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Amazon Bests Apple for Best Corporate Reputation in 2013

It wasn’t a great year for the overall perception of corporate America, but not so for Amazon. | MORE »

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Cruising Any Time Soon?

In the wake of the Carnival Triumph debacle, would you consider taking a cruise for your next vacation? | MORE »

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For the PR Field, the Post-’Client’ Era Hasn’t Begun Just Yet

56% of respondents disagreed that PR marketing agencies would benefit by eliminating the term "client" from their vernacular. | MORE »

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While Face-to-Face Interaction Rules with CEOs, Social Media Engagement is Expected to Explode

CEOs believe social media within five years will become one of the top two ways to engage customers, mainly at the expense of traditional media. | MORE »

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Valentine’s Day Poll

Share with us what you love most about working in public relations for a chance to win a $50 gift card to Massage Envy. | MORE »

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Emotional Aspect of Customer Service Most Critical

One in three global respondents to a survey preferred being treated well compared with having their issues immediately resolved. | MORE »

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While Face-to-Face Interaction Rules with CEOs, Social Media Engagement is Expected to Explode

Not known for their love of all things social, CEOs predict that within the next five years social media will be a top way to engage with customers. | MORE »

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Post-Recession Business Meetings Trending Shorter and Smaller

As the economy recovers, businesses still value face-to-face meetings, but they are minding their expenses in terms of the meeting duration and the number of attendees. | MORE »

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Top CEOs Engaged Online—Just Not on Social Networks

66% of CEOs of the world’s top 50 companies engaged online in 2012, compared with 36% in 2010, but only 18% use social networks. | MORE »

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Poll: Have We Entered the Post-’Client’ Age? 

Do you agree or disagree that PR and marketing agencies would benefit by eliminating the term "client" from their vernacular? | MORE »

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