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With spring in full swing, the promise of the new was of interest to PR Daily readers this week, with tips for new marketers and communicators topping our list of the most-read stories.
4/17/2015 7:30:42 PM
What looks like security camera footage at a towing company shows reporter Britt McHenry insulting clerks over their teeth, weight and education. She apologized.
4/17/2015 1:58:24 PM
The baby food maker is recalling about 2,000 pounds of products because of a shard of glass found in a jar.
4/17/2015 1:49:00 PM
The European Union formally charged the company Wednesday morning with abusing its search-engine dominance. In a blog post, a Google exec challenged that accusation with data.
4/16/2015 1:51:13 PM
The state's economic development agency is paying Porter Novelli $2 million in the wake of the fallout from the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
4/15/2015 1:53:39 PM
Buzzfeed says the stories weren't removed because of advertiser pressure, but others disagree.
4/14/2015 1:53:25 PM
PR Daily readers were looking for hints this week, for better public speaking, content marketing, and more. They were also interested in affirmation of reporter habits that tick them off.
4/13/2015 1:51:42 PM
Both brands issued recalls of their products after batches were found to be contaminated with listeria.
4/13/2015 1:47:33 PM
When people are threatening to boycott an entire state over policies brand managers and business owners can't control, what's to be done?
4/10/2015 1:52:34 PM
The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division’s press release about the arrest of North Charleston’s Michael Thomas Slager is just five sentences long.
4/9/2015 1:49:24 PM
The company’s executive complained he was bored at work, but what he thought were private communications ended up bringing heavy public criticism.
4/8/2015 1:46:56 PM
In an introduction to a lengthy investigative report from the dean of the Columbia School of Journalism, Managing Editor Will Dana calls it ‘painful reading.’ (Update)
4/7/2015 1:49:40 PM
Top execs at 39 tech companies signed a statement urging protections for LGBT people, and Arkansas' governor has declined to sign his state's bill. Meanwhile, a pizzeria is taking flak for refusing to cater gay weddings.
4/6/2015 1:51:17 PM
A state official's refusal to answer six straight yes-or-no questions on a Sunday talk show took the prize.
4/2/2015 1:55:52 PM
Shortly after the network announced that Trevor Noah would take over as host of the program, people dug through his Twitter account and found jokes they said were sexist and anti-Semitic.
4/2/2015 1:49:07 PM