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Obama Relaxed, In Charge at Press Conference

President Obama held his first press conference after re-election today, and with the possibility of storm clouds like the Petraeus affair and Benghazi in the air, a much anticipated event it was. For the most part, there was much ado about nothing, as… | MORE »

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Are You a Monday Person or a Friday Person?

You look forward to the work week and may have even been overheard saying, “TGIM!” The week is your oyster and you are ready to discover new things, to make a mark on your world. You love Mondays. Fridays, on the other hand, might be the favored ch… | MORE »

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CEO’s Earnings Call Comments a Real Downer

It’s been a long, tough road—mostly downhill— for J.C. Penney since former Apple retail chief Ron Johnson took over the helm in January 2012. CEO Johnson was expected to work the same magic for the tired clothing retailer as he had for Apple’s … | MORE »

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If You See Something, Do You Always Say Something?

What if you knew that the president of your company was covering up a crime; that a colleague was suspected of sexually molesting young women; that your spokesperson was taking illegal drugs? Would you turn them in? What if you personally witnessed the… | MORE »

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Was Press Release Ruling the Right Stuff?

Warning: A press release has been deemed as promotional in a court of law, which could result in a lawsuit. Late this week I received one of Michael Lasky’s law alerts, and it really got my attention. Lasky, an attorney at Davis & Gilbert LLP… | MORE »

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The OHIO Rule: Only Handle It Once; Easier Said Than Done.

How many emails do you open every day that you choose not to respond to, saying to yourself, “I’ll get to that later”?  How many papers, magazines, memos come across your desk that you put in a pile to read later? Worse yet, how many conversatio… | MORE »

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The OHIO Rule: Only Handle It Once; Easier Said Than Done.

How many emails do you open every day that you choose not to respond to, saying to yourself, “I’ll get to that later”?  How many papers, magazines, memos come across your desk that you put in a pile to read later? Worse yet, how many conversatio… | MORE »

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Tired of Election News? Here’s What You’ve Missed

Maybe it’s just me, but are you getting presidential election fatigue? With all of the talk of spin rooms, binders, “optimal” and fact checking, I’m ready to go out and vote this afternoon just to be done with it. Being a PR pro, you’re most … | MORE »

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Blood, Sarcasm, Fake CEO (and Social Media) Make For A Perfect Viral Campaign

It’s that time of the month: when a campaign goes viral and everyone is abuzz about the surprising creativity and through-the-roof consumer engagement of an under-the-radar product or news item. There is no escaping this phenomenon, so we might as we… | MORE »

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CSI-The Biz-Ness of Giving Back

I have to admit, ever since I began covering Corporate Social Responsibility issues close to three years ago when I started as editor of PR News, I’ve been somewhat skeptical. I questioned whether organizations really give back, help their own commun… | MORE »

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