Sam Singer touches on the SF Zoo tiger attack and speaks about his career journey, starting as a copyboy to now one of the leading public relations professionals in the Bay Area.
San Francisco Public Relations Agency President Sam Singer Comments on President Obama and Tech Industry
San Francisco Public Relations Agency Singer Associates President Sam Singer is interviewed on the impacts of the technology industry and its close relationship with President Obama.
Silicon Valley: Is it Home to Digital Robber Barons? San Francisco Public Relations and Crisis Expert Sam Singer Weighs in on the Discussion
Crisis Expert Sam Singer of San Francisco public relations agency Singer Associates comments on technology and crisis issues in a San Francisco Chronicle news story
San Francisco Public Relations agency Singer Associates is proud to represent Recology, the recycling company that is helping San Francisco achieve the greenest city status in the United States.
County Auditor-Controller Bob Campbell and city attorney Ben Fay discuss details regarding the law suit of Contra Costa County over Chevron tax appeal repayment.
Fortune profiles the funding sources behind the Chevron Ecuador lawsuit. The author analyzes the recent developments in the case against Chevron in Ecuador and traces the history of litigation financing and its role here.
The antiviral drug Incivek developed by Vertex Pharmaceuticals effectively cures the disease that’s been difficult to treat for over 20 years. This means huge changes in treatment options for the 12,000 San Franciscans with hepatitis C.
According to a new United Nations report, Ecuador is becoming a hotspot for transnational organized crime. Ecuador is also the site of the trial against Chevron, a lawsuit that has been marred by fraud and misconduct by the plaintiffs' legal team.
San Francisco Hotels Begin Economic Recovery Through Corporate Travel – San Francisco Business Times, June 10, 2011
The business traveler is back in San Francisco. To the great relief of hoteliers and meeting planners, business travel has bounced back faster in 2011 than many expected it to do.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce condemns the growing trend of litigation finance. This article discusses the funding sources behind the fraudulent lawsuit against Chevron in Ecuador