Let’s say you were the incoming chairman of a professional association, and thought your organization was getting the short end of the stick from a pair of more powerful bodies. You might want to make a stink about it, and you might hit on Twitter as a suitable venue. And if your name was Ron A. Rhoades, and your organization was the National Association of Personal Financial Planners—and if you were taking on the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and the House of Representatives, you might tweet something like this: Read More
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