If you are judging just by the standard news headlines, Samsung had a pretty rough 2016. From some of its phones exploding and, eventually being banned on U.S. airplanes, to washing machines that also exploded and launched lids across the room like giant Frisbees, the company faced a pretty steep uphill PR battle.
They say lightning doesn’t strike twice, but it can when it’s powered by nostalgia. While some remakes and reimaginings don’t always pan out, some blasts from the past manage to make a huge splash a second time. Nintendo is hoping to catch that lightning in a bottle and cash in this Christmas season with the […]
Leading private jet booking app JetSmarter has just completed another successful year celebrating Art Basel Miami, with a complete weekend of star-studded events hosted by the company’s CEO and Founder Sergey Petrossov, along with high profile partners, including Jason Binn of DuJour Media, Haute Living and others. In addition to its events in Miami, celebrities […]
Recently, Twitter has been in the news a lot, talking about plans to block or suspend accounts of people who post objectionable content to the social media network. The main targets of suspensions have been members of the so-called “alt-right” movement, which some people call patriots and others call racists.
When you think about hate speech on Facebook, generally the assumption might be that it’s coming from users aimed at other users. Everyone’s familiar with the inevitable devolution of the comment thread. Where someone says something, someone else takes offense, and suddenly everyone is evil incarnate. You know, Godwin’s Law.
Hotels.com Looking for PR Reps Globally and at EMEA The possibilities for PR representation for Hotels.com are all rumor and innuendo currently, but those suggest that the company is looking for a large global PR firm to handle all of their public relations instead of entrusting it all to separate regional PR firms. However, though […]
Online retailer Amazon plans to eventually deliver packages by drone, but they are starting at the other end of the spectrum this year with 40 Boeing 767s. Each Boeing, bearing the Amazon Prime Air logo, is intended to firm up the company’s logistics and minimize revenue lost when customers purchase items from Amazon only to have […]