National mobile carrier Sprint came under fire this week after it released an ad on Tuesday, in which one of its customers referred to the company’s rival T-Mobile as...

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Clothing retailer Lands’ End found itself between two fires recently after it faced criticism from both pro- and anti-abortion activists for printing and later removing an interview with Gloria...

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By: admin On: February 11, 2016 In: Blog, Florida Public Relations, Media Relations, Public Relations Comments: 0

To succeed in today’s highly competitive business environment, companies spend large sums of money for marketing and PR. However, many businesses don’t realize that prior to conducting such outreach,...

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There exists a misconception among many business owners that public relations is just another marketing tool. “We already have great advertising and very robust sales, so we don’t really...

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Professional soccer player Emmanuel Adebayor raised a lot of eyebrows this Tuesday, when after signing his job contract with Crystal Palace, he admitted that he knew nothing about his...

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Google came under fire recently after its paid advertising division AdWords sent an email referring to the terms “curvy” and “plus size” as “negative physical attributes,” and exposing a...

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This week Inc. Magazine published its roundup of the biggest business scandals of 2015. Spanning a wide range of industries, from pharmaceutical and finance to oil and auto-manufacturing, companies of all sizes...

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ExxonMobil, the world’s largest oil and gas company, came under fire recently for accusing Columbia University journalists of biased and unethical reporting. The journalists’ investigative report, published by the...

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