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PR Daily readers took some deep dives this week into how the role of public relations is changing, as well as a primer on how to handle negative social media comments.
8/28/2015 9:00:51 PM
The website’s parent company said the resignation was in its ‘best interests.’
8/28/2015 7:30:20 PM
A blog post from the search giant’s general counsel also describes regulators’ proposal to fix perceived problems as ‘peculiar and problematic.’
8/28/2015 1:58:44 PM
Social media users heavily criticized the offering, though a few stores still carry the product and Spirit Halloween's senior director of marketing defended the choice.
8/28/2015 1:47:37 PM
In the aftermath of the fatal shooting of a Virginia reporter and camera operator, social media became the go-to source of information. (Update)
8/27/2015 1:53:20 PM
In hindsight, it's easy to question whether the sandwich chain should have ever tied its brand so closely to one person, who could and did become tarnished.
8/27/2015 1:51:39 PM
The Toronto police's acting superintendent reached out to the hacker community in a press conference, stating that the perpetrators of the hack 'crossed the line.'
8/27/2015 1:45:17 PM
Video of former wide receiver Cris Carter advising young players to set up a scapegoat for their own bad behavior came to light over the weekend. Carter apologized on the air for his remarks.
8/26/2015 1:49:46 PM
The company's CEO apologized on Twitter and through a blog post, though some say its terms aren't different from other apps.
8/26/2015 1:46:23 PM
The rapper's mea culpa to 'the women I've hurt' also spurred a response from Apple, which owns his Beats by Dre headphones brand.
8/25/2015 1:53:16 PM
The sandwich chain’s former pitchman has pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography and multiple counts of sexual activity with minors.
8/25/2015 1:49:09 PM
Ways to keep things positive online and stay up-to-date on social media trends were two key topics keeping folks reading PR Daily this week.
8/24/2015 1:52:09 PM
It isn't necessarily wrong for brands to take action in a crisis, but PR pros and managers should consider the precedent they're setting.
8/24/2015 1:49:49 PM
A writer and photographer accused the fast-food chain of copying their photos, which went viral a month ago.
8/24/2015 1:48:19 PM
The company's chairman and CEO made the right call with his column titled 'Coca-Cola: We'll Do Better.'
8/24/2015 1:47:18 PM