NEW YORK: Press coverage can make a huge difference to your company. Here's how to conduct yourself like a pro.How hard can it be, really, sitting down and doing an interview with a reporter? We ask you questions, you answer them. Simple, right?
WASHINGTON: White House spokesman Jay Carney said President Obama called the California attorney general to apologize for causing a stir with his compliment about her looks. Some called the comment sexist, especially in light of Obama's male-dominated staff.
LONDON: Chief marketing officers (CMOs) who fail to realise social media's potential for customer interaction and customer retention are being left behind. On Twitter, Facebook and even on Instagram, brands are now being discussed and dissected; companies' stories are being subverted and inverted.
NEW YORK: Your writing is a reflection of your thinking. Clear, succinct, convincing writing will differentiate you as a great thinker and a valuable asset to your team. If you want to be thought of as a smart thinker, you must become a better writer. If you want to be taken seriously by your manager, colleagues, potential employers, clients and prospects, you must become a better writer.
CANBERRA: Sports stars should be a paid a bonus for not having a social media profile, according to National Institute of Sport Studies director Keith Lyons, who suggests young athletes should receive cash incentives to limit their digital footprint and stay off Twitter and Instagram.