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COP27 on Twitter Was a Digital Town Square of Bots

Whenever a big political event takes place on Twitter, you know with absolute certainty that the bots will follow. From this perspective, COP27 didn’t disappoint.

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Inside the Tent

How can the world's heaviest emitters draw in an increasingly mission-driven generation of talent?

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How Not to Answer Tough Questions

Impact Insights by Kekst CNC provides four practical tips you can use next time you’re communicating - with the media, employees, peers or investors.

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Neglect Measurement at Your Own Risk

Measurement is one of the least-loved words in communications. Long misunderstood and often downright avoided, many communications professionals fail to recognize measurement as a demonstration of business impact.

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Margins Matter in Politics, Too. Why a Narrow GOP Majority Would Hurt Business

Without a broad margin, the presumed House Speaker-in-Waiting Kevin McCarthy could, at any moment, find himself at the mercy of any faction of his caucus that wants to make demands about any issue it chooses.

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Takeaways from the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China

Every five years, during the National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) the Party elite gathers to elect new leadership. Traditionally, China’s President delivers a lengthy report summarizing its progress since the last Congress and shares the outlook on international and domestic developments.