Porter Novelli and Shift Communications are the two new agencies to T-Mobile's roster.
The COO job is a newly created role, reporting to US CEO Michael Law.
FleishmanHillard is to cease working on the European comms brief for TK Maxx in mid-2015, about 18 months after it started working with the retailer, PRWeek has learned.
Nelson Bostock is being rebranded Nelson Bostock Unlimited as part of a branding initiative encompassing 25 agencies owned by UK and US-based marketing services group Creston.
Carrie Blewitt previously spent 11 years at Qorvis MSLGroup.
Calysto Communications has launched a new wholly owned subsidiary, Avante, to focus on smaller-budget clients.
Uber faces more trouble with media; Greenpeace exposes Edelman's strategy for oil pipeline; Nokia returns with a tablet.
Jonathan Tyler, a former corporate finance specialist with a CV including jobs at Goldman Sachs and Bear Stearns, has joined FTI Consulting as MD of investor relations.
Accommodation-sharing business Airbnb has invited agencies to pitch for its UK PR work, which it is understood incumbent Freuds has decided not to defend.
Dynamo PR has launched a division dedicated to consumer technology after securing an account with New York-based Bluesmart, owner of what has been billed as the world's first 'smart' suitcase controlled by an app.
AutoTrader, the online marketplace for new and used cars, is expected to start a search for a new consumer PR agency in the coming weeks after giving notice to Citizen.
Through the partnership, Kevin Sullivan serves as a senior consultant for Coyne, helping to grow the firm's corporate communications practice.
AB InBev UK, part of the world's largest brewer, has appointed Golin and 3 Monkeys Communications to look after some of its biggest brands, including Budweiser and Stella Artois.
Microsoft has the strongest corporate brand, followed by Intel and Google, according to a study from APCO Worldwide.
MWW chief executive Michael Kempner explains the recent acquisition of UK-based Braben and what's coming up next for the firm.
MWW buys UK b-to-b firm; Bill Cosby's #TwitterFail; Comcast fires back on Net Neutrality.
Jen Graves, Edelman's former VP of US business development, is responsible for driving global marketing efforts and spearheading initiatives to fuel growth for Allison+Partners.
Major US independent agency MWW has bought London-based b2b specialist Braben and could seal another deal before the end of the year.
Masco Coatings Group, which owns brands such as Behr and Kilz, previously worked with Burson-Marsteller.
Gabriela Lungu, the EMEA chief creative officer at Weber Shandwick, is leaving the agency six months after it acquired Swedish creative powerhouse Prime.
A look at Peter Granat, chief executive of the new Cision
The future of Huntsworth has become a subject of speculation following the sudden departure of its chairman Lord Myners, together with the expected retirement of its chief executive Lord Chadlington and a gloomy financial performance.
Greenpeace's success in forcing Lego to stop making Shell-branded toys shows that brands need to be wise to public sentiment when agreeing long-term partnerships.
Golin is on the verge of acquiring the Beijing- based PR firm. The formal announcement, which is expected early next year (2015) flag-posts the IPG agency firmly in the region. CEO Fred Cook is banking on growth and tells PRWeek he would like to see Asia account for at least a third of the firm's revenue
The PR industry in China is under pressure to clean up after police arrested two agency heads and eight journalists on charges of extortion in Shanghai. They include the CEOs of Shanghai-based PR firm Roya Investment Services and Shenzhen-based Nukirin