The infographic claimed to show what happens to the human body in the minutes after consuming a can of Coca-Cola. Yet some media outlets say it has its facts wrong.
Clinton comms chief Jennifer Palmieri posted a letter to New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet on the campaign's website this week.
From Rachel Dolezal to Rolling Stone's retracted UVA rape exposé, Solomon McCown & Company President Ashley McCown explores six of the year's most notable PR crises.
The vast majority of respondents to a poll on PRWeek US said they would not provide crisis communications support to embattled dentist Walter Palmer.
Yelp removes barrage of 'media-fueled' reviews against dental practice owned by Cecil the Lion's killer
"Yelp reviews are required to describe a firsthand consumer experience -- not what someone read in the news," according to its guidelines.
Ten candidates seeking the GOP nod for president will square off next week for the first time in Cleveland, Ohio. Here's a guide of what to watch when they take the stage.
New York Yankees PR leader Jason Zillo is responsible for much more than media impressions.
The takeaways from this year's Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity that will impact the PR world.
Walter Palmer, the dentist that has been identified as having killed Cecil the Lion during a hunting trip in Zimbabwe, hired J Austin & Associates on Tuesday.
Walter Palmer, a dentist from Minnesota, set off an international incident after he was identified as the hunter of Cecil the Lion during a trip to Zimbabwe.
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.