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A damning investigative report found that students were taking 'non-classes' at the university. As officials wait for disciplinary action, they're speaking out.
10/24/2014 9:00:27 PM
PR Daily readers were intrigued by Starbucks' decision to allow employees to have visible tattoos, 'Gone Girl,' redundancies, and a lot more this week.
10/24/2014 7:30:41 PM
After dealers started cancelling their subscriptions, the president of the car shopping site admitted the ads may have "missed the mark."
10/24/2014 6:00:40 PM
Though the brand released a statement that the toys were clearly marked for those 15 and older, they were removed from its website after an online petition.
10/23/2014 1:49:22 PM
Yes, the bad guy triumphs in Halloween horror films. He's thought of everything, knows how to do evil in 50 ways. But don't set up your clients to fail by promising reporters they're experts in everything.
10/23/2014 1:45:13 PM
The fictional story of how a man dealt with the media scrutiny that came after his wife's disappearance offers a realistic look at what happens in a crisis.
10/20/2014 1:51:32 PM
With Sunday’s news that a health care worker in Dallas has contracted the deadly infection, would one voice leading the charge be helpful?
10/16/2014 1:45:51 PM
Bad feelings were on PR Daily readers' minds this week; specifically, how to avoid them. SEO was also a hot topic. That and more in this week's roundup.
10/13/2014 1:51:49 PM
Brand managers who fight back against negativity from customers often serve to stoke the fire and find themselves in a bigger PR crisis. How can pros turn down the heat?
10/13/2014 1:46:09 PM
In response to a Bloomberg article about uncertain insurers and a bailing vendor, the retail chain touted its ‘financial flexibility’ in a statement on its blog.
10/10/2014 1:48:01 PM
September was quite a month for media blunders, but this one from a former pro athlete was the most bombastic of the bunch.
10/3/2014 1:48:37 PM
The iPhone 6 release and how use visuals on social media were two of the topics in which PR Daily readers were most invested this week.
9/29/2014 1:53:42 PM
Drink makers including Coke, Pepsi and Dr Pepper vowed to cut Americans’ calorie consumption from sugary drinks by 20 percent by 2025.
9/25/2014 1:48:50 PM
The department has apologized for the wording of the flier, which uses terms such as ‘animals’ and ‘gorilla’ to describe the press.
9/24/2014 1:51:38 PM
The outrage over Apple's decision to upload a U2 album to its users' devices was widespread; PR pros would do well to learn from it.
9/22/2014 1:48:10 PM