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Warning: Fake News Can Damage Your Company’s Reputation

Warning: Fake News Can Damage Your Company’s Reputation

The democratization of information allows anyone to be a publisher of news — fake or otherwise. In PR Week, Edward Reilly, Global Chief Executive Officer of the Strategic Communications segment, explains how businesses must communicate in this new age to protect themselves. 

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Published March 2017

© Copyright 2017. The views expressed herein are those of the author(s) and not necessarily the views of FTI Consulting, Inc., its management, its subsidiaries, its affiliates, or its other professionals.

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Edward J. Reilly
edward.reilly@fticonsulting.com
Global Chief Executive Officer
Strategic Communications
FTI Consulting

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