The goal of corporate communication, it often seems, is to strip words of their thorny, inconvenient connotations until we’re left with something innocuous but ugly.
The goal of corporate communication, it often seems, is to strip words of their thorny, inconvenient connotations until we’re left with something innocuous but ugly. George Breisacher KRT
The goal of corporate communication, it often seems, is to strip words of their thorny, inconvenient connotations until we’re left with something innocuous but ugly. George Breisacher KRT

Liz Cook: Corporate world of confusion creates frankenwords

March 20, 2015 10:00 AM

UPDATED March 20, 2015 04:59 PM

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