20 Oct 2011
| by Anthony Hilton
Print and broadcast journalists have the laws of libel drummed into them and are aware of the expensive consequences when their copy is a bit too close to the line.
Kenneth Cole is a bona fide New Yorker who sells very nice clothes. Last week, the successful designer tweeted this: 'Millions are in uproar in #Cairo. Rumor is they heard our new spring collection is now available online at http://bit.ly/KCairo - KC.'
Facebook's continued resistance - at the time of writing - to putting a 'panic button' on its site to deter the exploitation of children is, in my view, a reputational own goal.
12 Jun 2008
| by Nick Rappolt
IT servers and PCs account for 0.75 per cent of carbon emissions, compared with airlines' two per cent, says Nick Rappolt.
05 Jun 2008
| by Hazel Butters
PR professionals need to anticipate the negative press that can come with a tech IPO, warns Hazel Butters.
22 May 2008
| by James Harrison
PR professionals in the tech sector need to justify their work, especially in an economic downturn, says James Harrison.
08 May 2008
| by Alex Burmaster
The also-ran of the mayoral election blazed an online trail for future City Hall residents to imitate, claims Alex Burmaster.
24 Apr 2008
| by Marc Berry
Brown's new web strategy, influenced by the US presidential elections, is a good example for all PROs, says Marc Berry. Only three weeks ago Downing Street installed a new head of digital comms to overhaul Gordon Brown's lacklustre web strategy and already we are seeing the effect.
14 Feb 2008
| by Drew Benvie
PROs should be creating online content and building applications in an effort to protect their territory, says Hotwire director Drew Benvie.