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State of the Union Address 2013: Who Won – Obama or Rubio?

It was a wild news night last night. You could see it in CNN’s coverage of the State of the Union address. The SOU was almost overshadowed by the events surrounding the frenzied culmination of the manhunt for Christopher Dorner, the ex-Los Angeles police officer carrying out a vendetta against his police brethren. I half […]

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Buzz Remained High as the Baton Passed on to Running Mates

The first vice president of the United States, John Adams, famously described the job of the vice president as “the most insignificant office that ever the invention of man contrived.” My, how times have changed and evolved. The office of the vice president has grown substantially in power, influence and importance, particularly at the turn […]

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Consumers Rely On User Generated Content for Information about Medications

Earlier this week, we hosted a webinar on the importance of monitoring your brand in the healthcare space. Prior to the webinar, our CARAVAN team–which offers a suite of omnibus surveys- conducted an online survey that illustrated just how important social media is to healthcare marketers. Our research found that 67% of people rely on […]

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Asking for Employees’ Social Media Passwords is bad for Business

Online privacy has been a growing issue over the last few years, but a new practice of employers requesting access to potential and even current employees’ social media accounts (e.g. Facebook, Twitter) has brought it to the forefront. It has become such a hot topic that Maryland is on the cusp of becoming the first […]

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