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Eleven large PR firms issue statements agreeing to comply with the online encyclopedia's rules after an investigation into paid edits on the site.
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.
Political operative Mark Penn helped Bill and Hillary Clinton; Tony Blair; and Bill Gates. Can he do as much to help Microsoft?
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.
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?
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.
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.
A global survey of business types ranks the Microsoft and Apple honchos as most admired business leaders.
They tend not to be bloggers themselves, but CEOs think blogs are a good communication tool, study says.