We recently wrote about how “The Fearless Girl” statue on Wall Street came to be. As a result of the decision by Mayor Bill de Blasio to keep the statue up through February 2018, the artist behind the “Charging Bull” …
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“Fearless Girl” Statue and PR Controversy
Tag Archives: Wall Street
April 4, 2017 – 9:19 am
There’s been a great many stories about “The Fearless Girl” statue that appeared on Wall Street to confront the “Charging Bull” statue the night before International Women’s Day. The idea has been so profound and popular that New York Mayor …
By Dean Goldman | | |