Financial services firm Raymond James is now providing compliant social media access to its advisers, demonstrating the expansion of social media activities across all types of organizations.
After a pregnant mother and her husband were arrested for shoplifting at a Safeway and had their daughter taken away, the supermarket chain eventually decided not to press charges.
Corporate America beware: Cash-strapped consumers are not taking price increases well, causing Bank of America to reverse its decision to charge a $5 debit card fee.
While a fully loaded JetBlue plane was stuck on a tarmac for seven hours, a member of the flight crew offered his own critique of the company’s handling of the situation.
Domino’s Pizza has distanced itself from the managers of a Florida franchise who have been arrested for setting fire to a Papa John’s franchise, but may be missing out on a community building opportunity.
Following the arrests of several former Long Island Rail Road workers over disability fraud, an official statement came from the organization’s head rather than from the PR staff.
With bad news continuing to pile on, Netflix tries yet another new identity.
When its newest flavor, Schweddy Balls, provoked a boycott, Ben & Jerry’s chose a do-it-yourself method to get its product to supportive consumers.
In light of a series of managerial changes and puzzling acquisition figures, Olympus has found itself in a struggle to keep both investors’ and the public’s confidence.
With approval numbers low across the board and the economy at a standstill, is the Obama campaign’s effort to reach young voters via cool social media platforms too little, too late?