Employees at Target aren’t happy with the retail store’s decision to move "Black Friday" from pre-dawn on Friday to Thanksgiving night.
Cold Stone Creamery used its official Twitter account to handle complaints about one employee’s rogue and incendiary Facebook post about President Obama.
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With thousands of customers still without power after Sandy, the utility company’s statement that it will be more ready for a storm in 2013 rings hollow.
Coca-Cola has revamped its website and is featuring more content for consumers, a sure sign that the trend of brands becoming "media companies" is picking up steam.
Writing and sending e-mails seems to take no effort at all—and therein lay the potential pitfalls.
In recognition of Veteran’s Day on Nov. 11, we’ve highlighted organizations that are using their brand power to honor our nation’s veterans.
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Nearly 70% of small businesses are spending more time and money on social media than they did a year ago, but only a third are publishing to their social networks each day, according to a VerticalResponse study.
Joanne Bamberger, founder of political blog PunditMom has this advice for PR pros: Treat bloggers as professionals, and they’ll do the same for you.