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new information, especially about recent events and happenings

Synonyms for news

information about recent and important events

a program devoted to current events, often using interviews and commentary

informal information of any kind that is not previously known to someone

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the quality of being sufficiently interesting to be reported in news bulletins

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Many of these conversations end up focused on the "bad news" effect--how bad news from a company, perceived or real, can harm reputation, and how that can harm confidence, leading to lower sales, customer defections, and so on.
Two separate bodies of research have examined the process that occurs between a person giving bad news (generally a professional of some kind) and a person receiving that news.
The bad news is Joe Wilson got his hands on some curare.
One of the changes we made in response to that survey was to give people a handle on the bad news by making sure to include information on how to learn more about an issue, or to take action on the problem.
The bad news is plain to see -things going from bad to worse in the Middle East.
The bad news is that the problem hasn't improved with rest, so it's likely that he will need the operation.
BIG-TIME BAD NEWS This kind of info is way heartbreaking to relate because it's hard enough for you to swallow, let alone break it to your bud.
Some good news and bad news on nursing homes' quality assessment and assurance (QA) practices from the Office of Inspector General (OIG) of the Department of Health and Human Services.
Then comes the well-publicized report which inevitably-includes some bad news, some good news, and a self-aggrandizing claim of relevance and impact.
E-mail is an especially poor method of communication when it's used to avoid making voice contact--for example, when the sender has bad news to convey.
The bad news is that this information might slowly change the face of dance.
PHILADELPHIA -- Breaking bad news to patients is a skill that requires honesty, practice, and sensitivity to the individual, Dr.
They may not realize that this bad news is really good news, because it allows them to make their drug more successful in the real world by targeting those patients most likely to benefit.
Five major themes emerged from analysis of the data: being the bearer of bad news, strategies used by the nurses to give bad news, the role of the patients, the role of the families, and meeting the nurses' needs.