A national advocacy group for immigration reform sent a tray of tacos to the mayor of East Haven, Conn., who recently made an unfortunate comment regarding the local Hispanic community.
An in-depth article in the New York Times about the brutal lives of those who made the iPhone or iPad you are holding right now may give new heft to the phrase "Made in U.S.A."
McDonald’s has demonstrated the power of promoted tweets tied to hashtags—and this power can be dark and menacing indeed.
A new social media command center in downtown Indianapolis will help the city aid visitors in having a great Super Bowl experience.
As bodies continue to be discovered at the Costa Concordia site, some are questioning Carnival Corp. CEO Micky Arison’s visibility—or lack thereof—in the aftermath of the cruise ship tragedy.
The painful interview with the New York Times that Penn State’s board of trustees submitted to was a step in the right direction for the university.
The 60 new apps released alongside Facebook’s Open Graph show that the social network is no longer about just "liking" something.
The loose-lipped actor can be a real action hero and undo some of the damage he caused by reaching out to those who lost loved ones on 9/11.