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Several were criticized for their remarks, whether censure or praise, about the late Cuban president, as others tried to strike a neutral tone.
11/29/2016 2:47:59 PM
The airline has been struggling to become profitable against competition and after two fatal crashes affected its reputation. The decision surprised many.
11/23/2016 2:48:01 PM
The company’s chief said the move was ‘the biggest reform package in the history of [its] brand.’ The layoffs are part of a focus on new technologies and products.
11/21/2016 2:45:33 PM
Organizations are becoming increasingly particular about where they advertise. Here’s how execs reacted after a petition signature and letter from a ‘loyal Lego customer’ went viral.
11/16/2016 2:46:55 PM
Mondelez International said the decision to decrease the weight of the Swiss chocolate bars was due to rising ingredient costs, not Brexit. Brits were not amused.
11/9/2016 2:47:26 PM
The second-longest-serving U.S. attorney general has lost her battle with Parkinson’s, but her words continue to motivate and inspire.
11/8/2016 2:48:58 PM
The news channel said it was ‘completely uncomfortable’ learning that Donna Brazile, a contributor at the time, might have leaked primary questions to nominee Hillary Clinton.
11/2/2016 1:48:23 PM
As a buyout looks unlikely, the micro-blogging platform is reportedly planning to cut jobs, but it’s not the only organization giving employees bad news.
10/26/2016 1:47:19 PM
The company has halted production of its smartphone—and the device’s replacement—both of which have been known to catch fire. Can Samsung repair its image?
10/12/2016 1:47:39 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
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
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
The EU’s ruling body said the company purposefully skirted corporate taxes and owes the Irish government. CEO Tim Cook says the decision could affect jobs in that country.
9/1/2016 1:49:49 PM
The Olympic swimmer is taking steps to restore is image—including an interview on ‘Good Morning America’ and appearing on a reality show. Is it helping or hurting him?
9/1/2016 1:47:10 PM
The Los Angeles-based retailer is planning to move away from its roots, and loyal California fan base. How might that affect sales? Execs are hoping for a boost. Here's the scoop.
8/24/2016 1:48:55 PM