It may be time for Dove's award-winning and groundbreaking Real Beauty campaign to come to an end.
There's never been a better time to get into PR - so don't blow that one-time opportunity to make a great impression.
Ted Cruz, Hillary Clinton, and Marco Rubio filled out the field.
Many brands tried to give consumers a chuckle on one of the most stressful days of the year: Tax Day.
A preview of the most in-depth analysis of the PR agency sector in the world, which will be unveiled on April 27
Hillary? Rand Paul? Ted Cruz? Marco Rubio?
The former secretary of state's presidential announcement made bigger waves than those of any rivals on either side of the aisle - Democrat or Republican -- who have announced to this point.
Just when marketers thought they were starting to get a grip on mobile.
The former GE chief exec spoke at the Arthur W. Page Society Spring Seminar on Friday.
It's the most highly anticipated campaign launch in history? So how can the former first lady and secretary of state live up to the expectations.
Gone are the days of the silent CEO.
PRWeek's Global Agency Report launches on April 27: Here is a sneak preview of the trends agency bosses identified as defining 2014 and shaping the year ahead.
Stuck in a rut since "emailgate" hit, the former first lady is looking to get back on track on Sunday.
The Wikipedia co-founder told 60 Minutes about the organization's positive interactions with corporate comms pros, but noted the bad apples, too.
A quick look at what prospective Republican presidential candidates Bush, Paul, and Christie are up to this week.
The brand knows the difference between baseball and football - and sportsball.
Take our poll on how you'd prefer the award winning AMC drama to ride off into the sunset.
A reluctance, or inability, to bill clients properly for services rendered and an enduring and self-perpetuated perception that PR is a "cheap" option continues to hold back PR agencies.
Luxury soars in the Big Apple, and car companies took advantage of that during the New York International Auto Show.
A similar law in Indiana has prompted a backlash from businesses there and nationwide after critics said it could lead to discrimination against LGBT individuals.