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Pokémon Go has taken the nation by storm, but some aren’t amused by the unwanted foot traffic the game encourages on their property.
Johnny Manziel’s attorney accidentally sent damaging texts to an Associated Press reporter. Here’s how you can avoid making the same mistake.
The tragic death of Lane Graves, the two-year-old-boy from Nebraska who was attacked by an alligator at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort this week, holds some important lessons for PR practitioners. (2 reader comments)
MWW Group, which is suing McDonald’s for $5.2M and is itself being sued for $830,177 by two suppliers, also is getting bad ink by ties to lobbyist Patricia Lynch and ex-Congressman Anthony Weiner. (2 reader comments)
Baylor president and chancellor Kenneth Starr was grossly unprepared to deal with that university’s negligent handling of a sexual assault scandal.
CRF Frozen Foods, the Pasco, Wash.-based processor of frozen vegetables and fruits, has engaged kglobal for PR support as it faces a massive recall across 42 brand names over an outbreak of listeria.
Burson-Marsteller Europe is advising Russia as the country faces allegations of state-sponsored doping and potential bans of its athletes from the upcoming Summer Olympics in Rio De Janeiro.
No industry has experienced the new greenmailing phenomenon with the same volume and intensity as natural products, primarily the food industry.
Kekst and Company is guiding crisis PR for billionaire banker Joseph Safra as he faces corruption charges in Brazil. (1 reader comment)
“Death on the Supermarket Shelf,” a play about the seven Tylenol murders in the Chicago area in 1982, is running from March 4 to March 26 in Federal Way, Wash. The crime remains unsolved. No blame has ever attached to Johnson & Johnson, maker of Tylenols.
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