CommCore SVP, Dale Weiss was recently quoted in the Wall Street Journal’s latest “Crisis of the Week”.
Dale Weiss, senior vice president, CommCore Consulting Group: “A credibility gap was created w
hen the NBC statement…is announced just hours before the release of the Variety article claiming Mr.
CommCore CEO, Andrew Gilman was recently quoted in PR News in the article “Tillerson Disses the Boss: What the Morale Cleanup Might Look Like”
Such a comment can mean many things, of course: The person who uttered it may be frustrated and wants to resign or be fired.
CommCore Consulting Group was recently featured in the New York Times article “Who’d Create a P.R. Crisis on Purpose? Well, Only the Sweat Was Real” by Sapna Maheshwari. The article explores CommCore’s crisis simulation training step-by-step, and discovers why every organization should prepare for a crisis situation. Read more
CommCore CEO Andrew Gilman, was quoted the Business Insider article, “Google’s decisive response to its sexism crisis makes Uber look even more flat-footed,” on Google’s quick response to an anti-diversity manifesto leaked by a senior engineer. Read more
CommCore CEO Andrew Gilman, was quoted in the LA Times Article, “Uber’s bumpy ride in search for new CEO” on the ride hailing company’s future in finding a new executive. Read more
CommCore CEO, Andrew Gilman was quoted in Business Insider’s article, “Uber is blowing the door wide open for its toughest competition” speaking about how Uber’s recent ‘aggressive, go-fast culture’ may now be working against them. Read more
CommCore’s Andrew Gilman was quoted in the CNNMoney article, “Jessica Alba’s The Honest Company can’t catch a break” on the problems that arise when a self-proclaimed ‘honest’ brand, is being sued for misleading its customers. Read more
CommCore Consulting Group’s CEO, Andrew Gilman was recently quoted in the New York Times and published in the Miami Herald in the article, “Uber’s board is considering a leave of absence for CEO Travis Kalanick”. Read more
With decommissioning of the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant now slated for 2019, CommCore SVP Nick Peters looks back at lessons from a PR disaster that almost rivaled the plant accident itself. Read more