Mark Davis

Mark Davis

Mark Davis is a business consultant and writer in Washington, D.C., who advises many technology and other kinds of Fortune 500 companies.

A former White House speechwriter, Mark is now a frequent commentator and writer on politics, technology and the future. His writings have appeared in many of the world’s leading publications.

As a senior director of the Washington-based White House Writers Group, Mark has worked with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), as well with some of the nation’s leading telecommunications, Information Technology and defense-aerospace companies.

Mark has advised many companies about the political, regulatory and international positioning of their products and services. He has helped marshal public support for successful mergers of large national corporations. And he has helped companies manage their messaging in the face of class-action litigation with “bet-your-company” stakes.

A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and Stanford University, Mark has taught at U.C. Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, and lectured at some of the nation’s leading institutions.

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Digital assassins silently steal your content without attribution. Mark Davis joins Jim Blasingame to discuss types of digital assassins like “silent slashers” who steal or subvert the online content of others.
Is the notion of privacy outdated in modern society? Mark Davis joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the impact of modern technology on personal privacy and business brand control, and how to protect yourself and your business.