Actress Mia Farrow posted on Twitter Wednesday morning that Ecuadorian government agents paid her to travel to the country -- but disputed the dollar amount.
Urban Outfitters issued a mea culpa on Monday for a Kent State University sweatshirt that appeared to have bloodstains, saying it wasn't a reference to the 1970 killing of four students on campus.
As China's online commerce behemoth prepares to list on the NYSE, some eyes are focused on the opportunities for further cooperation between the two largest economies in the world.
A number of brands created 9/11-themed tweets on Thursday morning - and a handful rushed to delete them after complaints from Twitter users.
Apple took the wraps off the latest versions of the iPhone, the Apple Pay mobile payment system, and Apple Watch on Tuesday.
Twitter users who have experienced domestic violence have shared their stories of survival using the #WhyIStayed hashtag since Monday. Yet after DiGiorno Pizza used it to crack a joke, the brand spent much of Monday night and Tuesday morning apologizing.
Jon Harris spoke with PRWeek in May about his transition from a communications career to one in entertainment.
Ray Rice has been fired by the Baltimore Ravens and suspended indefinitely by the National Football League after a violent video of the athlete attacking his fiancée in an elevator was posted online.
With just six men making it to PRWeek's inaugural Innovation 50 list, it seems communications is one part of the technology industry that is definitely not male-dominated.
Health organizations and public figures lent their support to the #OneGoodReason campaign on Twitter on Wednesday after CVS rebranded and pulled all tobacco products from its shelves.
PRWeek looks at the social media activity behind the #IceBucketChallenge, which resulted in more than $100 million in donations to the ALS Association as of Friday morning.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced an overhaul of the league's domestic violence policy Thursday afternoon, which includes a lifetime ban for repeat offenders.
The awful events of the last month contain echoes in history from many Augusts past.
Press secretaries during President Bill Clinton's administration used more evasive language than any other White House chief communicator since 1993, according to a BuzzFeed analysis.
Time Warner Cable is up against a flood of negative social media reaction from customers following the company's two-hour Internet outage on Wednesday.
The soft-drink brand has unveiled an eight-episode "mini mini-series," featuring a pint-sized superhero.
PRWeek compiles #IceBucketChallenge videos from PR agencies.
Here's how three food brands took advantage of MTV's Video Music Awards to try to reach young consumers.
The bottom line is that over $53m has been raised to combat ALS: a horrible and, up to now, largely unknown disease.
The Wall Street Journal's former CCO told CNN on Wednesday that the major news networks acted responsibly in not airing images of the beheading of James Foley. Twitter, meanwhile, shut down accounts that used the graphic video.