Airlines ban big-game hunting trophies on-board flights; Regan Communications sues former IT contractor for alleged hacking; Paul Newman steps down at MSLGroup; Fox to announce who made prime-time debate; GOP plan to defund Planned Parenthood fails in Senate.
In the first of PRWeek Asia's monthly country spotlights, we assess the economic outlook, the media landscape and the opportunities for PR in Vietnam
Obama to lay down strict power-plant rules; Rolling Stone hires new top editor; Uber adviser starts own shop.
Procter & Gamble (P&G), the consumer products company, is reducing the number of agencies it works with globally in PR, advertising and marketing, to improve spending efficiency across the business.
Video case studies, multimedia blog content and brand identity work helping drive new business, according to creative boss
Beijing picked for 2022 Winter Games; Zimbabwe official wants Minnesota dentist extradited; MSNBC shuffles lineup; Victoria Taylor's new gig.
Lynn Marmer, group VP for corporate affairs, will retire early next year.
New York Yankees PR leader Jason Zillo is responsible for much more than media impressions.
Executive director, communications and strategy, US Chamber of Commerce
Founding partner, The Incite Agency
The insurance company wants to better engage younger customers as they plan for the future.
Social listening and analytics company Sysomos has acquired Expion, a content marketing optimization and enterprise social media management platform.
FleishmanHillard and Fishburn are to share offices from the autumn, PRWeek understands.
Hisao Tanaka stands down after report slates execs for their role in financial irregularities
Japanese companies are feeling the heat after Mitsubishi apologized for using US POWs as forced labor in WW2.
This will "almost certainly have implications for other Japanese corporations," says leading Asia reputation expert.
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.
Merianne Roth had served as VP of strategic communications at the electronics retailer since mid-2013.
New CEO at PR Newswire; Trump won't apologize for McCain comments; Cosby deposition revealed in detail; Hackers threaten to out 37 million Ashley Madison users.
"We've found the length of the video has become less important in terms of how long someone watches something. It's really about the content, and capturing your audience's attention in the first three seconds," says Heineken's Ron Amram.
After the Japanese giant was rocked by a financial reporting scandal, it is now pursuing a "clear the deck" strategy
The acquisition of Blue Rubicon and StockWell by Teneo Holdings last week has sent shockwaves through the industry. The scale of the ambition is huge: to set up a global City and crisis shop to challenge stalwarts such as Finsbury and Brunswick, and become the market leaders in this field. PRWeek assesses the impact on the industry as well as what it says about the health of the mergers and acquisitions market for PR agencies in the UK and beyond.
In the wake of Toyota conceding it didn't do enough to help Julie Hamp integrate in Japan, what responsibilities does the PR industry have towards international employees?
More than 700 Britons are believed to have travelled to Syria and Iraq to join Islamic State, as the group employs ever more sophisticated methods to radicalise young people online. The Government is concerned that existing programmes to combat radicalisation are failing to provide a coherent alternative message to counter the extremists, and are allowing them the space to present themselves as successful.
Eric Klinker, the CEO of BitTorrent, speaks to Diana Bradley about how the online distribution platform is clarifying its status as a trustworthy operation.
Lindsay Sparks, CEO of Sysomos, speaks to Diana Bradley about the organization’s plans after spinning off from Marketwired this year
American Airlines Group's Doug Parker tells Diana Bradley why the company's PR unit has been a key part of its merger with US Airways.
Debbie Weir, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, speaks to Diana Bradley about plans for its 35th anniversary and how the association leverages digital.
Ixia's Bethany Mayer talks to Diana Bradley about how the tech security organization is revamping its image and internal communications.