Between office parties, year-end financial planning, and new business pitches, many PR firms take time during the hectic holiday season to give back to their communities. For the fourth year, PRWeek has collected stories of the good works that agencies undertake to make the holidays even brighter.
A look at the types of employees firms expect to hire next year, courtesy of The Creative Group.
The son and brother of former presidents said on Twitter and Facebook on Tuesday that he's considering a bid for the White House himself. He's believed to be the first to announce his intentions on social media.
The latest holiday greeting from Publicis Groupe CEO Maurice Lévy is less end-of-year message and more interactive game - with a charitable twist.
Some movie theater chains are pulling out of commitments to show the film.
A spate of CEO and CCO upheavals in Silicon Valley is a telling reflection of fundamental changes in technology as legacy companies try to reinvent themselves for a cloud computing future.
Take our poll on the best remedy for brands to stop tweeting and then apologizing for what they've said.
"We believe there are times when getting an outside perspective is the smart thing to do," said a university spokesperson.
Tips for stress management from Omnicom's Omniwomen event in Chicago
YouTube compiled the top 10 most talked about videos this year.
Judges have determined the finalists for the PRWeek US Awards 2015. PRWeek will reveal the winners at a dinner in New York on March 19, 2015.
Ofield Dukes, Dan Edelman, Margery Kraus, Marina Maher, Bill Nielsen, and D'Arcy Rudnay were recognized on Monday night.
A look at the landscape of tools available to PR pros in the areas of social media monitoring, analytics, newswires, and more
The magazine posted a note to readers on Friday saying its trust in the main source of a November story on an alleged gang-rape incident at a university frat "was misplaced."
PRWeek UK just released the 2014 edition of its excellent Power Book. US editor-in-chief Steve Barrett pretends he's important enough to get on the list.
Take our poll on whether retaining a PR agency will help Baylor University's football team make the first College Football Playoff featuring the top four teams in the country.
After working at The New York Times for more than two decades, Stuart Elliott is taking a buyout.
The communications director for Tennessee Republican Stephen Fincher stepped down on Monday, a few days after dressing down the first daughters on social media for looking bored at the annual "turkey pardoning" ceremony.
Many Twitter users took issue with St. Louis County prosecutor Bob McCulloch's blame of the news cycle and social media during the first part of his Monday night press conference.
Some speculated on whether he was pushed out. Other reporters said Joe Biden's face tells the real story.