That's one consultant's advice, anyway, for paranoid companies.
Speaking Fees of the Rich and Marginally Famous
June 14, 2013
In February, the Knight Foundation—a nonprofit devoted to the future of journalism—paid disgraced science writer Jonah Lehrer $20,000 to speak at a conference, only months after he was nailed for plagiarism and fabricating quotes.
It should come as no surprise that The Internship, Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson's dude flick about being 40-something summer interns at Google, is a two-hour infomercial for the famously fun-loving company.
Verizon may not have been able to fight a secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court order, revealed last night by the Guardian, to hand over subscribers’ call data to the National Security Agency.
The Guilt Index: Tag Check
June 03, 2013
Just how guilty you should feel when your new shirt says “made in X.”
The Myth of the ‘Twitter Police’
June 02, 2013
What a Washington Post story gets wrong about online outrage.
The Drain Catcher
May 31, 2013
Even superstar athletes fall for get-rich-quick schemes. Managing them is Corey Galloway's business.
Why Did Apple Hire Former EPA Chief Lisa Jackson?
May 29, 2013
It's a clever move by the embattled company.
Immigration Reform's Unwanted Foreigners
May 24, 2013
Could the bill before Congress ignite a trade war with India?
May 21, 2013
The political theater of CEO Tim Cook's congressional testimony.