Category Archives: Reputation Wrap-Up

Reputation Communications Cheers and Jeers

As usual, politicians, athletes and business leaders have given us a week full of opportunities to cheer or jeer their actions.  As a result, reputations have either advanced or have been damaged.  For some, the damage can be managed.  For … Continue reading

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Internet Wars Heat Up This Week

It’s been a big week for tech giants Google, Facebook and Microsoft. Despite Facebook’s “whisper” campaign against it, Google managed to divert positive attention to its new “Chromebook” while Microsoft garnered page one headlines with its $8.5 purchase of Skype. … Continue reading

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The Royal Wedding and Social Media Opportunities

Today, I can post about literally nothing other than the Royal Wedding. It’s not that the world has stopped turning or that there is no other news, but with 8,000 journalists attending the affair in England, it has become almost … Continue reading

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Boy-Color: Will a Controversial Ad Hurt J.Crew’s Reputation?

Like many little girls, I loved when my mom would paint my nails when I was younger. I would pick out the most outrageous color I could find and have fantastic mommy and me bonding time. Inevitably, my little brother … Continue reading

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So Long, Farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, Goodbye

  Today’s post is bittersweet: after helping to establish The Fosbury Flop just over one year ago, and watching it become such a dynamic source of information regarding reputation communications and current events, I can’t help but feel a sense … Continue reading

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All trivial in the wake of…

Taking a look back at the news of the week, it all seems trivial in the wake of the earthquakes and tsunamis which have ravaged Japan today. With already 1,000 presumed dead and the death toll rising, people around the … Continue reading

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Galliano and the Fashion Industry: Overcoming Reputation Flubs

Beautiful dresses and Nazi rants—these are things we’ve come to expect from former Dior artistic director, John Galliano. After an alleged racist rant Thursday, February 24th, Dior suspended the designer. When a video of Galliano spewing things about his love … Continue reading

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Getting Really Serious About Lindsay Lohan’s Courtroom Dress

There’s a lot going on around the world right now. Egypt is going through a political transformation, Lady Gaga has a new single out, and Julian Assange is having his extradition hearing. But it’s been a long week, and instead … Continue reading

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Reputation Playlist & The Week That Was

So it’s the end of another week and I am tasked with the “reputation round-up.” There is plenty to cover this week: Reputation as a Champion: After 16 years as a dominating lefty in Major League Baseball, Andy Pettitte announced … Continue reading

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State of the Body Language: A WTF Reputation Wrap Up

This week in news showed us some pretty interesting examples of body language and how it gets people talking.  Just goes to show it’s not always what you say, it’s how you say or don’t say it (in the case … Continue reading

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