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“The Big Short,” a film on the 2008 financial meltdown that affected millions, skewers banks, Wall Street itself, the Fed, rating services such as Standard & Poors, and media such as the Wall Street Journal that failed to out the villains.
Gabriel Stricker, who led marketing and communications for Twitter before stepping down in July, has returned to Google to head policy and communications for its fiber-optic Internet push.
North 6th Agency, Inc. has launched a new initiative that pays homage to exemplary customer service practices exhibited by global brands.
Airlines, banks, car companies, retailers, restaurant chains, pharma companies, dating sites, fantasy football and even the governing body of international football found themselves under attack and off guard in 2015.
A company controlled by casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson has brought in crisis PR counsel to navigate its controversial purchase of the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
PR When it comes to reputation, judgment trumps algorithms (C. Komisarjevsky)
2015 The biggest PR headaches of 2015 (WSJ)
Crisis Manning's hired PR gun slams Al Jazeera (TMZ)
Careers Benchmarks of successful PR professionals (G. Corbett)
2016 Why branding should be before PR & marketing this year (E. Winston)
Int'l PR man's plain speech over Christmas with Syrian refugees (The National)
Politics Bush spokeswoman calls Trump 'twitter-drunk' (Daily Mail)
Politics Jane Sanders' task: Softening Bernie's image (Rutland Herald)
Photos The coolest images from Nat'l Geographic's 2015 photo contest (Gizmodo)
“Virtual Reality,” billed as a startling upgrade to 3D movies and backed by $2 billion from Google and Facebook, could be a new platform for showing products and services to target audiences.
Football superstar Peyton Manning has turned to Ari Fleischer for PR help as the Denver Broncos quarterback pushes back against an Al Jazeera report that he used performance-enhancing drugs.
Former Miss Universe Owner Donald Trump’s suggestion that the annual, international beauty pageant crown two winners this year because host Steve Harvey messed up isn’t a bad suggestion. It’s a horrible one!
APCO Worldwide, No. 2-ranked PR operation in the O’Dwyer rankings with documented fees of $118 million in 2014, said it is in talks with investors who would replace American merchant bank WindRiver as the main investor.
Arizona's 10-college Maricopa Community College district, one of the largest higher education sytems in the world and a key conduit for healthcare workers and job training, has cast a net for PR and communications support as it consolidates are a single marketing operation.