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Paul Rand, the maker of the Rand logo, has fired an employee who was caught using a “false and misleading” headline about the company’s new marketing campaign, according to a post on the company blog.
“We are extremely disappointed to learn of the actions of a former employee who we consider to be a liar and a breach of trust,” Paul Rand’s spokesperson said in the post.
“In our ongoing efforts to improve our customer experience and communications, we are investigating this employee’s actions.”
Paul Rand is a digital marketing company that creates logos, business cards, packaging and advertising campaigns, according the company.
Paul Rand has not commented on the matter.
The company’s marketing team also has fired a former marketing assistant, the post said.
Paul’s spokesperson did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Business Insider.