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iPad Serves as Substitute For Other Media Devices

51% of polled iPad owners expect the device to become their primary computing platform in the next two years. | MORE »

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NFL Blows Call on Referees, But Will It Take a Hit?

The NFL’s status as a teflon brand may help it endure a PR fiasco that could ruin others. | MORE »

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NFL Blows Call on Referees, But Will It Take a Hit?

The NFL’s status as a teflon brand may help it endure a PR fiasco that could ruin others. | MORE »

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Is Victoria’s Secret Showing an Ugly Side?

A new lingerie line from Victoria’s Secret— and the messaging surrounding it—incurred the wrath of the blogosphere. | MORE »

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Is Victoria’s Secret Showing an Ugly Side?

A new lingerie line from Victoria’s Secret— and the messaging surrounding it—incurred the wrath of the blogosphere. | MORE »

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An Offensive Tweet Sparks Backlash Against Johns Hopkins

An insensitive tweet following a Sept. 23 football game has drawn the ire of thousands and left the user’s employer scrambling to manage an unforeseen crisis. | MORE »

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An Offensive Tweet Sparks Backlash Against Johns Hopkins

An insensitive tweet following a Sept. 23 football game has drawn the ire of thousands and left the user’s employer scrambling to manage an unforeseen crisis. | MORE »

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The Three Commandments of Quality Writing

The quantity of writing PR pros are called upon to produce often results in diminished quality. Keep these tips in mind and you’ll get your writing back on track. | MORE »

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The Three Commandments of Quality Writing

The quantity of writing PR pros are called upon to produce often results in diminished quality. Keep these tips in mind and you’ll get your writing back on track. | MORE »

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Millennials Prefer to Work On—Not Occupy—Wall Street

On the one-year anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement, a study has found that most millennials would rather be banking than bunkering down and occupying. | MORE »

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