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"Gynecologist’s Actions Bring Down USC’s President" 

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"Harassment Claims Cost Wynn Resorts its Leader" 

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"NBC News Faces Questions After Lauer Firing" 

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"Equifax Hit With Massive Reputation Breach" 

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"Fujifilm Addresses Accounting Problems" 

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"Hacked Twitter Account Gives McDonald’s Indigestion" 

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"Qualcomm Chips Away at South Korea Probe" 

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"Tyson Finds Itself in Game of Reputation Chicken" 

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"Delta Grounded After Computer Crash" 

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"Signet Confronts Diamond Debacles" 

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"NFL Goes for Knockout Against New York Times" 

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"OSI Fights Back In China" 

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"Tesla Slams the Brakes on Seat Belt Problem" 

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"United Airlines Faces Turbulence Amid Federal Probe" 

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 "Accounting Problems Hobble Toshiba" 

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 "Kiss-and-Tell Fears After Adult Friend Finder Breach" 

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"Ice Cream Recall Snags Blue Bell" 

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"Williams, NBC Between Iraq and a Hard Place" 

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"Sometimes You Feel Like a Nut" 

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"How Well Did Tesco Account for Itself?" 

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In the News-Audio & Visual Clips

Forging Thought Leadership into a Titanium-Strong Marketing Tool

Dean Rotbart, Monday Morning Radio, March 23, 2015

This week on Monday Morning Radio, Davia Temin tells listeners how to forge thought leadership and reputation management into titanium-strong marketing tools – both for yourself, and for your company or products.

Davia is interviewed by Dean Rotbart, co-host of Business Unconventional, the one-hour radio newsmagazine that aired weekly on News/Talk 710 KNUS AM in Denver. [...read more]

To listen to the interview, CLICK HERE.

To download the podcast from iTunes, CLICK HERE.

Women-Only Poker Tournament a Bet on Career Advancement

Louise Dewast, ABC News, July 11, 2016

Davia Temin was one of 55 CEOs, entrepreneurs, artists and businesswomen from various industries invited to play at a women-only poker tournament in London last month. The event was organized by Heidi Messer, a New York entrepreneur and investor who first launched the tournament in her Manhattan apartment a couple of years ago.

Messer saw the power in the unspoken connection between powerful men in business — created through golf, fraternities or sporting events — and decided it was time for women to have the same. [...read more]

Communicating with Authority and Compassion in Crisis or Opportunity

Wanda Wallace, "Out of the Comfort Zone," Voice America, August 21, 2015

The most admired leaders are admired because of their skill in communicating. What do these leaders do and not do that sets them apart? The answer to that question is what the show is all about. We will be talking with Davia Temin, President and CEO of Temin and Company, about how leaders inspire, how they convey authority and what they do when things go wrong. [...read more]

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Roger Goodell has gone to ground

Tim Keown, ESPN, September 18, 2014

Roger Goodell has disappeared. In the NFL's hour of greatest need, its leader has decided to remain silent and invisible. Poof! Vanished. For more than a week, as pictures emerge and indictments are filed and news conferences collapse under the weight of doublespeak and obfuscation, Goodell has sealed himself away from the mounting pile of rubble.

Where is he, and why? Is the commissioner himself on the NFL exempt/commissioner's permission list? His retreat from the public realm gives the impression of a boss who is not only inaccessible, but incapable. This isn't going away soon.

New York crisis management expert Davia Temin says she would tell Goodell this: The league must use its reach and influence to devote itself to the issue of domestic violence, including child abuse. It should mandate its players and team employees to complete the strictest and most comprehensive domestic violence training in corporate America. It should buy in wholly and completely, not as a PR stunt. [...read more]

Office Hours with Davia Temin

Freyan Billimoria, Levo League, July 8, 2014

Davia Temin joins Freyan Billimoria for Levo League's "Office Hours," a weekly, 30-minute live Q&A video chat that gives viewers an exclusive inside look into the career path, lessons learned and personal advice from top leaders and experts. She shares stories about how she got where she is today, top tips for communications, and managing those curveballs that life throws at you. [...read more]

Hackers raid eBay in historic breach, access 145M records

Josh Lipton, CNBC, May 22, 2014

EBay says a cyberattack breached a database containing passwords and other non-financial data. CNBC's Josh Lipton and Davia Temin, president and CEO of Temin and Company, provide perspective. [...read more]

EBay says client information stolen in hacking attack

CNBC/Reuters, May 21, 2014

E-commerce company eBay said client identity information including emails, addresses and birthdays was stolen in a hacking attack between late February and early March.

EBay urged users to change their passwords after the attack on a database that also contained encrypted passwords, physical addresses and phone numbers.

It said it found no evidence of any unauthorized access to financial or credit card information.

Davia Temin talks with CNBC's Josh Lipton about the breach. [...read more]

Nightly Business Report — May 5, 2014

Tyler Mathisen and Susie Gharib, Nightly Business Report, May 5, 2014

Target's CEO is out as the Board calls for new leadership following the massive cyber attack. Are other CEOs just as vulnerable?

And, Warren Buffett is still going strong at 83. What advice is the investing super-star giving on the market, his company and the business world?

Davia Temin discusses Target's latest shake-up and CEO vulnerability when things go wrong. [...read more]

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Nightly Business Report – Thursday, April 4, 2013

Tyler Mathisen and Susie Gharib, Nightly Business Report, April 4, 2013

Carnival Cruise Lines' unsafe passenger ships, JCPenney's controversial branding revamp and lululemon's product issues, including too-sheer yoga pants – which corporate CEO is handling their reputational crisis properly? Davia Temin discusses the impact a CEO's response can have on investors, customers, and the public at-large. [...read more]

Goldman's Latest PR Struggle

Mary Thompson, CNBC, January 4, 2013

A voice of reason in a hot CNBC debate on whether Goldman Sachs should have accelerated bonuses last year, avoiding 2013 tax hikes — Davia Temin interviewed on CNBC's Closing Bell. [...read more]

 

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