Can Keurig win big this Christmas by Jonah Engler


Recently, social media has been awash with a handful of shared blog entries with people vowing to give up their Keurig and go back to the big pot. Nobody, to date, is talking about giving up coffee altogether – perish the thought! But Jonah Engler, an avid coffee drinker says this latest social media share […]

Walmart, Wages, and the War for Public Perception


The larger you are, the more public you serve. The more public you serve, the more vital your PR presence. Given that dynamic, Ronn Torossian says it’s no wonder Walmart’s PR team is overtaxed 24-7. But even for a company always in the crosshairs of public debate, holiday shopping season presents a greater opportunity for […]

Zeta Interactive Says Big Data Works Fast after Black Friday


Notice anything different about your social media news feed and online advertising since Black Friday and Cyber Monday? Well, if you shopped for anything online this past week or two but didn’t buy, you can expect to see it reflected back at you for the immediate future. Shop for a fire pit this holiday? Expect […]

Greater New York Taxi Association Letter On Taxi Medallion Prices


Says NYC TLC Has “Misled Everyone” And Made “Fraudulent Representations” Everything PR has obtained the following letter and is reprinting it in its entirety Dear Commissioners: In a front page article today, entitled “Taxi Apps Cut Market Value of Medallions”, the New York Times reported that the market value of medallions has fallen dramatically in the […]

Family Office Forum To Be Held in New York City


The Ivy Family Office Network will have next New York City Family Office forum on December 9th, 2014. It is a full-day seminar on the Family Office Outlook for 2015 – http://ivyfon.com/dec9agenda.html.  Private Equity and Venture Capital Legend, Alan Patricof, Founder of Greycroft and APAX Partners, will headline the event.  “Family offices are wisely used by […]

Is Anyone Listening Anymore?


In “Giving”, President Bill Clinton’s book, he writes of an African tribe he encountered that had a unique way of greeting each other. When someone says, “Hello,” the other person responds with, “I see you.”  In today’s ADD-driven generation, when we are constantly distracted with handheld devices, the very art of listening is something which […]

ZOA and Mort Klein Honored by Largest Audience in its History


Ted Cruz, Alan Dershowitz, John Hagee, Bernard Marcus, Among Speakers Loudly Supporting Israel and Klein “He has the heart of a lion, and the voice of Moses,” is how the United States Senator from Texas Ted Cruz described Zionist Organization of America’s President Mort Klein.  At a dinner attended by over 1100 people Sunday night, […]

$1 Million Gift to MU to Support Community Journalism


Gift will support conferences, research on helping small, local newspapers COLUMBIA, Mo. – Walter B. Potter Jr., a resident of Falls Church, Va., has committed $1 million to the University of Missouri School of Journalism to supplement the Walter B. Potter Fund for Innovation in Local Journalism, established in 2010. The endowment supports teaching and […]

The Women’s Board of The Boys’ Club of New York Is Seeking A PR Agency


The Women’s Board of The Boys’ Club of New York (BCNY), the nation’s oldest continuously operating boys’ club, is hosting the 2014 Winter Luncheon, featuring Facebook COO and Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead author Sheryl Sandberg interviewed by legendary journalist and ABC News Anchor Diane Sawyer. They are seeking a PR Agency. The […]