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On Wednesday, the Justice Department announced the indictment of 300 people for Medicare and Medicaid fraud totaling $900 million. Damage control is underway nationwide.
6/24/2016 1:48:41 PM
An alligator killed a 2-year-old boy at a Disney resort in Orlando. Top company officials reached out to his parents, and it closed all beaches at its Florida locations.
6/17/2016 1:48:31 PM
The makeup outfit is stuck in the mud this week after crisis managers faced harsh criticism over what they are calling self-censorship. Here’s a brief timeline of events.
6/10/2016 1:51:25 PM
The International Tennis Federation announced the athlete’s punishment for unintentionally doping. Some companies lent support; others kept their distance.
6/10/2016 1:48:37 PM
After authorities confirmed the musician died from an accidental overdose of fentanyl, health care and communications pros struggle on how best to handle the sensitive and often fatal issue.
6/9/2016 1:47:19 PM
Recently released information reveals more trouble for the ousted Fédération Internationale de Football Association president and two cohorts. His successor might be in hot water, too.
6/6/2016 1:52:09 PM
The organization’s team shot the 17-year-old ape after a young boy got through barriers and fell into the animal’s habitat. Many are criticizing the decision.
6/1/2016 1:48:18 PM
The German chocolate company became fodder for an anti-immigration group after its packages featured non-Caucasian soccer players’ childhood photos. Here’s how it responded.
5/27/2016 1:52:32 PM
The state’s attorney general is suing three of the pizza chain’s franchisees for stealing employee’s wages and alleges that the company’s headquarters encouraged it.
5/26/2016 1:46:03 PM
The Japanese automakers are scrambling in the wake of reports revealing that they rigged tests and submitted false data about their vehicles.
5/19/2016 1:48:05 PM
Amid fears over Zika and word of a U.S. investigation into claims of Russian athletes’ use of performance-enhancing drugs, the Summer Olympics in Brazil is indeed making news.
5/19/2016 1:45:31 PM
Fighting backlash over a report that platform curators suppressed certain viewpoints in its trends, its chief exec will speak face to face with conservative media figures.
5/17/2016 1:48:38 PM
The organization is again in crisis mode after French prosecutors say the $2 million bid was linked to individuals under investigation for corruption.
5/13/2016 1:48:14 PM
Last month, senior cadets uploaded a photo that drew sharp criticism and prompted an investigation. Here’s how the academy is responding—and how crisis PR has changed.
5/11/2016 1:48:23 PM
The retail chain said that its policy allowing transgender customers to use the bathroom with which they identify would stand because ‘everyone deserves to feel like they belong.’
4/27/2016 1:48:51 PM