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Twitter users said the men's shirt made light of sexual assault and rape. Brand managers apologized after the item was removed from its website.
3/17/2016 1:48:50 PM
The Russian tennis star announced that she had failed the Australian Open’s drug test, telling reporters, ‘I made a huge mistake.’
3/9/2016 2:48:38 PM
The retailer got into hot water with consumers after scrubbing a marketing campaign that featured the women’s rights activist.
3/2/2016 2:48:17 PM
The retail company enlisted former Smiths lead singer to pose for posters and t-shirts, but the celebrity hated the result. Both parties aired the spat in front of online followers.
2/17/2016 2:48:12 PM
One PR pro shares tips for the former pharmaceutical executive who has been dubbed 'The Most Hated Man in America.'
2/11/2016 2:56:31 PM
Spring will come early in 2016, says Punxsutawney Phil, who did not see his shadow Tuesday. He and the movie ‘Groundhog Day,’ are symbolic, but what can they tell us about communications?
2/3/2016 2:53:21 PM
The chain issued an apology after consumers slammed it for a mozzarella stick snafu. Managers of competing brands used social media to seize on the fast-food flub.
2/1/2016 2:54:58 PM
It didn’t take long for the Internet to read into the suggestive language used in a Yukon advertising campaign for vitamin D. The group’s marketing chief says it was in on the joke.
1/28/2016 2:47:59 PM
Internet users lashed out after the search giant called the words ‘negative physical attributes’ in a recent policy notice sent to an AdWords user. Google blamed the situation on a poorly-worded notice and updated its policy.
1/21/2016 2:48:03 PM
Consumers shared photos of the marketing campaign on Twitter, sparking criticism of the brand.
7/17/2015 1:52:48 PM
The ads featured topless models holding up signs that said, ‘Ride me all day for £3.’ Twitter users, including celebrities, complained.
5/12/2015 1:49:33 PM
The PR Daily Awards remain our most popular program. Nearly 350 entries from around the world were submitted last year. It's back this year and ready for your very best.
1/26/2015 2:53:14 PM
The agency’s India office created the ad for a mattress company. It depicts Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai getting shot, then ‘bouncing back.’
12/30/2014 5:07:30 AM
The transportation company is celebrating the holidays with a send-up response to a fictional conspiracy theorist.
12/12/2014 2:48:23 PM
A group of players came onto the field Sunday with their hands raised in the same way Ferguson protesters have done for the past several weeks. (Update)
12/2/2014 2:52:30 PM