Meaningful types of sharing increase the likelihood that people will purchase, use and recommend a brand.
NEW YORK: Consumer Reports’ Kevin McKean shared a few statistics from the company’s annual report on Internet privacy and security at a roundtable discussion held at NYU on Thursday night. Shortly thereafter, a panel of experts wondered aloud whether the privacy controls belong on the social networks or on the people who use them.
In this episode of “Cubes,” we take a VIP tour of the swanky New York headquarters of Edelman, a global PR firm known for representing big-time companies like Wal-Mart, Microsoft, and Starbucks. The office boasts a giant rooftop terrace, a calming Wellness Room, a custom-made touchsreen wall, and a vast collection of artwork, plus there’s even a hunk of the Berlin Wall on display.