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EOS, the lip balm in an egg-shaped container that grew wildly popular from social media and celebrity endorsements, has engaged Teneo Strategy as it copes with fallout from class action lawsuits from customers who experienced blisters and other skin irritation after using the product.
Wounded Warrior Project, the veterans' aid organization under scrutiny for lavish spending, has engaged Abernathy MacGregor Group for PR counsel.
Adidas in 2008 signed an 11-year sponsorship deal with the IAAF for upwards of $33 million. In the wake of the biggest doping scandal to hit the IAAF, however, Adidas is now looking for a way out.
The health crisis unfolding in Flint, Michigan, is a tale of inept leadership, unfathomable government neglect, and a gross failure on behalf of state and local officials to inform and protect the public.
Having internal protocols in place that effectively handle the flow of information and address the issues at hand are key to success in crisis management.
Benjamin Franklin’s adages and aphorisms remain relevant in our complex media landscape today, and can be used as a guideline for reputation management and crisis communications.
Life is often about solving problems, but an actual crisis that can be triggered by internal or external forces poses a distinctly separate set of more severe dilemmas.
Crisis communications and Congressional hearings are inevitably intertwined, proving the adage that the most dangerous place to be in Washington is between a politician and a TV camera.
Under its current dean, former Washington Post reporter Steve Coll, the once mighty bastion of fairness and objectivity has increasingly become a willing spear-carrier for liberal political causes.
Chipotle, which was decimated in the fourth quarter over a norovirus outbreak that followed an E. coli incident earlier in the fall, has parted ways with Edelman amid a conflict.
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