What Paul Otellini taught me about bluster

When I learned of former Intel CEO Paul Otellini’s death this week, it wasn’t the big things about Paul that flashed through my mind—not his ushering in of the Wi-Fi era with Centrino laptop chips in 2003, not the massive restructuring of Intel he drove in 2006, not the surprising decision he made to retire … Read More > “What Paul Otellini taught me about bluster”

Trump’s real communications problem

When Donald Trump rotated through his first press secretary, Sean Spicer, and then the communications director Anthony Scaramucci, the president no doubt had high hopes for a new morning in America, where he finally would get the media coverage he deserves. But he keeps running up against two laws of communications physics. Because while the … Read More > “Trump’s real communications problem”