Howard Bragman, vice chairman of Reputation.com, joins Chris Jansing on Jansing & Co. What's making the rounds on social this week? Red Sox's David Ortiz snaps a selfie with the president using a Samsung phone - a marketing ploy with lots of buzz. Obamacare's enrollment deadline hit this week - and McDonald's and Taco Bell go to the breakfast wars.
Michael Fertik, CEO and Founder of Reputation.com, discusses how Turkey's move to block YouTube and Twitter is a strategic one designed to appeal to a conservative, anti-Western base - and doomed to fail. Also on the docket? King and Candy Crush Saga - what's next?
Reputation.com CEO and Founder Michael Fertik discusses GM's recall issue, MLB recruitment and the importance of getting a rock star, and Turkey's recent moves to ban social media.
Michael Fertik, Founder and CEO of Reputation.com, talks about the Malaysian government's poor execution of the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight - and how the airlines CEO must separate his business from that response.
Reputation.com CEO and Founder Michael Fertik shares why Silicon Valley cares about international crises.
Michael Fertik, Reputation.com CEO and Founder, joins Bloomberg Surveillance to explore the ongoing situation in the Ukraine - and Governor Christie's way forward after the bridge scandal.
Howard Bragman, vice chairman of Reputation.com, joins Chris Jansing to talk about what's hot with social this week. On the docket? Pope Francis meets with President Obama and March Madness is upon us with the Sweet Sixteen.
Michael Fertik, CEO and Founder of Reputation.com, joins Ali Velshi on Real Money to talk about a class-action lawsuit in Silicon Valley and how alleged collusion among tech giants prevented workers from competing for jobs.