Executives are more optimistic about hiring creative talent in the first half of this year.
Twitter is buzzing with #NationalPieDay posts from businesses you would and would not expect.
Consumers are fueling a retail revolution that allows them to shop when and where they want, but success still boils down to product, service, and systems, as Trader Joe's and Walmart show.
Take our poll on whether you thought the New England Patriots coach and quarterback were telling the truth during their Thursday press conferences.
The Winner and Honorable Mention will be announced at the PRWeek Awards in New York City on March 19.
The Obama administration paid homage to one of President Andrew Jackson's quirkier events - and an episode of The West Wing - by hosting "Virtual Big Block of Cheese Day" on Wednesday.
Brands pumped up their best jabs on "deflategate."
The White House released the speech early on medium, included several unprecedented words, and...leaked a picture of the president's brown suit?
Respondents to PRWeek's latest poll say PR majors should continue to take advanced writing courses, despite a shift in professional job duties.
PRWeek editor-in-chief Steve Barrett reflects on the common trends fueling the automotive sector's feel-good presence at CES and the Detroit auto show.
Take our poll on whether PR students should still be taking advanced writing courses.
Target chief exec Brian Cornell is actively speaking out to employees and shareholders about the company's plan to close down its 133 stores across Canada in 16 to 20 weeks.
The Obama administration is trying to turn scientific language into laymen's terms with a fact sheet posted to WhiteHouse.gov on Wednesday morning.
The Verge's painful expose that Blackberry had apparently Tweeted from an iPhone (the Tweet has been deleted) was a brutal reminder that on Tweetdeck, at least, everyone can see what platform you use.
Photos and videos of the coolest cars and technology from the Detroit Auto Show
While the hack of the US military's Central Command Twitter and YouTube channels could turn out to be more dangerous, right now it seems only social media account passwords were compromised, according to media reports.
The firm filed a breach of contract lawsuit against Elasticity earlier this week for allegedly not being paid $50,000.
Automotive PR legend Jason Vines' recent book is a must read for every communications professional interested in learning how to deal with crisis PR situations.
Is the release of the Mueller report - an investigation into the NFL's handling of the Ray Rice incident - the end of the league's reputation crisis? Eight crisis communications experts sound off.
Map routes between meetings. Keep the reporters' perspectives in mind. And wear comfortable shoes.