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PR News Recap-June 2020

June has been a very active month for the public relations industry and society as a whole. The ongoing protests following the death of George Floyd have led to a movement that has forced companies and audiences alike to stop what they are doing, listen, and take a stand. This in addition to the ongoing […]

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Tweet by @dhh reads: The Apple Card is such a sexist program. My wife and I filed joint tax returns, live in a community-property state, and have been married for a long time. Yet Apple's black box algorithm thinks I deserve 20 times the credit limit she does. No appeals work.

Apple’s Response, or Lack Thereof, to Discrimination Allegations

Earlier this year Apple launched its credit card, Apple Card, in partnership with Goldman Sachs and Mastercard. The card application was made available to all United States residents on Aug. 6, 2019, and just three months later is being investigated for discrimination. The case started after a tweet from software engineer David Hansson went viral. […]

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October Monthly Reading Round-Up — Proofreading Tips, Election Content, Apple’s Holiday Forecast, Marketing in the Advocacy Era

October has come to a close, and the PRSSA 2016 National Conference came and went in the blink of an eye. Between professional development sessions, socials and networking opportunities, it was easy to fall behind on current events and industry news this month. In case you missed anything, here are eight interesting articles that were […]

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Testing Loyalties: When Brands Take a Stand

The concept of corporate social responsibility is something that has become a common and current topic of discussion in today’s shifting business and media landscapes. While brands and companies need to consider their relationships with customers before acting, they also have to stand on some set of internal principles. Within that realm lies an interesting, […]

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City Series: San Francisco Isn’t Just for Tech Lovers

As a California native, it was only a matter of time before I found my way back home. Not long after graduation, here I am in San Francisco, some eight hours north of where I was born. If you are a soon to be a graduate and are debating where to go after receiving your […]

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