Eric Dezenhall

Dezenhall Resources

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Founder and CEO of Dezenhall Resources in Washington, DC, and an expert in corporate and political crisis management and damage control; author of Damage Control: Why Everything You Know about Crisis Management Is Wrong and The Devil Himself: A Novel; former staffer in the Communications Department of the Reagan White House

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Occupy Wall Street  has spread to Boston, where Mayor Thomas Menino ordered arrests early this morning, even though he says he agrees with the protesters' issues.

Does Occupy Wall Street Have a Future?

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