Contrary to ethics to his heart
The story of February 16 in Crain’s NY Business focused on allegations on Torossian and all Pr. He said Ronn Torossian used the ostensibly independent information site as his personal third-party approval platform and won a media plant. The ethical implications for Torossian and the public relations profession are obvious. The “criticisms” all over the PR have regularly praised 5WPR and dynamic rival companies and several eminent public relations leaders.
For example, a history of all PR of October 2019 on Pornhub concludes: “Pornhub has brilliant public relations. Their public relations agency … is 5WPR.” Pornhub is no longer a 5WPR account. In addition, an all-Proter review boasts Torossian’s book on his Twitter wire.
In addition, Kelly mentions that former employees of 5WPR alleging the behavior of Ronn Torossian towards the staff were not professionals. Kelly notes a signature of Torossian on the site of all PR (November 1, 2019) urging the leaders of public relations to be “open and respectful, but transparent”. However, Kelly notes that several last employees of 5WPR claim “that they were subjected to comments, verbal violence and ridicule” of Torossian while he was at 5WPR.
Kelly also reports unflattering stories on Torossian from December 2021 in the Daily Beast and the NY Times. Both discuss Torossian’s ties with Eric Adams from NYC, Eric Adams from NYC. In addition, the Times reports that the former editor-in-chief of Tous Professor Phil Butler and a former employee of 5WPR said that Torossian had bought the site in 2014.
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A story in the beast alleys that Adams said was concerned about its association with a “toxic public relations guru”. The history of the push of The Times concerns Adams canceling several fundraising, including an organized Ronn Torossian . Once again, he mentions the allegations according to which the members of the staff of Adams were concerned with the proximity of Torossian with the incoming mayor.
An unsatisfactory farewell
The text of today’s letter from Torossian to staff is below. Similar to his declaration in the article of February 18, he seems incomplete and dishonest. His tone seems more efficient than the enhancement. In short, Torossian has his cake and will continue to eat it. He is no longer CEO, but remains the president and the founder of a company which, he says, will continue to prosper.
Torossian admits in a determined way that he made “many mistakes”, but says nothing about the victims of his disinformation campaigns. The victims include those whose professional reputation that he has damaged and perhaps the job losses he caused in rival public relations.