So you’ve survived for five days stranded at sea aboard the Carnival Triumph. Here’s $500 for your troubles.
Mistakes are inevitable, yet most of us spend our time pretending they didn’t happen or getting defensive about them. But a new book says it’s how we respond to a mistake that people remember, not the mistake itself.
A business blog may not seem like the best use of your limited time, but there are several reasons why one makes sense.
A Wal-Mart public relations associate entered a closed pro-labor group’s press conference claiming to be a reporter.
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I’ve always had a passion for animals. My first job was working at a local holistic pet food center, and I loved it. In college, I studied equine science because I thought I wanted to be a trainer. But I …
Like most journalists, I get a lot of entreaties from public relations people asking me to meet with their clients. Those clients range from CEOs of fast-food companies to chiefs of online matchmaking sites to real estate developers creating jobs in the Middle East. Often, they’ve just written a book. Sometimes, they’re hawking new …