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tech-power

Amazon’s Creepy Twitter PR Army is Growing

Amazon now has dozens of apparent employees tweeting about how much they love the company. But even former employees are suspicious of the accounts.
Edward Ongweso Jr
Joseph Cox
8.16.19
Internet Insecurity

The Attack on Fair Elections Is a Great Marketing Opportunity For Tech Companies

With Donald Trump downplaying and denying Russian attempts to interfere with American elections, companies like Microsoft, Google, and Cloudflare have filled the void as defenders of democracy.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
8.21.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Bill Cosby Is Doing Stand-Up Again for Some Reason

The disgraced actor made a bizarre return to comedy Monday night in Philadelphia ahead of his April retrial.
Drew Schwartz
1.23.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Bill Cosby Invited Reporters to Watch Him Eat Pasta and Made a #MeToo Joke

"I just shook your hand like a man. Please don’t put me on #MeToo."
Drew Schwartz
1.12.18
Communication Issues

If Facebook Actually Wants to Be Transparent, It Should Talk to Journalists

A Facebook executive has been complaining about negative press coverage, yet the company declines to engage with journalists.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
11.10.17
VICE News Tonight on HBO

On the night watch in post-hurricane Puerto Rico

VICE News
10.3.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Corporate Sponsors Drop Trumpian 'Julius Caesar' over Assassination Scene

Delta and Bank of America announced they'd no longer be supporting the Shakespeare in the Park play, in which a Trump-like Caesar is murdered.
Drew Schwartz
6.12.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

People Would Pay More Just to Avoid United After Its Controversy, Says Study

About 79 percent of participants who heard about David Dao's incident would choose American Airlines over an identical United flight.
Drew Schwartz
4.17.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

David Dao's Lawyer Vowed Legal Action Against United Airlines

Attorney Thomas Demetrio said his client will seek physical and emotional damages after suffering injuries when he was dragged off a United plane last Sunday.
Drew Schwartz
4.13.17
News

PR People Are Failing Right Now

A veteran public relations officer told us why United Airlines, Sean Spicer, and Pepsi should have known better.
Mike Pearl
4.12.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

United CEO Now Wants a Review of 'Horrific' Plane Incident

Oscar Munoz said the airline will mount an investigation into how and why a passenger was literally dragged off one of its planes.
Drew Schwartz
4.11.17
damage control

How to Recover From a Major Screwup

A persuasion expert shows you how to apologize—without having to say you're sorry.
Jay Heinrichs
4.11.17
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