Raj will relocate from London to New York for the role.
'60 Minutes' says Lumber Liquidators skirted California law; Twitter investigates potential ISIS threats; Nurse who beat Ebola to sue her hospital network.
Verizon published a statement in Morse code to illustrate its opinion that the FCC's decision is "antiquated."
The campaign will run throughout this year, featuring digital, TV, and outdoor initiatives.
Wood, most recently EVP and group manager, has been at Ketchum since 2004.
The online retail giant will place both departments under the former White House press secretary.
Identity of "Jihadi John" revealed; FCC to vote on Net Neutrality; Publicis buys South Africa's Epic Communications.
NBTY Europe, the owner of health food shop Holland & Barrett and sports nutrition retailer GNC, is looking for a UK agency to manage its consumer and corporate work.
The visually enhanced J&J News Center is geared at media, consumers, staffers, and stakeholders.
Diageo GB is holding a pitch for a corporate comms and public affairs joint brief, an account that has been held by Edelman for the past five years.
Many think the late actress, comedian, and host should have appeared on the show's In Memoriam tribute.
The refreshed comms team will focus on corporate reputation and engagement.
Stacey Tank will relocate to Atlanta and report to Home Depot CEO Craig Menear.
Or are they just a cynical, long-term move by the retailer to quiet protestors.
Bill O'Reilly faces a Brian Williams problem of his own; YouTube to roll out kids website; Comcast plans touching Oscars ad; A 70s revival of Mad Men.
CCO Jeff Winton will oversee a team responsible for state and federal government affairs, among other communications disciplines.
The firm also hired John Jannarone as SVP.
Hill+Knowlton Strategies (H+K) London has won a competitive pitch to represent IO Oil & Gas Consulting (IO), a new joint initiative from international energy equipment and services provider GE Oil & Gas and global engineering firm McDermott.
Global investment company BNY Mellon is seeking a PR agency to handle corporate comms across EMEA, an account that's believed to be worth around £200,000 in the first year, PRWeek has learned.
NYT's David Carr dies; Obama to meet with tech-sector chiefs; Kraft CMO out.
How Sony responds to the cyberattack could be a blueprint for future companies, say IR experts.
The World Economic Forum at Davos means a congregation of bold-faced names from across nations and industries. It also indicates what communications trends will move to the forefront in the next 12 months.
During last year's massive Ebola outbreak, public health institutes were ready with a comprehensive communications plan.
2014 has been a busy year for the PR industry. Here PRWeek looks back on some of the stories that hit the headlines...
The cyberattack against Sony Pictures Entertainment will go down as a landmark event in IT security and email etiquette. But will the studio's response be remembered as a step too far or not strong enough?
Ixia's Bethany Mayer talks to Diana Bradley about how the tech security organization is revamping its image and internal communications.
Anna Maria Chávez, Girl Scouts of the USA CEO talks to Diana Bradley about how the legacy group is leveraging digital to stay relevant.
Whistle Sports' John West speaks to Diana Bradley about connecting with younger fans and the YouTube network's global expansion plans.
Diana Bradley goes one on one with SoapBox Soaps CEO David Simnick about lessons learned and the organization's expanding market reach.
Sealed Air's Jerome Peribere talks about significant branding changes the company has made and its plans for relocation.