“Duty,” the new memoir by former Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates, was officially released on Tuesday. To plug the book Gates has been making the rounds on the TV talk shows, and then some. His book is a reminder of what communicators need to know about how to conduct an effective media tour.
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General Mills’ Cheerios sent a strong message this week by removing GMOs from the generations-old cereal.
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