KFC was slow to respond, so Chili's elbowed its way into the conversation.
When the most famous person in PR sends out a call to action it behooves us to listen - but the ethical line in the sand should be a case of common sense for most people.
In the wake of the Bell Pottinger scandal, perhaps PR needs to reexamine its industry ethics.
Some, including the talent in the ad, don't think so.
A play-by-play of the live video feed Carl's Jr. just hosted for a would-be meeting with Amazon.
The mogul's behavior has been the subject of investigations by The New York Times and The New Yorker.
The Trump administration widened the range of exemptions on Friday that employers can claim to end coverage of contraceptives.
The yogurt brand was almost as quick as social media to condemn the Panthers' firebrand quarterback. But was it too quick?
Pro-gun and gun-control advocates have ramped up their messaging since a mass shooting took the lives of 59 people in Las Vegas on Sunday night.
Twitter is testing an extension of its character limit to 280 but this week continued to demonstrate the massive power of the existing platform, whether it is President Trump or Russian operatives trying to influence the national agenda.
Twitter is expanding its 140 character limit to 280 characters, but is this really what the social network needs?
Spicer's Emmys bit got people talking, but probably not in the way he, or the Emmys, wanted.
Check out the highlights from a busy and interesting week in PR and communications.
Will the iPhone X prove too costly for Apple to market effectively?
One of the largest firms in comms is drowning in scandal. Not a good look.
Harold Burson's latest book contains some fascinating reflections on his seven-decade career in PR and lots of useful takeaways for those wanting to improve their professional practice.
The luxury automaker is partnering with several media outlets alongside new 30- and 60-second spots rolling out the SUV.
Becoming CCO used to be seen as the pinnacle of achievement for a PR professional - but there's no reason why communicators shouldn't set their sights much higher.
Tinder, Jimmy John's, Tumblr, Vegas Golden Knights, and Penguin Random House quickly jumped on the latest meme.
Big social influencers of the year like Carter Wilkerson of #NuggsForCarter fame -- eating chicken nuggets, of course -- and Instagram famous dog Doug the Pug make appearances in Perry's music video for "Swish Swish."