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Last Thursday, June 18th – First day of the US Open in Bethpage, Long Island and barely half of the players ever even teed off due to rain. But 50,000 fans certainly got teed off. Read more
Twitter doesn’t claim to compete with The New York Times or The Washington Post, but it can have similar influence on – can even be a maker or breaker of – an organization’s or an individual’s reputation. Read more
If GM could convince drivers to buy cars as well as they communicated this week, the auto maker would come out of bankruptcy quickly.
From CEO Fritz Henderson, to UAW President Ron Gettelfinger, to other executives, to the rank and file, as awful as the bankruptcy filing was this week, GM spokespersons were consistent and united in their statements about a new GM. Read more
As I’m writing, the European Health Commissioner has recommended that unless it is “essential,” that Europeans should avoid traveling to Mexico or the US.
Not since SARS have we seen a public health concern and watch that matches the focus on Swine Flu. Read more
As bloggers, we know that social media is a fluid environment. When attacked, companies and organizations must decide whether to respond quickly to negative sentiment, or wait to assess their response. Read more