Yesterday two of the most respected magazines in the art world made headlines when they announced their merger. Art in America, an elegant glossy established in 1913, is merging with ArtNews, established in … Read Full Post
New York magazine’s cover story “Cosby: The Women” is drawing a broad and powerful response—from the Chicago Reader calling it “required reading” to Business Insider describing it as a “bombshell.” And it is … Read Full Post
After leaving his post last year as Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke joined the Brookings Institute and became a senior advisor to the hedge fund Citadel. He has also been blogging, something he … Read Full Post
Anyone grappling for an effective turnaround strategy after a humiliating and public experience can take a page from Monica Lewinsky’s playbook. But especially if you are female. Being shamed, or the fear of … Read Full Post
Now that NBC has fired Donald Trump, do you find the 2016 presidential campaign more divisive than usual? It is. A few campaigns ago, two American political reporters coined a term for the new Internet-fueled … Read Full Post
A high-profile PR firm has been outed by a competitor for breaking Wikipedia’s user rules. The New York Times covers the story in P.R. Firm Alters the Wikipedia Pages of Its Star Clients.
The article … Read Full Post
What is online reputation management?
Why is online reputation management necessary?
How can I fix old or incorrect online information about me?
How can I learn the identity of an anonymous poster?
Can … Read Full Article
Yum! Brands, which operates the brands Taco Bell, KFC, Pizza Hut, and WingStreet, has filed a lawsuit in China that is attracting headlines. There are several reasons why.
First, it isn’t every day that a … Read Full Article
Suppressing legal notices on the Internet is an oft-requested online reputation management service. Old legal notices can be an issue for anyone, including well-established organizations as well as private … Read Full Article
The free flow of information online has made online reputation management essential for nearly everyone. But CEOs, industry leaders, the C-suite and VIPs face special challenges. They are scrutinized both … Read Full Article
Last February we wrote about the launch of “Apology Watch,” noting that the new Dealbook column would “monitor and report on the actions of CEOs and other public leaders after they have publicly apologized … Read Full Article
Do you find yourself drawn into articles about the latest lurid scandal? If so, you’ve got plenty of company. It’s hard to avoid being caught by those headlines, especially when they involve powerful, wealthy … Read Full Article