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Client Article for Area Development: Drawing Maturing Workforce Outside City Centers

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The president of AC client RIDC writes another article for Area Development and advises companies on how to successfully draw — and retain — a maturing urban workforce to urban fringe communities and beyond, by focusing on a location’s quality of life, high-level amenities and sense of community.  The complete article can be read here: Drawing a Maturing Urban Workforce Outside the Central Business District.

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AC Client Steel City Re Quoted In Wall Street Journal

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CEO Nir Kossovsky of AC client Steel City Re quoted in the Wall Street Journal article What Loss of Trust Costs Companies in Dollars and Cents. Excerpt:

The focus on reputation risk is not surprising, said Nir Kossovsky, the author of “Mission: Intangible: Managing Risk and Reputation to Create Enterprise Value.”

“The rage is greater, and amplification is greater, because of social media,” said Mr. Kossovsky said, who heads Steel City Re, a reputation insurance company that has its own index that estimates the economic impact of reputation risks.

He noted that more companies are recognizing reputation risks as material and disclosing them in their financials compared to a decade ago, according to his company’s research.

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Apparel Magazine: What to Do When Copyright Trolls Are Lurking

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Managing Partner Mark Peroff from NYC intellectual property law firm Peroff Saunders, an AC Client, writes an article for Apparel Magazine about how copyright trolls are becoming a serious issue for in the apparel industry and outlines steps for companies to protect themselves: Apparel Design and Creation: What to Do When Copyright Trolls Are Lurking.

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AC Client Redefines Reputation Risk in Article for QSR Magazine

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CEO Nir Kossovsky of AC Client Steel City Re redefines reputation risk and uses KFC running out of chicken as an example in his article for QSR Magazine: Why Reputation is a Vital Enterprise Risk, Not a Marketing Issue.

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