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Marketing nightmare: Lost personal data for 13,000 people


April 5, 2011 by Charlie Walker

As if trying to salvage the company’s reputation after last year’s Gulf oil spill wasn’t enough, BP has a fresh case of egg on its face. More…

Rebranding: What were they thinking?


August 18, 2010 by Fred Hosier

Recently, there’s been a small wave of companies rebranding themselves by using their acronyms. Here’s a look at the good, the bad, and the stupid in rebranding. More…

Do these companies really deserve to be among the top 100 brands?


August 3, 2010 by Bob Hill

BusinessWeek recently released its annual list of the best 100 global brands. While some of the perennial favorites seem like no brainers, you might wonder what some of the other honorees say about today’s buyers. More…

What small biz can learn from BP’s fines


June 10, 2010 by tguay

There’s a huge lesson that every business should take home from the BP oil spill which i’s about to cost the British company billions in civil fines alone. More…

How BP’s oil spill will affect biz costs in U.S.


May 10, 2010 by tguay

American manufacturers will pay a price for BP’s big oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, and the costs have nothing to do with the gigantic cleanup bills the refiner will ultimately pay. More…

No injuries, no property damage: Then how did OSHA safety fine reach 7 figures?


March 16, 2010 by Fred Hosier

Democrats in Congress have introduced bills to raise the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s fines, something that hasn’t been done in two decades. But even without new legislation, OSHA is finding ways to issue large fines. More…


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