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The retailer is parting ways with the chief board members initially hired to pep up the brand. Here’s why.
9/28/2016 1:56:53 PM
In a highly anticipated speech, Rahm Emanuel calls for community, mentorship and increased police presence. Crisis communicators weigh in on forward strides, as well as missteps.
9/26/2016 1:51:34 PM
The country’s ‘fertility day’ campaign has previously received backlash, and its new pamphlet for the effort wasn’t met with a better reaction.
9/23/2016 1:52:26 PM
Wireless Emergency System notifications assist federal authorities in communicating with the general public. What role do they play in national security threats? Here’s the scoop.
9/21/2016 1:49:56 PM
Executives at the well-known entertainment company are growing tired of Netflix’s success. To retain talent and bolster its image, Fox is filing suit. Here are statements from both sides.
9/20/2016 1:52:01 PM
League commissioner Roger Goodell says the ‘Play Smart. Play Safe’ effort focuses on prevention and treatment of head injuries. Still, some question the PR around the launch.
9/19/2016 1:47:58 PM
The maelstrom of coverage on news and social media ranges from lung capacity to lividity. Top aides’ admission that they ‘could have done better’ hasn’t brought much comfort to the public
9/16/2016 1:49:29 PM
In light of the recently passed HB2 law, the college sports conglomerate will relocate a slew of 2016-17 championship games. Here are statements from both sides.
9/15/2016 1:53:03 PM
The phone that’s prone to explode is no longer permitted on most airplanes. Here’s how execs communicated the new policy.
9/15/2016 1:48:18 PM
As more NFL gridders opt to take a knee or raise a fist during the national anthem before games, companies and teams seek to strike a delicate balance in responding.
9/14/2016 1:51:01 PM
Unrelated reputational firestorms compel the bank to apologize twice within five days—but a lesson emerges: When in trouble, get backup.
9/12/2016 1:46:58 PM
A Florida congressman’s mosquito-filled jar garnered attention on Twitter and YouTube. In Miami, residents protested to prevent aerial spraying of a controversial pesticide.
9/9/2016 1:51:49 PM
‘Words matter,’ a State Department spokesperson said. The Filipino leader’s PR team expressed regret in the wake of the comments.
9/8/2016 1:52:34 PM
The media outlet is shelling out a record-breaking settlement. Here’s who’s getting what, and how media professionals issued a variety of apologies and statements.
9/8/2016 1:49:49 PM
One of America’s largest for-profit college chains was forced to shut down this week, terminating employees en masse and leaving students with limited options.
9/8/2016 1:47:04 PM