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Why the Bloomingdale's Ad Was an Inexcusable Marketing Mistake

The ad that was suggestive of rape was inexcusable. Bloomingdale's response wasn't much better.

Sandi Krakowski

5 Ways to Salvage Your Career After Losing Your Cool

Whatever it was that you said that you shouldn't have, you know what to say next -- "I'm sorry.''

3 Things Jessica Alba's Honest Company Must Do to Stop Its Brand From Burning

The personal-care company is in the hot seat regarding a wave of complaints that its sunscreen doesn't work.

The Power of an Apt Apology

Five tips to ensure that the one you give hits just the right note.

Gideon Kimbrell

Under Armour Pulls 'Band of Ballers' T-Shirt After Complaints

The shirt featured an image meant to evoke associations with a famous Iwo Jima photograph.

Carly Okyle

3 Reasons Why Apologizing Hurts Your Business

Hey entrepreneurs and business people, stop saying you're sorry so much.

Gene Marks

McDonald's Japan Apologizes After Tooth Found in Food

After declining sales, a french-fry shortage and this latest scandal, executives probably miss the days when their biggest concern was the Hamburglar.

Reuters

6 Tips for Overcoming a Bad First Impression

People make up their minds about each other in an instant but nothing is permanent.

John Boitnott

How Barilla Transformed Into a Trailblazer for Corporate Equality

Today, the company has added transgender-related care to its health benefits, contributes money to gay rights causes and has featured a lesbian couple on a promotional website.

Geoff Weiss

Widow Brings Husband's Ashes to T-Mobile Store After Company Refuses to Cancel His Contract

A 56-year-old widow from Wales has said that it was easier -- procedurally speaking -- to bury her late husband than to cancel his T-Mobile cell phone contract.

Geoff Weiss