The New York Times and CBS News have posted stories in recent weeks examining the nonprofit's spending.
On the eve of a Super Bowl likely to attract record ratings, the NFL is facing a critical long-term issue in player concussions. Improved communications can't solve the problem by itself, but it could give the league a good place to start.
FleishmanHillard has been appointed as Bose's first global PR agency, PRWeek has learned.
Heckelman has been brought on to help apply Finsbury's expertise in crisis communications, corporate reputation, and public policy to the sports and entertainment space.
The fast-food chain is hinting it will once again introduce a new actor to portray Colonel Sanders during Sunday's game.
Incumbent Allison+Partners had worked with the hotel company for more than a decade.
Obama to visit Baltimore mosque; Clinton, Sanders set for New Hampshire town hall; Testimony set on Flint water crisis; Intel's diversity report; Amazon plans physical expansion; Poor fourth-quarter results from Yahoo, Chipotle.
The motor company's new 'Zica' compact vehicle will be renamed to avoid association with the virus that has been declared a global emergency
New practice, in conjunction with Chinese agency Flyfinger, will focus on comms services for Chinese startups
Chain blames publicity around food-borne illness incidents for unprecedented revenue drop.
Twitter users gave the new logo, which Uber touted to several media outlets, a poor rating on Tuesday.
Despite the nuclear deal with Iran and the Paris climate accords, the world hasn't staved off disaster. How Hastings Group pitched that morbid story to members of the media.
Mike Love, chairman of Burson-Marsteller UK, will leave his role with immediate effect.
Evie Loo takes over from Adam Charles, who vacates the position after six years
FitzPatrick is departing the company as it evaluates its 150 agency partnerships.
Google EMEA's vice-president for comms and public affairs has appeared on BBC's The Andrew Marr Show to defend the firm's tax arrangements in the UK.
Shuman will help to develop an educational campaign around the issue of phone fraud.
Brew Media Relations, which was founded by Brooke Hammerling, will continue with its existing operations and report to Freuds CEO Andrew McGuinness.
Activists launch petition against tech giant urging the company to stop online ivory sales across its websites
Three financial PR experts give their thoughts on China's economic meltdown, the effect on brands and why a clear communications strategy could be a critical tool to help restore confidence
Income inequality and gender imbalance are underlying issues in nearly every topic discussed at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
The St. Louis Rams are now the Los Angeles Rams. San Diego and Oakland will have to talk more actively with the public about the value of an NFL franchise to avoid the same fate, say comms experts.
Concussions will be back in the media spotlight when the Will Smith film hits theaters on Christmas Day, but that doesn't mean the NFL's business model faces long-term risk.
As world leaders prepare to gather in Paris on Monday for the crucial Climate Change Conference - in a city under a state of emergency following the terrorist attacks - PRWeek looks at how the comms of climate change have shifted since the disastrous Copenhagen summit six years ago and why walking the tightrope of language between misery and complacency is vital to tackling the issue.
"Rapid response used to be an innovation. Now it's a necessity," says Incite Agency founding partner Ben LaBolt.
"You may have a better product, but if someone isn't comparing you to other products, they don't know you exist," says the website-building company's CEO, Anthony Casalena
Betabrand CEO Chris Lindland tells Diana Bradley how he keeps his company in the media spotlight
The sports exec speaks to Diana Bradley about his stance on corruption in sports and the franchise's efforts to tackle diversity
After recently returning to Reddit, cofounder Steve Huffman tells Diana Bradley how the company is faring after a tumultuous few months
Archie Comics' CEO speaks to Diana Bradley about how the iconic comic book is keeping up in today's superhero-crazed world.