Along with his future plans for the news site, Gawker CEO Nick Denton shared with PRWeek how the company is managing its reputation.
It also signed up 35,000 new riders in the city during the #UberMovesNYC campaign.
But how does it compare with other social platforms at this point?
The agency sent out a statement on Thursday morning clarifying that the former congressman will serve as a part-time adviser focused on policy.
A tumultuous few weeks in the media world for the likes of Nick Denton at Gawker, the Financial Times, and Reddit demonstrate how quickly the landscape is changing and that commercial realities affect all media.
JetBlue launched a free book vending machine initiative for underprivileged kids earlier this month.
Uber declared victory after a multifaceted public affairs campaign, and City Hall countered that it had forced important concessions from the ride-hailing service.
Sure, it's risky for a company to offer radical transparency or eliminate an unhealthy practice. But it's even more risky for them not to do so.
British prankster Lee Nelson threw a pile of fake cash at outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter in press conference stunt on Monday.
Its parent company, Avid Life Media, is working with Levick Communications on its comms response.
The rest of the GOP field immediately jumped on Donald Trump on Saturday after he mocked John McCain's war record, the closest thing to an untouchable topic as there is in American politics.
It's not easy for brands to keep their emojians under control today.
Some Amazon users were unhappy with the products being offered during the company's first Prime Day sales event.
Scott Walker? Donald Trump? Jeb Bush? Ted Cruz?
Chick-fil-A's Cow Appreciation Day blog is one example of a corporate or branded blog that can engage consumers and increase sales.
Voters - and especially Hispanic voters - will reward the candidate who knocks Donald Trump down a few pegs. President Obama has demonstrated how it can be done.
The 2016 PRWeek Awards opened for entries this week - PR pros have until October 2 to prepare and submit their best work.
POTUS spent more than 60 minutes talking and answering questions at Wednesday's press conference.
President Obama was set to hold a press conference at 1 pm on Wednesday, the latest in the White House's communications push to explain the Iran deal.
Responses to the deal between Iran and a handful of world powers broke down by party lines on Tuesday morning.