Twitter has decided to keep its verification process cryptic, even after it mistakenly verified an account from someone pretending to be Rupert Murdoch’s wife.
After learning that a campaign promoting Google’s Chrome browser was in violation of one of Google’s own search-rank rules, the company downgraded the browser’s visibility on the Web.
The coffee giant may have learned something from the failed strategies of other companies looking to hike prices or charge new fees.
In 2011, PR News readers admired speed and creativity in communications (Aflac, Morton’s) and deplored tin ears and lead-footedness (Netflix, Penn State).
Few things spark a reputational crisis like euthanizing a cat needlessly and breaking its human companion’s heart—especially when the cat’s name was Scruffy.
The Times was too quick to offer an explanation for an e-mail sent to millions of people asking them to reconsider canceling their subscriptions.
It was a good holiday season for online spending, and to keep the momentum going, brands should consider deploying evening teams to engage with consumers who are eager to buy.
There was little holiday cheer at domain name registrar Go Daddy after it came out in favor of the controversial Stop Online Piracy Act.
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The retailer could be in danger of losing customer loyalty and trust after it canceled online orders that were made on Black Friday.