Mike Paul, The Reputation Doctor® and Others Comment on The Koch Brothers’ Rebranding Campaign
NEW KOCH: Rebranding the Koch Brothers
I had the honor of being interviewed by Jane Mayer of The New Yorker for this excellent new article on the Koch Brothers. I hope you enjoy it in the link below:
January 25, 2016 NEW KOCH: Rebranding The Koch Brothers by Jane Mayer, The New Yorker Magazine… Read the rest
Can Bill Cosby Still Save His Reputation?
Last week Sunday, I appeared on WABC TV’s Here and Now with Sandra Bookman to discuss Bill Cosby’s ongoing reputation in crisis. Many have asked to view this important interview. The interview includes my professional opinion and answer to the following important question:
Can Bill Cosby’s reputation still be saved today? Please watch the interview HERE and I look forward to your feedback in my comments section. Thank you.… Read the rest
Top 10 List Of The Worst Reputations In Crisis For 2014
Mike Paul, The Reputation Doctor®’s Top 10 List of The Worst Reputations In Crisis for 2014
This year, in 2014, we celebrate my 20th Annual Top 10 List of the Worst Reputations In Crisis! Yes, the Originator, not the Imitators!
As always, this Top 10 List of Worst Reputations In Crisis for 2014 is solely the opinion of Mike Paul, The Reputation Doctor®.
Mike Brown laid dead in Ferguson street for hours after police officer shot him several times.
1. CITY (HAMLET) OF FERGUSON – The shooting of unarmed teenager, Michael Brown, by former Ferguson police officer, Darren Wilson, became the defining moment of 2014 for the worse reputation in crisis. As a result, the City of Ferguson, (more a small hamlet with major racial issues and a part-time inexperienced mayor versus a true city) became a lightning rod symbol of alleged racism, as well as police and government injustice not only in the U.S., but worldwide.… Read the rest
Wolfeboro Police Chief Robert Copeland Resigned Due To Power Of The Court Of Public Opinion
Former Wolfeboro New Hampshire Police Commissioner Robert Copeland resigned his post in shame today. Copeland had called the President of the United States, Barack Obama, a NIGGER. And he did so with pride. His hubris was so great he thought he could get away with it as an elected official himself. He obviously did not understand how reputation works. He truly underestimated the power of the court of public opinion versus the court of law, including election law.
Robert Copeland was not tried in legal court nor did he lose in a re-election campaign. He was forced out by a town concerned for its own reputation combined with the pressure of others, including myself, asking for a boycott of Wolfeboro until he resigned.… Read the rest