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These Advertisers Are Fleeing Bill O'Reilly's Show
The exodus follows reports that the Fox News personality sexually harassed female employees.
Hyundai Pulls Upcoming Ads From 'O'Reilly Factor' Amid 'Disturbing' Allegations
The decision comes after a bombshell New York Times investigation into sexual harassment claims made against Fox News host Bill O'Reilly.
"Seoul Man" Frank Ahrens on Corporate Life in Korea
shareholder advocate, movie critic
He learned "a totally different definition of what it meant to be crowded, what it meant to be rude, what it meant to be
"Duke of Oil"
Humor columnist, The Stamford Advocate
"When you change the oil in my car," I wondered, "do you use extra-virgin olive oil?" "You're a New York driver," I pointed
The 2017 Hyundai Elantra Pairs Well With the Eco-Luxurious Sandpearl Resort in Clearwater
There is so much to do in the little Florida paradise of Clearwater, Florida, but one standout rising above it all is the Sandpearl Resort. After all, Clearwater has had a good reputation for years as a beach destination since the beaches are both secluded or family-friendly -- take your pick.
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Unaoil's Huge New Corporate Bribery Scandal, Explained
Akbar Shahid Ahmed
Here's what you need to know.
Branded Content: The Currency of Connection
Brand advocate, corporate leader, Chinese consumer expert
The rise of "content" is a fundamental 21st century marketing phenomenon. But is "advertising," deliberate messages broadcast at one time to swathes of people, dead?
CULTURE & ARTS
Pilobolus' "Shadowland:" A Fairytale in Dance
We all have something to hide. Usually, we bury it deep inside the caverns of ourselves, where no one can find it. It's a secret, a wild whisper so engrained that we can't dismiss it. It's our shadow. And it follows us everywhere.
Common vs. Corporate Criminals
Economist and Author
"Little crime" carries a personal liability while "big crime" does not. Any reform of the U.S. criminal justice system needs to correct this inequity.
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Google's Self-Driving Car Project Just Stepped Up Its Game
It's starting to look less like Google and more like its own company.
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Certified Pre-Owned: Do or Don't?
Executive Editor - Autotrader
There are three types of answers I just can't stand to hear. Any answer that begins with an all-knowing "So...," "Yes and no," or "It depends," all drive me completely bananas. On the surface, these answers seem weak and evasive, but dig deeper.
FIFA Sponsors Must Act Now to Save the Game
Internet Lawyer, Host of Cyber Law and Business Report and Awa...
FIFA's principal sponsors Adidas, Budweiser, Coca-Cola, Hyundai and McDonalds have done nothing more than issue tepid statements "expressing concern". So if confirmed reports of slave labor and a Justice Department call for cleaning house are not sufficient to take action, what is?
Women's Delegation to Cross the DMZ
Director, Foreign Policy In Focus and Editor, LobeLog; Author ...
We need symbolic acts that capture the world's attention and help shift all the major players in the direction of negotiations.
Hyundai's Daddy-Daughter Spot You Must Watch to Believe
Christopher A. Brown
What these automakers understand, however, is that beyond these consumers being men, they're fathers. These automakers understand the growing influence of the fatherhood role on today's man and how powerful that identify has become.
Hyundai Helped A Teen Send A Loving Message To Her Astronaut Father -- All The Way In Space
A recent video from Hyundai shows the process of creating a message large enough for the Houston teen’s astronaut father
Hyundai Sends Daughter's Message To Dad In Space
Hyundai teamed with a 13-year-old girl in its latest marketing campaign and used its cars to do something we’ve never seen before: Send a note to space.
Is This the Car of Our Future?
Technology Reporter and Historian
Bottom line: it's much easier to imagine a future where little or no GHGs are produced with everyone driving hydrogen cars than it is with gasoline- or rechargeable electric-powered cars.
Wrap Up the Hyundai Sonata for a Holiday in New Orleans
Christmas New Orleans style is all about the food, the people and the atmosphere so why not take a break this holiday season in the Big Easy where there is something going on continuously during the month of December.
Got Science? The Lesson in Hyundai's $100 Million Fine
Editorial Director, Union of Concerned Scientists
Hyundai and Kia, it turns out, submitted data to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that overstated the fuel economy on some 1.2 million of their 2011, 2012 and 2013 cars by one to six miles per gallon depending on the model.
Hyundai Elantra Takes a Ride in Bavaria
While other European countries might be a bit disconcerting when it comes to driving, Germany is a breeze. The roadways are easy to navigate and the little picturesque towns are more than welcoming.
Brands Give Their All for the 2014 World Cup
CEO, For Eyes by GrandVision
As we find ourselves in the middle of global World Cup fever, I can't wait to see what brands have in store to continue to engage consumers, and what country will take home the cup.
"Miles to Go Before It Sleeps"
Humor columnist, The Stamford Advocate
Like the guy who never changed the brakes on his car. "I keep the Mustang in the garage for six months," Mary said. "When
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