The firm, which is headquartered in London, also launched an office in Hong Kong last September.
The professional social network emailed users on Wednesday about what it is doing to combat its still-developing 2012 data breach.
Four weeks ahead of the referendum on the UK's membership of the EU, research shows that despite being generally pro-EU, most PR agencies are advising corporate clients to remain publicly neutral.
Finsbury and its WPP partner agency Hering Schuppener have been appointed to handle corporate comms around the proposed $62bn (£42.8bn) bid by German life sciences firm Bayer for American agrochemical giant Monsanto.
Bayer bids $62b for Monsanto; Obama, in Vietnam, confirms airstrike that killed Taliban leader; Trump cuts into Clinton's national lead; Chipotle's menu wearing down customers, Padres criticized for national anthem mix-up.
The firm was brought on last month after an RFP process.
Both have experience in the executive branch.
The agency is debuting the group as more consumers are looking to the private sector to take the lead on hot button political and social issues.
New owner Charter Communications is betting customers won't miss the Time Warner Cable brand.
The team showed off the first jersey ad in major U.S. professional sports on Monday with videos starring its mascots. But many fans weren't impressed.
Four Seasons chose HL Group due to the firm's experience in the luxury segment and its "innovative approach" to integrated marketing.
Ruder Finn has hired Keith Hughes as the new head of its corporate practice and formalized its EVP of storytelling and media position with Rachel Spielman.
Nissan emissions scandal; Amazon to roll out private-label brands, Trump fake publicist story rolls on; KTLA faces backlash for making weather reporter cover up on air; Zuckerberg to meet with Glenn Beck.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has pledged to meet conservative critics in a bid to persuade them that the social network is taking allegations that it has suppressed right-wing news sources seriously.
"We knew there was going to be high interest and we wanted to correct it right away," said the Smithsonian Institution's chief spokesperson Linda St. Thomas.
The Institute for Public Relations launched Wednesday a study on organizational clarity, which surveyed 1,500 employees in five countries across six sectors on their employment.
Reuters reported Wednesday morning that the chain has brought on three food-safety experts, including one that was critical of its response late last year.
Just Eat has appointed Joanna de Koning from McDonald's to be its first head of corporate comms.
A database published by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists claims FTI's Hong Kong office served as an intermediary to three offshore entities.
Spotify has parted company with The Romans as its UK agency after about a year, with The Red Consultancy taking an expanded brief following a change of comms strategy.
A number of well-known financial PR experts have recently left established firms to start their own shops. Why now? Technology is changing communications, and it's easier than ever to launch a company.
Experts say Snapchat should remove its speed filter, which is at the center of the lawsuit.
More business leaders, such as GE's Beth Comstock, are finding a more authentic connection via Facebook Live.
Alaska Airlines' acquisition of Virgin America gives it a bigger footprint on the West Coast. It also bought a fun, standout brand that experts say it should maintain in some way post-merger.
With the country facing a national corruption scandal, economic worries, and the Zika virus, Olympic sponsors - and the brands looking to usurp them at the Games - are preparing for a range of serious issues.
Cleveland Clinic's CEO tells Alison Kanski how he keeps the hospital on top of its game and educates the community it serves.
The CEOs of the world's largest holding companies credit integration for 2015's success stories.
IPAA president and CEO Barry Russell speaks to Dipka Bhambhani about low energy prices, comms strategy, and the fight to frack
"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