The industry trope "blame the intern" no longer works for social media mistakes, as recent gaffes from the Wall Street Journal and Salon confirm.
With several proposals on the table, Europe continues to struggle for a unified response to the migration crisis.
The Dow dropped nearly 500 points and the New York Stock Exchange invoked Rule 48 for the fourth time in two weeks Tuesday to preempt panic selling.
Americans' purchases of cars, pickup trucks and SUVs in August surprised many industry watchers.
Newsstand sales of periodicals are now half of what they were in 2007, when Apple released its mobile device, data show.
U.S. police departments want to turn social media into an actual "conversation." But often their social strategy places them in the crosshairs of social outrage.
The oil-dependent African nation has looked to China for aid and investment, but is facing an economic crisis as crude prices fall and China's financial woes persist.
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