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PureRED, Pleasanton, CA

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Go from Great to the Ideal Job Candidate

Career Oxygen | Melissa Llarena
June 28, 2016

It’s the one question every job hunter wants answered: How do I make myself stand out from all the other applicants? How can I outsmart everyone else?

Building Love in Family Life: Lego Dad

Building Love in Family Life: Lego Dad

Emory Brown
June 28, 2016

Being a dad is a wonderful thing. There’s nothing like having a mini version of yourself or your girl or a combination of the two. Lego has created a dedicated place on Lego.com that celebrates the relationships great dads have with their kids and their Lego creations. When I first saw the comm...

Political Brand Personalities: Three PR Takeaways from This Year’s Election

Political Brand Personalities: Three PR Takeaways from This Year’s Election

Bulldog Reporter
June 27, 2016

So far, the 2016 race to the Oval Office has been unlike any other. For better or for worse, candidates have battled for media coverage, and more importantly, votes. Aside from the importance of staying on message and managing reputation, the unique campaign holds many relevant takeaways for PR p...

Bud Light Tackles Gender Pay Equality in New Ad

Bud Light Tackles Gender Pay Equality in New Ad

AdAge
June 27, 2016

Fresh off a gay marriage-themed ad, Bud Light is using its marketing budget to spotlight another progressive issue: Equal pay for women. In a TV spot debuting today, Seth Rogen says "women don't get paid as much as men and that is wrong." Amy Schumer, who is co-starring with him in an ongoing cam...

How Apple Made the Watch Work for Wheelchair Users

How Apple Made the Watch Work for Wheelchair Users

Fast Company
June 27, 2016

In America alone, there are more than 2.2 million people who depend upon wheelchairs to get around every day. But most wheelchair users aren't active. They're more sedentary, on average, than those who have full use of their legs—and are consequently at much greater risk of heart attack, stroke, a...