— Michael Carberry, a former PR exec who teaches at American University, discusses Ketchum’s representation of Russia in light of the Ukraine crisis. Ketchum, which has earned more than $55 million over eight years handling publicity and media relations for the government of Russia and Gazprom, has distanced itself from the dispute, saying it is not advising the country on foreign-policy matters.
Guess elevators go up and down, http://t.co/xkDPZgaCI8— Goldman Sachs (@GoldmanSachs) March 6, 2014
Goldman Sachs seemed to enjoy the news that John Lefevre, owner of the parody Twitter account @GSElevator, had lost his book deal after it came to light that he wasn’t actually an employee of the bank. Lefevre was unmasked in late February as the creator of the handle.