Posted by Brian Connolly Saturday, October 20, 2007
In a surprising, shocking, seldom if ever seen today demonstration of unadulterated altruism, this week a public relations firm stepped up to remind us of what really matters. Totally contrary to the era of selfish "Me2," Thursday Ogilvy Public Relations hosted the firm's first ever grief counseling session. Designed to help ease the grief cycle -- i.e. denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance -- the session was for parents of employees of Ogilvy PR in New York.
On Thursday, March 8, 2007 at 7:41 AM, Ronn Torossian, President and CEO of 5WPR, emphatically promised that he was going to sue us. No real reason, he was just irritated by our teasing him about getting in bed with pornographer Joe Francis. Anyway, Ronn gave his obscenity-laced word that we'd see the complaint in 72 hours. It's now late by
Kathleen Durazo about A Measly $2.8 Million Goes Missing, Lawsuit Results Fri, Jul 31, 10:58:34 AM Ray Durazo (the founder) sold the company to Dan in 1999. He was not involved in any of this. He (and I) found out about the lawsuit in the LA Times. In addition to embezzling this m [...]