Coming off the 2013 merger of Tempur-Pedic and Sealy, the combined bedding provider has named Taylor as its first AOR as one company.
David Plouffe "will be managing all global policy and political activities, communications, and Uber branding efforts," the company's CEO, Travis Kalanick, wrote in a blog post on the hire.
Max Clifford's PR firm is to be wound up owing £473,000 to 19 creditors including the taxman, Channel 4 and the Newspaper Licensing Agency, records at Companies House show.
Rubenstein Public Relations has tapped Marc Weinstein to lead its newly created corporate communications group.
Starbucks is giving workers more flexibility in direct response to a New York Times story from earlier this week, which highlighted how the coffee company's scheduling policies were negatively affecting parents who work there.
Ashley Zandy will return to Facebook after less than a year at Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group.
Edelman, the world's biggest independent PR agency, has issued an apology for a blog post that described the death of actor Robin Williams as "a carpe diem moment for mental health professionals".
Lord Chadlington, who announced his forthcoming departure from Huntsworth yesterday, is "one of the greats" of the PR business and will be difficult to replace, according to friends and former colleagues.
Lord Chadlington has denied that a shareholder revolt led to him stepping down as CEO of Huntsworth, stating he made the decision to depart last year.
Lord Chadlington has announced that he is set to stand down from his role as CEO of Huntsworth.
Former Labour minister Lord Malloch-Brown is set to step down from his role as EMEA chair for FTI Consulting.
Walgreens says it will keep US tax base despite Alliance Boots takeover; Potential Sprint-T-Mobile, 21st Century Fox-Time Warner deals fall apart; BuzzFeed names Coleman president; Apple, Samsung call off international patent suits.
Tribune Publishing is positioning itself to investors as a diversified media company after completing its spinoff from parent Tribune Media.
The Qatari government has hired Portland Communications for a wide-ranging new global brief thought to be worth millions of pounds.
Wall Street blue chips to buy stake in messaging service; US takes sharper tone on Israeli operations in Gaza; Publicis takes stake in Asian digital shop; Wall Street Journal looks into auto recalls; Tribune Media to begin trading this week.
AXA's UK director of corporate affairs Richard Stephenson has left his role with the insurance giant close to the finalisation of a major new PR agency roster.
Comms consultancy Blue Rubicon has invested a sum close to £5m in pursuit of its growth ambitions since its landmark deal with private equity company LDC in late 2012.
Iliad sees shares slump after T-Mobile bid; Alibaba invests $120 million in mobile game company; Chrysler reports best US July sales in nine years
Huawei's head of international media affairs, Scott Sykes, has left the company to return to America with his family, with the company citing "personal reasons" for the departure.
Target appoints a new CEO; Google faces another antitrust investigation in Europe; AMC eyes BBC America.
The CPG giant is making plans to rid itself of more than half its brands. While it does so, it must push a message of innovation and cost savings, say experts.
With Malaysia Airlines contemplating a change of name following two passenger aircraft tragedies close together, PRWeek asks whether a rebrand is the right course.
Companies have moved beyond the support of banner causes, such as breast cancer or heart health, to align with issues that address business challenges.
Lego's reaction to Greenpeace's PR attack on its partnership with oil company Shell provides a case study of how a company should, or should not, react when it is targeted as a corollary in a protest campaign.
The two global fast food chains scramble to assure Chinese customers after a TV sting report accuses supplier of processing expired meat. What can these MNCs do to win back consumer trust in the wake of the latest scandal to hit their credibility?
Jeremy Stoppelman, Yelp, speaks about its mobile app and the importance of educating people about the brand's mission.
American Standard's Jay Gould talks about improving staff morale and how the company's philanthropic efforts help increase sales.
National Geographic Channel's new US CEO Courteney Monroe talks to Diana Bradley about innovative tech and crisis comms strategies.
David Kenny, CEO of The Weather Channel, talks to Diana Bradley about the dispute with DirecTV and creating a culture of transparency.
Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos, talks about how the online retailer reinforces brand culture.