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BusinessWeek Launches Business@Work

BusinessWeek.com is furthering its focus on reader engagement efforts with the launch of Business@Work, a collaboration between readers and BW editors in which readers can, over the course of the rest of this month, vote … | MORE »

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Dysfunctional Relationships

The results of a study by Strativity Group demonstrate that dysfunctional relationships are not confined to one’s personal life. Rather, the survey respondents admit that a majority of companies fail to deliver differentiated value to … | MORE »

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Customer Relations: It’s All The Rage

PR practitioners and corporate communicators may not always have their fingers on the pulse of the customer relations function, but that’s not necessarily a good thing – especially considering how much impact customer opinion has … | MORE »

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The "Boomer"ang Effect

A study released by Weber Shandwick in conjunction with KRC Research revealed that companies are overlooking a relatively untapped area through which to gain competitive advantage: the relationship networks of baby boomers, or people between … | MORE »

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Can’t Get No Satisfaction

Customer Relations: Can’t Get No Satisfaction Customer service is a big deal, and it’s not a responsibility to be overlooked or shunned by communicators. That point is made all the more emphatically by a survey … | MORE »

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Risky Business

According to Aon’s first Global Risk Management survey, the increasingly diverse, complex and exotic risks faced by multinational corporations make risk management difficult and ineffective. The results reveal that: The top five risk concerns were: … | MORE »

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Crisis Communications: Made in China

The wave of Chinese-made product recalls, including those of toxic pet food and faulty or lead-contaminated toys, may spell trouble for consumer packaged goods companies worldwide. According to an extensive investigation into blog responses to … | MORE »

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Microsoft Finally Gives Up On Yahoo

Microsoft announced that it has finally let go of its ambitious effort to purchase Yahoo after the two companies failed to reach an agreement on a suitable selling price after several days of intense negotiations. … | MORE »

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Mobile Internet Extends Reach of Sites by 13%

The Nielsen Company reported that mobile Internet extends the audience reach of many leading Internet sites by an average of 13 percent over home PC traffic alone. Categories such as weather and entertainment, the extended … | MORE »

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Report Claims Technology Empowers Journalists, Not Replaces Them

A new report has been released from the Georgia Institute of Technology that highlights some of the key issues facing the journalism community as new and innovative technologies continue to transform the field. Based on … | MORE »

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