Image Patrol: Target Is Anything But On, While PG&E Connects With Post-Explosion Relief Fund and Twitter Outreach


For Target, saying sorry for a donation to an anti-gay politician simply wasn't enough; PG&E, however, did enough and more after its gas line explosion in the Bay Area.

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  • Elizabeth Whipple

    Timely analysis, though the PGE incident was deadly, caused by negligence, and followed the “smart meters” backlash. Target made a misstep; PGE confirmed its reputation.