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Is all publicity good publicity? Just ask Chipotle what it thinks after highly publicized E. coli outbreaks led to its first ever quarterly loss, owing to a sales nosedive of 23.4 percent. Every industry has its nightmare PR situation, whether it’s food-safety issues for a restaurant or criticisms of environmental practices for an energy company. Thankfully,

As a species, human beings are very adaptable to changing circumstances; this is how we’ve survived the last 200,000 years. However, that does not mean, we, humans, like or embrace change. More so, when that difference is perceived as being less personally beneficial than the status quo. Now add a bunch of new terminology and

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