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The Ground War – What it Takes to Become No. 45

The final days of Presidential campaigns are not glamourous. They are hard work. There is little sleep. Everybody is stressed. Campaign staffers have planned for months, if not years for this moment. The “ground game” always matters, but when candidates are polling within three to five points of one another, the campaign with the better field operation usually wins....
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100 Days Recap: Health Care Reform

Why is it so hard to pass a repeal and replace plan now that they have control of the White House and both chambers of Congress? Particularly when the President seems unconcerned about what they pass, just that they pass something so he can check it off on his list of accomplishments. The answer is both simple and complicated....
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100 Days Recap: A Global Perspective

The Trump administration has ushered in an era of decreased predictability and increased risk. Uncertainty may sometimes be the right approach when dealing with enemies, but it can be a serious danger for allies and companies that need to understand their environment to be able to make investments in security and the economy....
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100 Days Recap: A New Creative Community Blooms

A strong resistance has given birth to a newfound explosion of creativity since Trump's inauguration: Individually, collectively and organizationally....
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100 Days Recap: Deals and Finance

Deal-making has gotten tougher and more politicized. This is a global phenomenon with implications for companies everywhere. We are definitely in a new world, where nationalist and populist pressures combine with political and regulatory activism to challenge multinationals....
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Technology Companies

As President Trump’s first 100 days in office conclude, we can all breathe a sigh of relief; the frenetic pace of executive actions will finally cease. ...
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100 Days Recap: Media Disruption

In the waning years of the Obama administration, media and tech reporters said the social web had disrupted the business model for legacy news publishers, forcing rounds of layoffs in newsrooms throughout the country. ...
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