Reputation.com (formerly known as ReputationDefender) is an online reputation management company headquartered in Redwood City, California. The company's products and services are designed to help businesses and individuals monitor, manage, and improve the way they appear online, across search engines, online reviews, and social media.
Reputation.com CEO Michael Fertik guest hosts a segment on Bloomberg TV where he discusses whether or not we're in a tech bubble, which countries in Europe have the most promising tech sectors, and the pros and cons of doing business in India.
Howard Bragman, vice chairman of Reputation.com, appears on 'Ronan Farrow Daily' to talk about Roger Goodell's reputation in the wake of the NFL admitting mistakes in the way it handled Ray Rice's domestic violence case.
Howard Bragman, Vice Chairman of Reputation.com, appears on KABC in Los Angeles to talk about the privacy violations some celebrities are dealing with following the unauthorized release of nude photos.
Reputation.com founder and CEO Michael Fertik appears on Al Jazeera America's 'Real Money with Ali Velshi' to discuss the Obama administration's attempts to curtail leaks and what it means for journalists.
Reputation.com CEO Michael Fertik appears on 'Street Smart with Trish Regan' to discuss the death of Google executive Forrest Hayes and the subsequent arrest of a high-priced prostitute accused of supplying Hayes with a lethal dose of heroin.
Vice Chairman of Reputation.com Howard Bragman talks with 'MSNBC Live' about the social media reaction to the Washington Redskins being pressured to change their name by the government, NFL fans and Native Americans.