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The best way for a company to handle a boycott is to ________. ignore it and wait for the storm to pass communicate with consumers and correct misperceptions hire a damage-control expert and deny any wrongdoing fire the marketing staff and hire a new public relations director
The best way for a company to handle a boycott is to communicate with consumers and correct misperceptions.
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