Following President Barack Obama's lead, the Democratic nominee chatted with Zach Galifianakis in an interview that went live on Thursday morning.
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Donald Trump Jr.'s comments mentioning the brand not only launched dozens of memes, but a Twitter account impersonating the Skittles communications team.
PRWeek's annual conference in NYC is set to be the best yet - don't miss the chance to learn from the man who discovered Taylor Swift, the leader of an $8 billion healthcare system, and the CEO of the original girl power organization.
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McDonald's has foregone a 35-year relationship to throw in its lot with the "agency of the future" - it's a sign that clients are considering all options to save money and supercharge their marketing.
Meet the Kentucky Buckets, the football squad (dreamed up by KFC) coached by actor Rob Riggle.
The tech company spoiled its own announcement with a mistimed tweet about the iPhone 7. Doh!
The febrile atmosphere and confrontational debates conjured up by this year's divisive general election campaign are being played out across all elements of U.S. society, including music and sport.
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Proponents of the Affordable Care Act have failed to get the message across that the current spike in chronic care provision and high costs will not last forever.
Days after losing his sponsors, rumors have emerged Lochte will once again find himself on primetime as a competitor on the popular ABC show.
The swimmer has drawn the ire of Twitter, the media, and the American and Brazilian public for lying, kind of apologizing, and then actually apologizing for his behavior during the 2016 Summer Olympic Games.
After leaving Brazil in the wake of a fantastical robbery, the Olympian issued an apology many found wanting.
A humbling conversation with one of the U.S. Army veterans behind the #22PushupChallenge highlights the power of media and social media in driving brands, causes, and organizations.
The technology giant teamed up with Ketchum Sports & Entertainment and other agencies to produce and distribute a short documentary and VR film.
Chuck Robbins rebuffed accusations the company fabricated layoff numbers on CNBC Thursday morning.
Rio 2016 demonstrates why the Olympics are such a compelling environment within which brands can embed themselves and establish their own narratives.
In two years, Unilad has gone from zero to 30 million monthly unique visitors.