Wall Street

April 18, 2010

Wall Street’s Apology – So Far, Just PR?

by: in: communications, Crenshaw Communications, crisis management, public relations, reputation

Two former banking executives got another workout last week. So did the “apology PR” movement. This time it was Citibank ex-CEO Charles Prince and former director Robert Rubin. Under the hot glare of cameras – and the even more heated glares from the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, each expressed the most sincere-sounding contrition to date…
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November 13, 2009

How Goldman Can Beat Its Bad PR

by: in: communications, Crenshaw Communications, public relations, reputation

When news broke last week that bankers at Goldman Sachs had received the H1N1 vaccine amid shortages at doctors’ offices and hospitals, it was one more public relations headache for the firm. And there was a feverish reaction from the blogosphere and the mainstream press, including a hilarious Saturday Night Live sendup. As the bankers got their shots, everyone…
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