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Coca-Cola’s Lawyers Claim Consumers Are Dumb To Believe Vitaminwater is Healthy

A four-year-old lawsuit concerning the false advertising of Vitaminwater as a health drink continues to cause problems for Coca-Cola. The soft drink giant’s legal team has argued from the beginning that: “no consumer could reasonably be misled into thinking Vitaminwater was a healthy beverage.”  | MORE »

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How To Tell A Good Story and Inspire Your Audiences

Not long ago I returned from three weeks traveling through India by myself. While planning this eight-city adventure, a voice inside my head kept telling me I was nuts: India?  | MORE »

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Treating PR Like a Business: It’s the Primary Way to Land More Business Unit Maximum Character Count 65

Midsummer is the perfect time for public relations and communications-agency owners and leaders to evaluate their companies’ achievements over the past six months. Many will review work product, staff performance, and new business wins, as well as client results and satisfaction. | MORE »

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5 Things to Consider to Keep Your Company Off a ‘Worst’ List

Maintaining a satisfactory work environment is not only an ethical practice, but also a way to help craft a quality external image. 24/7 Wall St. recently released its list of America’s worst companies to work for and identified nine exceptionally bad corporate work environments. | MORE »

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Beyond Hearing: The Role of Listening in Communication Success

Personally, most of us know that communication is more about listening than talking. As marketers and corporate communicators, however, our professional training has too often driven us to think of our job as the science of monitoring, followed by the art of persuasion. | MORE »

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PR Pros’ Top 5 Pet Peeves

At PR News, we often write about how to stay on the good side of people like journalists or consumers. Yesterday, we decided to ask what really grinds your gears, as communications professionals.  | MORE »

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When C-Level Execs’ Personal Beliefs Compromise The Brand

Soon after the U.S. Supreme Court in June ruled the Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional, Chick-fil-A President-COO Dan Cathy chimed in on his Twitter account about the decision. | MORE »

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McDonald’s Offers its Employees Budget Tips But They Aren’t ‘Lovin’ It’

In an effort to bolster its employee relations program, McDonald’s launched a microsite aimed at helping staffers balance their finances. The seemingly positive gesture has, however, backfired on the fast-food giant because the budget is unrealistic and suggests employees should seek a second job. | MORE »

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3 PR Superheroes, Just In Time for Comic-Con 2013

The photos of costumed Comic-Con attendees made us wonder what otherworldly protagonists communicators need the most. Here’s what we came up with. | MORE »

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Why Highly Regulated Industries Need PR Specialists

Career communicators will invariably say their skills and expertise are highly transferable. That is 100% true—with one exception.  | MORE »

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