During the opening days of 2016, a hot new startup company, Lumosity, was hit with a $2 million fine for false advertising
Intentionally or not, with its list of nominees the motion picture industry is sending a message about its own sense and awareness of the value of diversity—a message and perhaps a wake-up call that could prove useful to other industries and professional disciplines that have similar blind spots.
Throughout, VW has been consistent in its crisis communications: The company has said little. Public apologies and customer correspondence have been repeated on online platforms.
Chipotle and Edelman end their relationship as the burrito maker is in legal trouble and December sales plummet 30%.
Do Herbert Diess’ remarks set the right tone for renewing trust in Volkswagen?
On Jan. 5 at CES 2016, two electronics giants held press conferences that played right into the interests of PR pros.
As a communications pro in an organization you need to ask yourself what would you and your brand have done if a bombing or an attack occurred near your headquarters or other offices?
If you created a campaign that was this widely viewed but also this widely derided, would you be promoted or censured?