Accounting for an awards show error

February 27, 2017

Last night’s Best Picture blunder was an Oscars nightmare. Jeremy Robinson-Leon takes account of PwC’s error with the Associated Press:
Oscars mistake puts consulting firm’s reputation in jeopardy

An external review to find internal issues at Uber

February 22, 2017

Uber’s external review is a step in the right direction, but how it acts on the conclusions will be the true test for the company, Jeremy Robinson-Leon tells MarketWatch:
Uber harassment scandal will hurt, but not in same way as #DeleteUber campaign

A crisis of Uber proportions

February 21, 2017

Sexual harassment claims plunge Uber into a new crisis. To recover, it must first tackle the root of the problem. Jeremy Robinson-Leon shares his view with the Los Angeles Times:
Uber sexual harassment allegations are a warning for the tech industry and its ‘rock star’ culture

A balancing act for brands in a polarized climate

January 31, 2017

As political polarization grows, partisanship spreads to corporate America. Michael Gordon discusses what this means for brands today with the Los Angeles Times:
Facing Trump’s immigration ban, corporations can’t risk keeping silent

No stars for this hotel group’s crisis response

January 30, 2017

Is APA Group digging itself into a deeper hole with a statement defending its CEO’s controversial writings? Lana Gersten shares her take in The Wall Street Journal:
Crisis of the Week: CEO’s Writings Put APA Group in Hot Seat


Driving Media For Your Business: A Guide for Maximizing National Media Attention

November 29, 2016

We recently hosted a webinar with prominent business journalist, Fortune columnist, and editor-in-chief of Strategy+Business, Dan Gross, who shared his insights on going beyond the local context to secure national media attention. Based on that discussion, we’ve decided to explore ways to extend and leverage national media coverage for further exposure in our new guide, Driving Media For Your Business: […]

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