How did he not know a question on Iraq was coming?
Millennials are not a homogenous group of individuals, so a one-size-fits-all marcomms approach won't work.
Recruitment and retention are top of mind for all PR leaders and PRWeek's recent reports show this is going to be an increasingly brutal battleground for companies looking to maintain a stable and productive workforce.
Get ready for three days of intense local campaign politics.
Karen Hinton previously ran her own firm for more than 15 years.
How Japanese airbag-maker Takata handles the recall of 34 million US cars could set a standard for future crises, they said on Twitter.
The Cannes Film Festival is facing backlash after reportedly turning away some women who were wearing flats.
After six years in office, another social media first for the Obama White House.
The inspiration behind the institution is Edward Bernays, who is often called the father of public relations.
The show was all about marketing, after all.
The Mad Men -- and Mad Women -- of the PR world tell us what they learned from the AMC drama, which put the agency business in the spotlight for seven award-winning seasons.
Mad Men hasn't portrayed McCann Erickson in the kindest light. But this isn't the first time the show has written a real-life company into a script without permission.
The railroad has been rightly pilloried for the unpreparedness and insensitivity of its response to Tuesday's crash in Northern Philadelphia that saw eight people lose their lives and many others injured.
Coyne proved the power of real-time marketing with Shaq and Bubble Wrap this week.
The New England Patriots committed 20,000 words to defending their quarterback from the NFL's "Wells Report." But did the team shoot itself in the foot instead?
Everyone agrees: It was definitely not Jeb Bush.
The Patriots launched a website Thursday to defend themselves against the Wells Report.
Panelists shared tips on gaining coverage on brands' CSR activities.
Whetstone will become SVP of policy and communications at Uber.
PR pros gave Amtrak failing grades on Twitter for not quickly incorporating social media and slowly releasing statements on the deadly Philadelphia crash.