Reddit in turmoil; Indiana, Porter Novelli split; US women win World Cup, but some fans get out of hand on Twitter; Greek crisis dominates news cycle; Clinton campaign criticized for reporter wrangling; Mega insurance deal.
The chain's co-CEOs appeared in a video released Wednesday apologizing for the pricing mishaps and pledging to correct them.
Power List 2015; Julie Hamp resigns from Toyota.
Lynne Anne Davis, president Asia Pacific at Fleishman Hillard and chair of this year's judging panel at Cannes, speaks to Steve Barrett about why PR is having a good year at Cannes.
Many prominent politicians waited for political cover before taking a stand on the Confederate flag. They got it from Walmart, Sears, and Amazon.
Aldi has appointed Citypress to its UK corporate PR account, replacing Weber Shandwick, following a competitive pitch.
Firm will provide media and stakeholder engagement activities for Savannah College of Art & Design
Material Tokyo, Ogilvy Public Relations Beijing and Fuel Communications Sydney named as Gold Lion winners
Ruder Finn's digital arm won a competitive pitch against local and international agencies
Former EVC Group senior MD Bob Jones joined the firm earlier this month.
Edmond Lococo spent the last five years covering the tech beat in China
Toyota president apologizes for Hamp's arrest; Brian Williams interview to air as he's moved to MSNBC; Harley looks at ways to reach a younger generation.
"We're confident this will get behind [Hamp] quickly," said Toyota Motor North America CCO Scott Vazin.
She is replacing Stacey Tank, who left earlier this year for Home Depot, as the brewer's top comms executive in the US.
Malaysia Airlines has appointed Faridah Hashim, formerly head of corporate comms for telecoms company Axiata Group Berhad, as head of corporate comms as the troubled airline considers a rebrand following last year's air disasters.
The former Burson-Marsteller chief executive joined Microsoft three years ago. The company won't replace him in the role.
Worldpay, the global electronic payment processing firm, has appointed Finsbury as its retained corporate and financial comms agency ahead of an expected multibillion-pound London flotation.
The Interpublic Group agency has also won accounts from Crayola, Humana, and Mattel's Barbie and Hot Wheels brands this year.
Five-hundred PR professionals were polled, revealing a positive outlook for the industry in the region
The leadership transition is taking place as the company faces pressure to boost its revenue.
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.
The public is looking at how FIFA's global sponsors will behave in the wake of grave corruption charges against the group's officials.
Automakers say they are letting the federal government make the first move, but analysts contend car brands and dealerships should be doing more to inform consumers about the record recall.
After a slow response to Blackfish, SeaWorld is in the fight of its life. It'll need to aggressively argue its side against animal-rights groups to win back customers, say PR pros.
Comcast and Time Warner need to quickly change the narrative by communicating their individual growth plans to reassure investors, employees, and consumers
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.
Anna Maria Chávez, Girl Scouts of the USA CEO talks to Diana Bradley about how the legacy group is leveraging digital to stay relevant.