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These five brands took what could have been black eyes and turned them into footnotes, at best.
2/12/2015 2:52:47 PM
The NBC News anchor recently admitted a story he retold on several occasions was incorrect. In the wake of his misleading statements, what should be his next steps?
2/9/2015 2:48:52 PM
Though online fires are common, PR and marketing pros can quell the flames with the following tips.
2/4/2015 2:51:13 PM
The goofy comedy about North Korea led to a massive hack and security concerns. Here are a few things PR pros can glean from Sony Pictures' handling of its release.
1/12/2015 2:49:15 PM
In what officials are calling a terrorist attack, gunmen killed 12 people and wounded several others at the offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo .
1/8/2015 2:51:56 PM
2015 has arrived, and so have the final entries in our list of the most popular stories on PR Daily in the past year.
1/5/2015 2:51:38 PM
New Year's Eve is here, and we're edging ever closer to our top 10 stories of 2014.
12/31/2014 5:11:42 AM
Our countdown of the year's top stories continues.
12/30/2014 5:11:33 AM
With the end of 2014 right around the corner, we're diving into our annual countdown of our top stories of the year.
12/29/2014 5:11:32 AM
We're finishing out 2014 with a thank you to our readers and a glimpse at our year-end coverage.
12/24/2014 5:00:36 AM
The past year has been full of brands and prominent people making public relations mistakes—on Twitter, on their websites, in interviews. Here are some of the biggest.
12/23/2014 2:51:05 PM
Critics say the company is caving to pressure from terrorists; others say it's the right decision. (Updated)
12/19/2014 2:55:47 PM
The Austin firm had to change its name and suspend all its social media accounts when people connected its name to a famous poem about lynchings.
12/12/2014 2:51:57 PM
The dystopian series provides ample social commentary. In addition, PR pros can learn a lot about crisis communications from the 'girl on fire.'
11/24/2014 2:49:12 PM
An investigative report from NPR and ProPublica has sent the aid organization scrambling to downplay its findings. Instead, the Red Cross should own up to mistakes and promise to correct them.
11/4/2014 2:52:28 PM