The advance screener for the premier of Season Seven of Mad Men bore so many warnings, that I initially wondered...
Apr 14 2014, 2:24am CDT
Source: Asia One
The Disease Control Department yesterday revealed that 34,834 children had suffered hand, foot and mouth disease between January 1 and July 20 but there was no serious outbreak or deaths.The department's chief Dr Sophon Mekthon warned that the disease would still be an issue until next month, especially when children mingled with other kids at school and during the rainy season - with the most-at-risk group one to three-year-olds.The provinces with the highest HFMD prevalence ...
Full article at: Asia One
1 hour ago
What if you invented a revolutionary product that replaced narcotics to alleviate pain, but you fumbled the public...
Jan 7 2014, 5:06am CST
(The Nation) — Israel has killed almost 800 Palestinians in the past twenty-one days in the Gaza Strip alone; its onslaught continues. The UN estimates that more than 74 percent of those killed are civilians. That is to be expected in a population of 1.8 million where the number of Hamas members is approximately 15,000. Israel does not deny that it killed those Palestinians using modern aerial technology and precise wea ...
Full article at: WND
5 hours ago, 4:35pm CDT
By Simone Baribeau Puerto Rico, on the brink of massive municipal bond defaults, has committed the trifecta of public relations sins: misdirection, finger-pointing, and political infighting. And a flailing communications strategy is no small problem for the struggling commonwealth, where a cohesive message is absolutely critical to gaining investor confidence. Pue ...
Full article at: Forbes
10 hours ago, 11:13am CDT
It's a sexist industry
Sep 9 2010, 12:01am CDT
Source: 24/7 Wall St.
If any Wall Street sector has had headline risk for the past year, and some would say five years, it is the banking sector. Despite a horrible public relations nightmare as the “too big ...
Full article at: 24/7 Wall St.
13 hours ago, 8:10am CDT
The grief associated with losing an uninsured home to fire can be softened for as little as $9 a month.
That is according to chairman of the public relations committee of the General Insurance Association of Barbados (GIAB), Anton Lovell, who has expressed concern about the number of Barbadians whose uninsured houses continue to go up in flames.
A check with Barbados Fire Service Sub Officer Stanley Absalom yesterday revealed that for the year, there had ...
Full article at: NationNews-Barbados
22 hours ago, 11:10pm CDT
Razz announced a new service today called Talking Photos that allow people to mash pop culture audio clips with user...
Apr 7 2008, 12:21pm CDT