Wait, what? Who thought this was a good idea?
CBS's Gayle King admits on the air she doesn't understand the distinction.
In late 2011, I infiltrated a commercial shoot for the American Petroleum Institute, run by a subsidiary of Edelman. Now, after dealing with public outcry over its work for climate science denial groups like API, Edelman is ending its contract.
Here's how PR executive Randal Simonetti attempts to advice corporate clients: sell fear of Greenpeace campaigns, urge companies to maintain bad business practices and, of course, hire Randal Simonetti!
St. Louis Police have more than a public relations problem right now, but this media training on officer-involved shootings is almost a joke.
Rep. Alan Grayson joined Ed Schultz this Friday to discuss Rep. Darrell Issa's latest stunt, where he's traveling around the country looking to generate more negative press for the Affordable Care Act, but as Grayson reminded Schultz during the interview, the Republicans' supposed "solutions" for Americans to have access to health care are the same as they've always been. Don't get sick and if you get sick, die quickly.
As usual, your Fox News, CNN and internet opinions disguised as news are brought to you by a Republican PR firm.
Lauri Hennessey is leading the corporate PR fight to open up new export capacity for Powder River Basin coal. Of course she's a liar.
The only hope Republicans have now is to try and make Obamacare as difficult as possible for people to like. Consider me your early warning system for pitfalls ahead.
In an interview to be aired Tuesday, former BP CEO Tony Hayward said that the company was not prepared to deal with the media "feeding frenzy" following the oil spill. Hayward told BBC that he had been "demonized and vilified" following the
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