Ben Carson Biography: Amid Media Scrutiny, Can Republican Presidential Candidate Keep Blaming The Press For Stories’ Inconsistencies?

November 9, 2015 | International Business Times

Apologies don’t always work in modern divisive politics says Eric Dezenhall to the IB Times regarding the increased media scrutiny alleging that Ben Carson is being less than truthful.

Here’s Why Ben Carson Can Survive His Current Crisis

November 6, 2015 | The Fiscal Times

The Fiscal Times asked Dezenhall if he thought Ben Carson would survive, after being on top, the scandal about his characterization of a West Point Scholarship. Dezenhall states, “This is a strange election season in that the old rules of…Read More

Spare Us the Jeb Image Makeover

November 4, 2015 | Medium

Jeb Bush hired an image consultant, but image makeovers rarely work in politics. The perception of the “packaged politician” i.e., Presidents Kennedy, Reagan and Obama is false. What is true is that these politicians already had mass appeal and were…Read More

UNREDACTED, Rachel Mardsen

November 3, 2015 | UNREDACTED

Listen to Eric Dezenhall’s November 3, 2015 segment with Rachel Marsden on her blog talk radio show UNREDACTED where they discuss his book, Glass Jaw, Politics 2016 and the spin industry. To listen to Eric’s segment (starts at about 39:58)…Read More

Gutting Through the VW Crisis

October 14, 2015 | Huffington Post

Eric Dezenhall provides five points to debunk common misperceptions as they relate to the Volkswagen scandal. Eric goes on to say that he feels it’s not crisis management but it’s more akin to “crisis digestion” that VW is going through,…Read More

What Volkswagen Is Doing Right and Wrong to Address Its Diesel Scandal

October 14, 2015 | Automobile Magazine

Eric Dezenhall is quoted in Automobile Magazine about what Volkswagen is doing to manage its diesel emissions scandal.

Take Surge Pricing to the Limit. Then Go Further.

October 9, 2015 | The New York Times

The New York Times’ John Schwartz asks Eric Dezenhall about why Martin Shkreli the Turing Pharmaceutical executive who raised its drug Daraprim price to $750 a pill from $13.50 was vilified so quickly. Read the article for Eric’s simple answer.

What VW Needs To Do To Survive Its Biggest Scandal

October 7, 2015 | NPR

Dezenhall on NPR: The VW crisis has to endure the predictable stations of marketplace penance and in the long term it will probably emerge successfully from its crisis.

VW in the ‘Fiasco Vortex’

September 24, 2015 | Huffington Post

Will VW survive? Yes. But, they have to make it through the ‘Fiasco Vortex’. The first step will be to accept that their challenges run deeper than public relations.

Volkswagen Recall: Repairing The Carmaker’s Reputation Will Take Years And Won’t Be Fixed By Firing The CEO

September 21, 2015 | International Business Times

The Volkswagen scandal will take years for the company to fix its reputation. It’s much more complicated that just firing the CEO.

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