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Facebook's admitted it hired a PR agency to run a smear campaign against Google. Burson-Marsteller was paid by the social network to pitch privacy scare stories to journalists.
Eleven large PR firms issue statements agreeing to comply with the online encyclopedia's rules after an investigation into paid edits on the site.
Following the revelation that Facebook secretly paid a PR company to pitch anti-Google stories to journalists, the social network sent us a statement denying that it was engaged in a smear campaign.
Burson-Marsteller's Global Social Media Check-Up study shows that most of the Global Fortune 100 are taking social media more seriously these days.
The former adviser to Bill Clinton will join Microsoft as a corporate VP in charge of strategic and special projects, reporting to CEO Steve Ballmer.
A prominent public relations firm admits it took aim at Google's Social Circle feature at Facebook's behest, while trying to keep the social network's hand out of view.
Political operative Mark Penn helped Bill and Hillary Clinton; Tony Blair; and Bill Gates. Can he do as much to help Microsoft?
Launching a small "field trial," the Web giant circles its way back toward the social sphere with its Google+ project. Can this win the friends that Buzz failed to gather?