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Chris Hughes Discusses New Approaches to Long-form Journalism

Chris Hughes Discusses New Approaches to Long-form Journalism

by Jeremy Pelofsky| June 6, 2013

Ketchum welcomed Chris Hughes, the new publisher and editor-in-chief of The New Republic, to our D.C. Media Team’s “Ketchum Conversations” series to discuss his venture to take the storied publication into a new era of journalism. The publication will celebrate its 100-year anniversary next year at a time when there are many questions about whether […]

Skirmishes Over Obama’s Cabinet Picks May Overshadow Policy Fights

Skirmishes Over Obama’s Cabinet Picks May Overshadow Policy Fights

by Jeremy Pelofsky| January 25, 2013

With the inaugural festivities winding down in Washington, D.C., attention will quickly shift to President Barack Obama’s nominations to fill his Cabinet – many of whom will have a significant impact on the direction of policy and therefore our country for the next four years. While some have attracted a bit of controversy, namely his […]

The Politics of Taxes…Over a Barrel, Heading for the Cliff

The Politics of Taxes…Over a Barrel, Heading for the Cliff

by Jeremy Pelofsky| November 2, 2012

With Election Day just a few days away, it is hard to believe that both President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney do, in fact, agree on a handful of major policy issues despite the deluge of television advertisements and campaign speeches arguing to the contrary. The United States is facing serious economic decisions on […]