. Is there any other industry that spends so much time telling themselves how wonderful they all are?
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Katie Martell Sep 9
56% of buyers say too many brands use societal issues as a ploy to sell more of their product. via
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HiMaui🌺🇵🇷✨ 27 Dec 17
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Hanover Fiste Aug 13
Very common at that level of societal debauchery.
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Trust is a license. Renew it. 7 Jul 18
Ghostwriters help public figures produce books. In this case Trump ghostwriter says he regrets his business subject
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Congregant of the Mighty-Church of Demon-Rats Jun 6
The biggest enemies facing Kirkland Ellis are the FBI . If AG William Barr is representative of their acumen, my bet is that Justice will prevail. Mediocre stab at FT
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BWD Aug 21
Replying to @pulte @mastruman and 8 others
Followed for the philanthropy, unfollowed for the Cernovich .
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Congregant of the Mighty-Church of Demon-Rats Jun 13
So are you saying that someone who has made his money as a gambler may have been laundering money to pay $500k for a purse? 🤔 Are you ?
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Mark W. Alexander 19 Sep 18
I am totally stealing as it is definitely a thing.
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barbara yarosz Jul 20
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Trish Lee Jun 11
Glamour-shots of a grifter is a witting accomplice of treason.
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José Delameilleure Jun 19
is a problem indeed. All companies want to show off how socially responsible they are, but most are only in it for the money. No wonder consumer trust is going down.
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Alexander Steinhart Oct 19
Is "Trustwashing" an issue? E.g. emphasizing that messages are encrypted while at the same time monetizing valuable "metadata" such as sender, recipient, time, frequency… Came up in a conversation with today.
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ASPIREsustainability Aug 18
You have heard of but have you heard of ? Woke-washing is polluting purpose. Wokewashing is when brands run purpose-driven campaigns, but fail to take real action. Also known as
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Duane Bailey Aug 21
While societal is an accelerant to purchase, 56% of global consumers surveyed are concerned that brands are taking victory laps on social issues w/out effecting any change: via
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Mark W. Alexander 19 Sep 18
The latest example of , or how the (thinks) they can get away with this shit. (Hint: It's because the have because we weren't paying attention.)
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Duane Bailey, MBA Aug 23
A lack of clarity around what it means for brands to be is leading to consumer confusion & mistrust. via
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