YEAR IN REVIEW: There were dozens of examples of brands and influencers falling foul of Chinese consumer expectations this year, resulting in boycotts, terminated contracts and store closures. We round up a few of the high-profile cases.
A crew of 11 waltzing robots spraying sanitizer, plus exemplary use of sensible crisis-management principles like transparency, helped Hong Kong shopping destination K11 Musea bring visitors back after a Covid outbreak.
The head of the Japanese Olympic Committee has resigned following corruption allegations. Will the Olympics, as a brand, suffer? Don't bet on it.
The former Nissan chairman's treatment is seen as a threat to Japan's business reputation, while Nissan's unclear communications could hurt investor relations.
The rise of video manipulation is spurring news publishers to take action, explains the director of the BBC World Service Group. But risk experts say it's only a matter of time before brands get hit too.
The shock arrest of the leader widely credited with leading a turnaround is unlikely to do much long-term damage and may even be an opportunity, according to experts contacted by Campaign.
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