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Who Media Trained Brian Williams?

Andy Gilman discusses the apology from Brian Williams in today’s PR News Article titled “Who Media Trained Brian Williams?”

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There’s no true delete button for social media

When is deletion not deletion? On the Internet.
That famous TV psychologist Dr. Phil recently polled his Twitter followers to find out how they  felt about women consenting to sex while inebriated. Read more

LESSONS FROM THE HELL CRUISE

We weren’t in the Carnival Cruise Line War Room last week but we have a few observations for anyone else is a similar predicament. 
For one, owner Micky Arison and CEO Gerry Cahill decided to stay shorebirds while more than 4,000 passengers endured grim conditions and a tow to Alabama on the good ship Triumph. Read more

James Burke, Johnson & Johnson


I’m not sure if it’s ironic or coincidental that James Burke, former Chairman of Johnson & Johnson, passed away on the 30thanniversary of the Tylenol poisonings.
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A New “Tobacco Moment”

When a respected publication like The Economist proclaims a scandal as global finance’s “tobacco moment,” you know it’s not referring to your average PR-crisis. The furor over Barclays’ alleged LIBOR interest rate fixing is not likely to go away anytime soon for two reasons, both of which should give finance execs pause:

•    Experts agree that Barclays represents only the tip of the iceberg. Read more