It was more than Samsung could have dreamed of. There they were at CES Las Vegas 2014, the world’s biggest consumer electronics jamboree – barring perhaps Mobile World Congress – the Mecca of everything new in mobile, electronics and networking with hundreds of journalists and film crews from every corner of the globe vying with each other to find out just what the Internet of Things really is, and whether anyone will be giving away free 3D printers… Continue reading →
Following on from some terrible mishandling of social media in 2013 by household names such as British Gas, Ryanair and Burger King, we look at the ways we think are best to handle social media. Continue reading →
Academy award-winning actress Reese Witherspoon was arrested last month after police stopped the car her husband, Hollywood agent Jim Toth, was driving to give him a sobriety test. Witherspoon wouldn’t stay in the car when asked to do so by the officer and was given a disorderly conduct charge. Continue reading →
Last week, BlackBerry battled for its reputation as Detwiler Fenton, the institutional research and wealth management group, stated that customer returns of the Z10 were outnumbering sales at certain key retailers. A sell-off of BlackBerry shares ensued and the Wall Street Journal getting hold of the story didn’t help – shares plummeted nearly 8%. Continue reading →
The British press has devoted a lot of lines this week to how Boris Johnson, Mayor of London and possible future rival for British PM (though he’s never admitted to this ambition) was made to squirm on the sofa of a popular political talk show as his interviewer, Eddie Mair, dug his scalpel in deep, calling Johnson a “nasty piece of work”, quizzing him about being fired from The Times for making up quotes, being sacked by his party for allegedly lying about an affair and the infamous recorded phone call with Darius Guppy where they discuss a plan to have a journalist beaten up. A classic car crash interview in many ways, but has it actually damaged Brand Boris?
Fuel leaks, emergency landings and alarm bells – but shares are up
This week, Boeing, the largest global aircraft manufacturer and second largest aerospace and defence contractor in the world, enjoyed fruits born of confident executive handling of a PR meltdown. On Tuesday shares rose 1.5 percent to $84.16, the highest since May 2008. Continue reading →