reputational


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reputational

(ˌrɛpjʊˈteɪʃənəl)
adj
formal of or pertaining to reputation
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Chairman of the National Asset Management Agency Frank Daly said: "It is unfortunate in some cases those making the allegations appear unconcerned about the reputational or commercial damage their unsubstantiated allegations may cause to the organisation concerned or to any individuals they may name.
NEW YORK, July 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Ketchum, one of the world leaders in communications and public relations, today announced the formation of a new offering, Ketchum Game Plan, combining Ketchum's expertise in sports marketing with capabilities in issues management strategy, reputational risk preparedness and crisis response for brands that have made significant investments in the world's premier sporting events.
Most commercial liability insurance policies address personal and advertising injury; a few specialty liability insurance policies address reputational injury.
While these are common claims for small business owners, perhaps they should be more worried about customer injury, product liability, and reputational damage.
Thus, board discussions on scenarios relating to the topic of reputational risk should not stop with information security.
Contract notice: Reputational search tool and automation research tool.
It isn't a large amount of money but it's a reputational issue and something I think we should stop doing, particularly at a time when we are cutting services all over the place.
In turn, the reputational hit can deflate a stock price, boost a competitor, erode market share and degrade employee morale.
Conversely, reputational hits erode firms'business objectives, forcing them to play a game of catch-up.
paragraph] So what exactly is reputational management?
PULLING out of the European Convention on Human Rights would create "serious reputational issues" for the UK, sacked Attorney-General Dominic Grieve warned yesterday.
Nonetheless, investors associated with Ben Ali-era individuals and organisations implicated by the Commission will face increased reputational risks.