Lauren Bloom is a Washington, D.C., attorney, interfaith minister and author of the award-winning book, Art of the Apology: How, When and Why to Give and Accept Apologies.
Recent Articles By The Author
Wall Street Should Go Easy on Tesla
When a company is trying to engender major social change, a few bumps along the way shouldn't tank its share price.
Who's Minding the Kitchen at Kraft?
After a series of small but reportable mishaps, the credibility of Kraft's management may be in question.
When Stars Spread Hate
What does Phil Robertson's return to 'Duck Dynasty' mean for the future of controversial pitch people?
Religious Celebrations in the Workplace
Workers who are eager to celebrate their faith on the job can create massive legal headaches for their employers.
5 Reasons Why Business Should Support Gay Marriage
The fact is, married people spend a lot of money on houses, retirement and such. Plus, the marketplace ought to remain secular.
Mitt Romney: Job Creator or Corporate Raider?
The truth lies somewhere in the middle, but Romney does needs to shift his message if he wants to increase his appeal with individual voters.
Top 10 Things Romney Should Not Do If Elected
Bombing Syria would be a bad idea, as would repealing Dodd-Frank or Health Care Reform before you have something better in place.
10 Reasons Obama Will Be Re-Elected
The president ended the Iraq war, killed Osama bin Laden and is overseeing an economic recovery. Plus, he's cute.
Where Do the Candidates Stand on China?
The candidates' economic and human rights policies on China appear unprepared to take on Obama.
Did Prison Ruin Martha Stewart?
Her brand, flourishing before her insider-trading conviction, now seems in decline.