Stuff your eyes with this varied selection of Thanksgiving tweets from 15 brands.
A campaign running in the New York City subway promoting 'The Man in the High Castle' and featuring Nazi and Imperial Japanese imagery met a quick end on Tuesday.
And we were just getting over the stars vs. hearts debate
As Zocalo Group moves away from Ketchum to digital specialist Critical Mass, its CEO and founder Paul Rand answers a few questions from PRWeek.
Trying to counter the media narrative that the record pharmaceutical-sector merger is just an attempt to avoid taxes, Read said it means the companies will spend more in the US.
The gossip website said this week that it's turning its gaze to politics. It should stay true to its roots to make an impact.
PRWeek's Global Awards are open for entries and this represents a great time to reflect on the global reach of communications and consider how PRWeek can further increase the scope of its coverage.
Tinder CEO Sean Rad turned heads - and not in a good way - after he sat down for an interview with The Evening Standard this week. But investors didn't swipe left on parent company Match Group's IPO on Thursday.
With Match Group going public on Thursday, this week was probably not the best time for Tinder CEO Sean Rad to sit down for a strange interview with the Evening Standard.
The actor's publicist, Larry Solters, chatted with PRWeek about what it is like to work with such a big personality to break such personal news.
Hacktivists issue warning to the Islamic State: "expect us."
What brand posted the most superstitious - and entertaining - tweet of 11.13.2015?
Environmental campaigners established the phrase "climate change denier" as a de facto description of anyone who disagreed with their policies, but AP has now scrapped the term from its style guide.
The second Democratic presidential debate on Saturday night is a great opportunity for the social platform to demonstrate how it will integrate itself into live events.
FanDuel and its daily fantasy sports rival DraftKings are planning a legal battle against New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman after he filed a cease-and-desist order against the sites this week. Did they raise their own profiles too quickly?
A campaign to prevent arson could have clues as to how a communications campaign could reduce gun violence.
The coffee chain told PRWeek on Wednesday that it won't get into a back-and-forth with the 2016 Republican presidential candidate.
Some used freebies, while others described how their hiring initiatives support veterans throughout the year.
Wolfe stepped down following student and faculty protests across Mizzou's campus in response to racist incidents.
The cat-friendly website is again setting a media trend, but this time with native advertising promoting political candidates.