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Making the Case for Transparency

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Identifying Villains in the Panama Papers Line-Up by | Apr 6, 2016 | Blog, crisis communications | 0 Comments

Cheap Ambient Synth A lot has been and will be written about the 11 million documents leaked from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, as journalists all over the world comb through a massive amount of information. So far, news accounts have focused on high-profile leaders from Russia, China, Argentina, Pakistan, Ukraine, Syria and Saudi Arabia, among others. The prime minister of Iceland resigned after news broke that his wife had millions of dollars in offshore accounts.

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Lessons from Hollywood – and The Boston Globe

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More Lessons from the Volkswagen Cheating Scandal

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Volkswagen is finally reaching out to its customers with a “goodwill package” for those who own cars equipped with the software designed to cheat emissions tests. The package, outlined in full-page newspaper ads, includes a $500 gift card, another $500 card that can be redeemed at Volkswagen dealerships, and three years’ worth of free roadside assistance. They still haven’t said how they’ll fix the emissions problem so they’re hoping this offer will buy time with customers stuck driving cars with significantly lower resale value that continue to violate emissions standards. read more

Crisis communications: Still waiting to hear from Mizzou–-introduction by | Nov 10, 2015 | Blog | 3 Comments

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Enhance your company’s reputation: Five tips to humanize social media content

by | Nov 3, 2015 | Blog | 0 Comments “People who follow corporate social media accounts that present a human voice are more likely to have a positive view of the company,” according to a recent study conducted by researchers at VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and published in the Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication. The study goes on to say a human voice translates into a better corporate reputation.

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Amazon vs. The New York Times, Rounds Two, Three and Four

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