— Overheard —

It's been all Martha all the time since the domestic diva's
conviction March 5 on four counts of felony -- including perjury
and obstruction of justice -- related to her December 2001 sale of
ImClone stock. Stewart's PR (related to the case) has been slammed
left and right and is likely to wind up as a precautionary tale on
how to handle crisis communications when the boss gets into hot
water. The following comments were culled from Dan Dorfman's
column, "Public Relations Post-Mortem on Martha Stewart," in the
March 12- 14 issue of The New York Sun: