Posts Tagged "opinion by Nierenberg"

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Starr is Cool on Hot Seat Doesn’t Wilt; Changes Few Minds

Date:November 20, 1998

BY CORKY SIEMASZKO NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Friday, November 20, 1998, 12:00 AM Independent counsel Kenneth Starr got his moment in the spotlight yesterday and managed to avoid getting burned, image experts said. During the marathon Judiciary Committee hearing, the 52-year-old former judge stuck to his script and kept his …read more

Queen Honors Diana In Rare Tv Speech

Date:September 6, 1997

BY MICHELE MCPHEE, IN LONDON, PAUL SCHWARTZMAN, IN NEW, YORK NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Saturday, September 6, 1997, 12:00 AM Stung by charges that she is cold and aloof, Queen Elizabeth said yesterday in a rare television speech that the royal family shares the grief over Princess Diana’s death. Appearing …read more

I don’t care what he says, I know what he means.

Date:August 30, 1969

All people who talk to other people—whether in business negotiations or social conversation—have a tremendous advantage if they have an understanding of the messages being conveyed by the gestures of the participants. Gerard I. Nierenberg, a prominent New York attorney and a founder of the General Semantics Foundation, has written …read more