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(One of the trickier elements of crisis communications involves the apologetic acknowledgement of error. But in crisis communications, as in life, saying "I'm sorry" is never an easy thing to do. In this exclusive excerpt from his new book "Making ...
Communications professionals don’t necessarily lie, but they sure can be deceptive—especially when it comes to messaging surrounding corporate social responsibility (CSR) and green initiatives. And who can blame them? Consumer skepticism of green advertising abounds (a recent Burst ...
As with personal unions that dissolve due to irreconcilable differences, a permanent, official breaking off of relations is usually the only recourse when a corporate partnership with a cause or charity turns out to be less than idyllic. We’re ...
In honor of St. Patrick's Day, our PR Scorecard is wearing the green with profiles of Irish businesses and individuals. PR pop quiz: Did you know Ireland is the world's fourth strongest economy (according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation ...

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January 23rd, 2006 by
PR News announces the addition of three highly-regarded industry leaders to its Advisory Board: Chris Hammond, vice president for communications and business development at Wells Fargo; Brenda C. Siler, national director of communications and marketing for the United Negro College ...