MacVoices #14181: The MacJury on the Highs and Lows of Corporate Communications in Tech

 The MacJury convenes to discuss some of the recent examples of good and bad corporate communications from Microsoft, Apple, Google, Yahoo and Samsung. There have recently been some stellar examples of how to do it right and how to do it wrong. Those examples, along with their impact on users, investors and corporate credibility are examined by the panel of Mark Fuccio, Jeff Gamet, Jon Seff and host Chuck Joiner.

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Chuck Joiner is the producer and host of MacVoices. You can catch up with what he’s doing on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and LinkedIn.

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Jeff Gamet  is the Managing Editor for  The Mac Observer, and the author of  Fresh Brewed Tales, a chronicle of Jeff’s strange adventures at coffee shops. You can find his regular updates on  Twitter.  

Mark Fuccio  is actively involved in high tech startup companies, both as a principle at, or as an marketing advisor through his consulting practice  Tactics Sells High Tech, Inc.  Mark was a proud investor in Microsoft from the mid-1990’s selling in mid 2000, and hopes one day that MSFT will be again an attractive investment. You can contact Mark through his web site or through  Twitter.

Jonathan Seff is the former Executive Editor of Macworld, covering the Apple ecosystem and the broader world of tech for more than 15 years. He blogs semi-regularly at and you can follow him on Twitter.


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