A tool to catch sarcasm online - sounds great....

French company Spotter is going to help the British Home Office identify sarcastic comments posted online.

How NOT to handle customer relations

If it's true that there's no such thing as bad publicity, PR man Paul Christoforo from Ocean Marketing is doing a jolly good job. His company is all over the internet this week, following an extraordinary exchange of emails with a customer.

Redner Group fired over Duke Nukem threats

There has been much anticipation and perhaps equally as much disappointment over the launch of Duke Nukem Forever. 

Facebook enlists PR agency in Google smear campaign

In a scandal rocking the Internet, Facebook has been accused of secretly hiring a PR company to plant negative stories about Google in a full fledged smear campaign.

Balloon stunt blows up in game developer's face

A PR stunt went badly wrong for games developer THQ this week when a mass balloon release caused outrage amongst environmentalists.

Facebook helps find missing children in nifty PR move

Facebook's agreed to display Amber Alerts - notifications of missing children - following a deal with the National Center for the Missing and Exploited Children and the Department of Justice.