Portland Communications is handling comms around the planned flotation of a virtual mobile network operator that includes Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales on its executive team.
Anthony Johndrow and Loren-Christopher Schneid have joined Reputation.com as chief enterprise strategy officer and head of enterprise strategy, respectively.
MWW has tapped Arthur Schwartz as an SVP and MD in its corporate comms group.
Four-year-old US agency Method and newly launched UK agency UP Communications are making their first moves outside their home countries with a partnership agreement.
The parent company of Grayling and Red is now looking for a chairman as well as a chief executive after the sudden exit of Lord Myners after six months.
Sam Bowen, director of corporate at the Outside Organisation, has joined Kwittken as MD of its European headquarters in London.
Deborah Kazenelson Deane leads a team of 20 staffers specializing in corporate communications, crisis and issues management, employee engagement, CSR, and public affairs.
Golin has handed additional responsibilities to Matt Neale, who takes up joint leadership of the agency's New York office, and Bibi Hilton, who becomes MD of Golin London.
Sir Martin Sorrell has called for PR firms to throw off their inferiority complex and seize the opportunity to lead the new wave of integration.
Lego has capitulated to Greenpeace's pressure campaign not to renew its controversial partnership with Shell.
Lemarchand-Wood is tasked with managing internal and external communications for the travel discount brand.
Patrick Harrison, the veteran Clarence House press secretary, is to join Weber Shandwick in January as director of reputation management and strategic media relations.
JPMorgan Chase data breach affects millions; EU clears Facebook's WhatsApp deal; Fed faces Congressional scrutiny.
Apple has tapped Steve Dowling as interim PR head, following the departure earlier this year of communications chief Katie Cotton.
After opposing the idea for months, eBay has decided to spin off PayPal into a separate publicly traded business, and PR pros agree the company is communicating the move properly by focusing on the future.
The first Ebola case diagnosed in the US; GM CEO faces investors; National Breast Cancer Awareness Month begins
Spada is to merge with US legal specialist, Infinite PR, in a move that will create a Transatlantic consultancy with an initial turnover of more than $7m (£4m).
Mattel is evaluating its internal communications structure a month after the departure of former VP of corporate affairs Dallas Lawrence.
Andy Weitz, former US president and CEO of Hill+Knowlton Strategies, will join insurance and risk management company Aon as SVP of global marketing and communications.
eBay to spin off PayPal; Secret Service faces scrutiny; Netflix to release first original movie
Greenpeace's success in forcing Lego to stop making Shell-branded toys shows that brands need to be wise to public sentiment when agreeing long-term partnerships.
Keeping a consistent message is key when talking about a corporate separation.
As Alibaba executives go city to city as part of a 10-day roadshow, the pressure is on. Despite a bevy of new interactive media tools, roadshows are still a critical communications strategy for companies going public.
To prepare for what observers believe will be the largest technology IPO in history, Alibaba is in the midst of a 100-meeting roadshow.
Technology companies should not wait for an incident to explain the security features of their cloud platforms and what they must do to keep their data safe.
Zev and Jeffrey Weiss, co-CEOs at American Greetings, speak to Diana Bradley about privatization and how the company keeps evolving.
Joe Daniels of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum tells Diana Bradley about the nonprofit's comms efforts.
Jeremy Stoppelman, Yelp, speaks about its mobile app and the importance of educating people about the brand's mission.
American Standard's Jay Gould talks about improving staff morale and how the company's philanthropic efforts help increase sales.
National Geographic Channel's new US CEO Courteney Monroe talks to Diana Bradley about innovative tech and crisis comms strategies.