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Many crises are sustained campaigns, not situational media events. In my view, reputation leads to trust and trust leads to valuation. You see, snatching victory from the jaws of defeat is all about the restoration of trust and restoring that…
Although Ryan Lochte is at the tail end of his swimming career, the 32-year-old still has some very serious repercussions stemming from his crisis in Rio.
CBS' Gary McCord found himself in hot water after being misinterpreted during a live broadcast of the Farmers Insurance Open last weekend. After his intentional blunder in 1994, viewers are not as forgiving this time around.
Flint, MI: Dangerous levels of lead have contaminated the city’s tap water for almost two years. People are calling for officials to be held accountable, including Governor Rick Snyder.
Chipotle will close its doors February 8th for a one-day national food safety meeting.
Chipotle responds to E. coli outbreak; claims it will become a "leader in food safety."
Japanese auto parts maker, Takata, has been under fire since June. False report after false report, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration receives a poor grade for its handling of the recall. Hopefully, now that the issue is front and center, consumers will not ignore the problem, and further injury will be prevented.
After Jimmy Smith's arrest, there are serious leadership concerns within the Ravens organization. Of the 20 NFL players to be arrested this offseason, Smith became the fifth Raven of the group.
Taking a proactive approach will keep your company ready if a crisis were to occur. Here are nine things to keep in mind while developing your crisis communications plan.