The shift away from big-budget media buying on broadcast and in print is just one example of the opening up of a world of new integrated opportunities for PR firms.
The issue of our time: is #TheDress blue and black or white and gold?
The online retail giant will place both departments under the former White House press secretary.
ISIL has got a head start on the West and used sophisticated modern social media and comms techniques to do so.
The Economist Intelligence Unit asked CMOs to predict the future.
They won't get to be known as "Academy Award winners," but Oscars viewers will remember the work of this trio of marketers.
America Rising PAC executive director Tim Miller would step into the communications director role for the former Florida governor if - or when - he makes his campaign official.
Another year of impressive organic growth at the world's biggest PR firm is mirrored at the agency holding company shops and bodes well for the market's health in 2015.
Or are they just a cynical, long-term move by the retailer to quiet protestors.
She's a veteran of both Obama presidential campaigns, the State Department, and Global Strategy Group in DC.
New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez issued a handwritten apology to fans on Tuesday.
BuzzFeed filmed Obama doing things we all do but won't admit, such as using a selfie stick or checking himself out in the mirror.
Lots of choices on the menu for Twitter users on Monday.
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NBC News suspended 'Nightly News' anchor and managing editor Brian Williams for six months without pay on Tuesday night.
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Congressman Schock's communications adviser Cole steps down after websites revealed racist Facebook postes.
Twitter surpassed analyst expectations on Thursday with a 97% revenue increase, but its user growth continued to disappoint.
NBC News anchor Brian Williams tried to reestablish credibility on Wednesday night after he was caught embellishing his place in a story that took place during the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Did he succeed?
"There's nothing more committed than getting something stuck on your skin for the rest of your life," Golin CEO Fred Cook said about his first tattoo, the g4 logo.