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Join Us for IMC USA’s Consult-Con 2019

IMC USA is one of our favorite events that we earmark on the calendar, and we’re nearing the date for 2019’s Consult-Con—three days of speakers, networking, information and career enrichment. This year’s Institute of Management Consultants conference will be held in beautiful Dallas, Texas, at the Dallas/Addison Marriott Quorum on Friday, October 4th through Sunday, October 6th. 2019’s theme, “Vrooom!!…

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Facebook Looking into Removing “Likes” from Newsfeeds

Both Twitter and Instagram have been toying with the idea of removing “likes” from posts on their main newsfeed, and it seems that Facebook may be following suit. Facebook is looking into taking “likes” out of the equation, making them only visible to the user on their own profile. This would obviously mark a major shift in the way the…

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It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year: The Annual Apple Event

Summer is nearly over and fall is a couple of weeks away, so that means one thing: it’s Apple announcement time! The tech giant’s biggest event of the year kicks off today at 1:00 pm EST, and Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 11 for the first time. Gadgetheads: Get ready. Apple traditionally rolls out a new slate of…

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Holiday Season Myths, and prayers for The Bahamas

Below is the blog post I wrote last week to post today.  Since then, thousands of lives have been changed forever and millions more are awaiting the (hopeful) news that their lives won’t change.  I’m talking about, of course, Hurricane Dorian that stalled over The Bahamas this weekend as the largest storm in recorded history.  We at PR/PR pray for…

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Twitter Devolved into a Brand Battle Over Chicken Sandwiches

Where were you during The Great Chicken Sandwich Wars of 2019? If you’re still a bit shaken and apprehensive about logging on to Twitter, I don’t blame you—it got pretty rough out there. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, that’s okay, too; this intrepid blogger is here to fill you in on all of the details. Last…

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The Weaponization of Social Media in Hong Kong Protests

The upheaval in Hong Kong has captured the world’s attention, as it should. In response to Hong Kong’s consideration of a new extradition bill from Beijing, thousands from the semi-autonomous region of China have taken to the streets in response to what they see as an authoritative move from the Beijing government. There’s been weeks of marches, a two-day shutdown…

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