We’ve represented Paul Krugman since 1999, mounting publicity campaigns for 13 of his books, in addition to handling all media appearances for the Nobel Laureate, Distinguished Professor at the City University of New York Graduate Center, and columnist for The New York Times.
Beth Silver and Sarah Stewart Holland
I Think You’re Wrong (But I’m Listening) – A groundbreaking look out how to penetrate the nation’s toxic political divide by the authors of the acclaimed Pantsuit Politics podcast, Beth Silvers and Sarah Stewart Holland.
William H. Janeway
Doing Capitalism in the Innovation Economy - The Innovation Economy spawned new winners and losers, creating massive new wealth, and triggering a populist an anti-science revolt that’s future innovation in the green technology needed to combat climate change. Meanwhile the U.S. government has failed to address this growing gap and ease the shock to the economic losers of the Digital Revolution.
William Janeway is a venture capitalist and economist, was Vice Chair of the private equity firm Warburg Pincus where he remains a special limited partner.
Kathleen Stassen Berger
Grandmothering – Examines the crucial role of grandmothers in human evolution and survival to today and finds an undiminished need.
Kathleen Stassen Berger, a developmental psychology professor at the City University of New York… and grandmother.
Peter Fiekowksy and Carole Douglis
Climate Restoration – Warns that eliminating C02 emissions alone won’t be enough to save the planet from climate disaster and presents the carbon-sequestration technologies that will.
Peter Fiekowsky, an MIT-educated physicist, engineer, and entrepreneur; with Carole Douglis.
Barbara E. Kahn
The Shopping Revolution – An eye-opening look at how some brick-and-mortar stores are not only surviving but thriving, despite the onslaught of online retailers. Barbara E. Kahn is a Marketing Professor at The Wharton School of Business.
Politics and the Media - Explores how journalists, political institutions and social media compete – and influence each other – in a scramble to set the national agenda of an increasingly divided America.
Jane Hall is an award-winning journalist, media commentator and professor at the American University’s School of Communication in Washington, D.C.
We represented this world-renowned expert in management and leadership for True North, the first in a series of books, launching a business brand that assisted Bill George become a Harvard professor. George spent more than 30 years in executive leadership positions at major American technology companies, including Medtronic, which he built into the world’s leading medical technology business.
Jill S. Tietjen and Barbara Bridges
In Hollywood: Her Story, Jill S. Tietjen and Barbara Bridges tell the little-known story of women in the movies: how they filled prominent roles throughout the fledgling industry; during male dominance of the film world; and through recent years when women have worked to reclaim their place in the field.
We represented this pioneering environmentalist for multiple books over several decades. Lester Brown founded the Worldwatch Institute and the Earth Policy Institute, two non-profit think tanks, and had worldwide reach by focusing on the importance of environmental sustainability.
C. K. Prahalad
Academic, entrepreneur and author C.K. Prahalad’s ground-breaking book, The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid examines new business models that focus on providing goods and services to the Earth’s poorest, making the case for entrepreneurial opportunities in serving the billions of poor who live on less than $2 per day.
Ambassador Joseph Wilson
We helped Ambassador Joseph Wilson find a publisher and crafted a publicity campaign for The Politics of Truth, the author’s account of his questioning President George W. Bush’s assertion that Iraq was attempting to build nuclear weapons, which was the basis for the U.S. war in Iraq.
Monteiro & Company crafted and led the publicity campaign for Bloomberg by Bloomberg, introducing America to the Wall Street legend, telling the story of how a partner in a New York investment bank was fired at 39 and then revolutionized the world of financial data by first computerizing the industry. He founded a news media empire and became a philanthropic force before later becoming mayor of New York City and a national political figure.
Chase F. Robinson
An American historian of Islam, Chase F. Robinson is the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery and the Freer Gallery of Art of the Smithsonian Institution after previously serving as president of the City University of New York’s Graduate Center. Scheduled numerous television, radio, and online interviews for Robinson when his book suddenly became newsworthy upon President Trump’s ban on immigration from Muslim nations.
Close to the Sun: The Journey of a Pioneer Heart Surgeon tells how the son of British ex-pats who learned to track dangerous animals in colonial Africa went to America where he became a leading heart surgeon after helping to pioneer the use of the anti-rejection drug cyclosporin which made heart transplantation routine.
Montiero & Company represented Warren Bennis, an academic and pioneer in leadership studies who advised presidents and business executives, in the publication of a successful book on the subject.
In The Heart of the City, distinguished urban planner Alexander Garvin shares lessons on how the right mix of housing, business, mobility and improvements to the public realm is often the difference between successful and declining downtowns. Among Garvin’s projects: reimagining Manhattan’s post-Sept. 11th downtown, and waterfront development in Queens and Brooklyn.