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How to Find Business Value in Instagram With Minimal Financial Investments

Plenty of executives know Instagram. Many probably use it to view pictures of celebrities, athletes and perhaps members of their family. Fewer realize its potential for business. | MORE »

7 PR Leaders Weigh In on Way Ahead for Subway

We asked PR thought leaders how they would counsel Subway during the next 3-5 months. | MORE »

10 Tips to Increase Your Chance of Getting an Op-Ed or Letter Published

Imagine having the opportunity to get your messages out, largely unfiltered, to potentially hundreds of thousands, even millions of people. | MORE »

How PR Leaders Can Retain the Summer Spirit in the Workplace

Before throwing yourself headlong into a race to year’s end, commit to finding a few ways to keep a bit of that summer-like mindset in the mix. | MORE »

A 6-Step Foundational Approach to Reputation Management Strategy

Following are six foundational benchmarking tactics you can use as cornerstones for your reputation-management strategy. | MORE »

So long, Jon, we hardly knew you.  Tonight (August 6) marks the last "Daily Show" episode with Jon Stewart as anchor. Stewart single-handedly changed the way people think about the "news," and conditioned an entire generation to be more skeptical about what they read, see and hear. Here are some choice clips from Stewart's tenure.

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