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The Morning Risk Report: Companies Face China’s Wrath About Taiwan

China continues to pressure companies to acknowledge its control over Taiwan, Hong Kong and Tibet, putting businesses in the awkward position of trying to appease China while maintaining relationships in those locales, WSJ Risk & Compliance Journal reports.

All eyes on Publix: What crisis experts have to say about a rough week

In the world of public relations, Publix is having a challenging week. The company, one of Florida's largest employers, first drew headlines for censoring a “Summa Cum Laude” graduation cake.

Crisis of the Week: Shopify CEO Battles Short-Seller Critic

"Mistakes and crises are not uncommon among U.S. corporations and people will likely forgive and forget."

Crisis of the Week: Zenefits CEO Resigns After Compliance Failures

"Mistakes and crises are not uncommon among U.S. corporations and people will likely forgive and forget."

Crisis of the Week: Pharma Firm’s Drug Price Controversy

Business decisions should involve proper public relations planning. Crisis management should begin when life is good, before the crisis.

Dodge the Mud Balls and Keep your Reputation Spic and Span: Part 1 (of 2)

More than 40% of all social networkers said they use social media to learn more about brands or products, and 28% said a “friend” has recommended a brand or product to them through social sites.

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