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When the Truth Doesn’t Sell, Just Make It Up
September, 21, 2016 by Tom Martin
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I just saw the new Clint Eastwood movie, "Sully," about the miracle landing on the Hudson River of US Airways Flight 1549 in January of 2009. It was a very entertaining movie, with a marvelous performance by Tom Hanks, in the title role of Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, who became an instant hero when he guided the Airbus A320, crippled by a bird strike, to a safe water landing on the...

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​'Telling a Good Story Well' - #PageAnnual Closes in London
September, 14, 2016 by Eliot Mizrachi
Screenwriter, Director, and Producer Richard Curtis

"I like to think about the work that we do as the tortoise in the race for the hope of mankind." – Richard Curtis, Award-winning Screenwriter, Director & Producer According to Melissa Fleming of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, there are 65 million people today who have been forcibly displaced from their homes due to violence, conflict or persecution, with 24 more joining them...

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…Or Are We? Purpose, People & Profits = #PageAnnual Day Two in London
September, 13, 2016 by Eliot Mizrachi
Unilever CEO Paul Polman

"If a company can't explain its purpose, then what's the purpose of that company?" – Paul Polman, CEO, UnileverIf you missed it, check out our Day One recap, "We're All Screwed."Kicking off a day that swept from businesses serving a broader societal purpose to the intractable inability of capitalism to serve the interests of labor, Unilever CEO Paul Polman offered hope for the future of...

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​We're All Screwed...#PageAnnual Opens in London
September, 11, 2016 by Eliot Mizrachi
Martin Wolf and Darcy Keller of the Financial Times

"It was all insane. The referendum was an asinine idea…I think we are screwed." – Martin Wolf, Chief Economics Commentator, Financial TimesIt wasn't all doom and gloom, but the profound economic impact that the current social and political environment is likely to trigger was front and center on this first day of the Page Society Annual Conference in London. The conference, set upon exploring a...

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