Monthly archives: July 2015

Posted by Jessica Iocca

CityTarget Hits Boston on the Bullseye

July 30, 2015 In Corporate Comments Off on CityTarget Hits Boston on the Bullseye

As a college student in the Fenway area, I have been eagerly awaiting #CityTargetBoston’s grand opening. Convenient access to $24.99 sandals, colorful throw pillows and kitchen appliances I never knew

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Posted by Amy Derjue

Helene Solomon Quoted on Boston 2024 Bid

July 29, 2015 In Corporate Comments Off on Helene Solomon Quoted on Boston 2024 Bid

Now that Boston’s bid to host the 2024 Olympics has ended, how will the city’s reputation fare? The Boston Business Journal asked local public relations experts to weigh in on

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Posted by Michal Regunberg

When Celebrity Apprentice Meets Presidential Politics

July 29, 2015 In Corporate Comments Off on When Celebrity Apprentice Meets Presidential Politics

I’m going to go out a limb here and say: Donald Trump will not be our next President. But that’s not to say he can’t cause some pain and suffering

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Posted by Meghan Murdock

The 2016 Presidential Hopefuls Build Their Image

July 28, 2015 In Corporate Comments Off on The 2016 Presidential Hopefuls Build Their Image

I’ve followed politics since I was young. Both of my parents actively followed the news and I tuned in with them, whether they were watching presidential election coverage or our

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Posted by Solomon McCown Staff

Ashley McCown on the Big Six PR Crises of 2015 (So Far)

July 27, 2015 In Corporate, Crisis Communications Comments Off on Ashley McCown on the Big Six PR Crises of 2015 (So Far)

Whether it’s an individual like Bill Cosby or Rachel Dolezal, a huge organization like the NFL or a publication like Rolling Stone, there have been several high-profile public relations crises

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Posted by Martha Laparidis

Five Real Estate Developments We’re Watching in Boston

July 27, 2015 In Real Estate Comments Off on Five Real Estate Developments We’re Watching in Boston

In a sea of construction projects in the Greater Boston area, incredible amenities and developments with a mix of residential and commercial space seem to spur the most excitement. Here are some that I can’t wait to see: Related Beal’s Congress

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Posted by Michelle Mastrobattista

Stand and Deliver: Solomon McCown’s Latest eBook

July 24, 2015 In Corporate Comments Off on Stand and Deliver: Solomon McCown’s Latest eBook

Does public speaking make you nervous? You’re not alone. Surveys find that nearly three-quarters of Americans are afraid of speaking to a crowd. Our team of communication experts have trained

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Posted by Kelly Smith

The Politics of Tables

July 21, 2015 In Corporate Comments Off on The Politics of Tables

It starts when we’re kids entering the cafeteria on the first day of school, lunch tray a little shaky, heart beating a little fast, wondering to yourself, Who am I

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Posted by Rachel Dobbs

L.L. Bean’s Brand Influence on Geography

July 17, 2015 In Corporate Comments Off on L.L. Bean’s Brand Influence on Geography

  I recently visited Acadia National Park for the first time. After hearing numerous stories from friends and relatives about its glorious natural peaks and picturesque views, I was very

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Posted by Jackson Murphy

JPP, Adam Schefter, and HIPAA: A Trilogy of Errors

July 15, 2015 In Healthcare Comments Off on JPP, Adam Schefter, and HIPAA: A Trilogy of Errors

New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul was admitted to a Miami hospital last week due to a fireworks mishap, leaving fans and media alike to speculate the seriousness of

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