04Jan

With more than 15 million subscribers on YouTube, popular vlogger Logan Paul has been the center of sharp criticism surrounding his recent posting of a video taken in Japan’s...

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05Dec

Increasingly, brand managers turn to social media to help companies and business executives connect with their audiences and establish a positive brand identity. As a result, a comprehensive social...

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22Nov

Stories of sexual misconduct continue to dominate national headlines as dozens of women and men come forward with disturbing allegations. A recent article in TheWrap featured Red Banyan’s Evan Nierman...

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17Nov

Time and time again, Denver-based restaurant chain Chipotle finds itself in the middle of some form of a PR crisis. Whether it is a virus infection, disease outbreak or...

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17Oct
By: admin On: October 17, 2017 In: Blog, Public Relations, Social Media, Uncategorized Comments: 0

Wendy’s social media team has scored another hit recently by engaging in a hilarious rap battle with chicken wings restaurant chain Wingstop on Twitter. It started with a viral...

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03Oct
By: admin On: October 03, 2017 In: Blog, Corporate Communications, Crisis PR, Social Media, Uncategorized Comments: 0

As Americans across the nation are mourning the victims of the terrible mass shooting that took place during the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas, CBS News...

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21Sep

Consumer credit reporting agency Equifax has been in deep crisis mode after news broke earlier this month that the company was hacked, exposing personal information and social security numbers...

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14Sep

Swedish YouTube star Felix Kjellberg better known worldwide as PewDiePie is in hot water after using the N-word during a video game livestream on Sunday. Known for his high-energy...

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30Aug

Any natural disaster poses a serious threat not only to people within affected communities but also to businesses and organizations that serve them. And such threats extend far beyond...

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