While Rupert Murdoch is in apology mode worldwide, The Wall Street Journal is being feisty with critics of the phone hacking scandal.
Viewing a crisis as an opportunity, JetBlue launched a campaign to help serve the greater Los Angeles community and tout its new local services.
Crisis management experts offer their early takes on Rupert Murdoch’s response to the phone hacking scandal.
Computer hackers have been busy so far this summer, breaking into a number of sites and stealing—and then releasing—sensitive data. Should this be cause for alarm for reputation managers?
In the aftermath of the Casey Anthony murder trial, a PR firm is offering pro bono services to the jurors to help them deal with the media.
Allegations of the hacking of a murdered girl’s phone have led to a staunch defense of a News International executive instead of a focus on phone hacking victims and their families.
Early Monday morning, Twitter posts on @foxnewspolitics reported that President Obama was assassinated. As the political fervor builds, what’s to keep more malicious hacks from occurring?
A new study shows that direct involvement with a cause can change an individual’s behavior, strengthening communicators’ position that corporate responsibility programs can have a positive impact on employees, customers and the bottom line.
Mark Zuckerberg shoves Google aside on his way back to the top of the tech news cycle.
Google has once again entered the social space, this time with its Google+ project, forcing public relations professionals to reevaluate their digital strategies and consider jumping on the service once available.