BlueFocus' net profit dropped 71.4% in the first half of 2015; shootings occurred at two separate universities on Thursday; a former Subway franchisee tipped off an ad exec at the chain in 2008, according to lawyer.
BuzzFeed has secured its first global advertising deal with GroupM, the global media planning and buying arm of WPP.
Huntsworth has announced a impairment of £48.8m ($75.3m) on Grayling and Citigate this morning, following another challenging trading period with pre-tax profits falling almost one third from £7.7m to £5.3m in the first half of 2015.
Havas saw net income rise 27.6 per cent to €77m (£56.2m, $86.6m) in the first half of 2015, with the performance of the PR business "consistent with or better than" that of the company overall.
Using the hashtag #WeStandWithWDBJ, journalists voiced their condolences after the tragic on-air shooting of Virginia TV station WDBJ reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward.
Some unexpected companies, such as Hello Kitty and Tidy Cats, were able to creatively tie #NationalDogDay to their brands on Twitter.
WPP saw revenue in its PR and public affairs arm grow around 5.4 per cent to £458.7m ($719.9m) in the first half of 2015, although net sales margin in the division dipped over the period.
'If you want to make a fool of yourself, comment on the stock markets': PRs offer 'Black Monday' advice
Corporations should focus on the fundamentals of their own businesses during a stock market decline and not join the debate around global financial markets, City PR experts have told PRWeek.
Checo currently serves as the president of the Hispanic Public Relations Association's National Board of Directors.
This week's face-off between the world's most respected media outlet and one of the most innovative and disruptive technology companies demonstrates the best about both parties.
Japan site will launch this Winter, but PR pros say BuzzFeed should not underestimate the challenge of breaking into the country's media market
Chime Communications says it expects its acquisition by a consortium of WPP and private equity firm Providence to complete in the fourth quarter of this year, as it reports a dip in profit for the first half of 2015.
Jeff Bezos: "I strongly believe that anyone working in a company that really is like the one described in the NYT would be crazy to stay. I know I would leave such a company."
Tinder has admitted that it "overreacted" in sending a series of tweets hitting back at a journalist who wrote an article critical of the app and its effect on dating.
Jacob Zuma, the president of South Africa, has drawn anger with comments about last month's now notorious shooting of Cecil the Lion in neighbouring Zimbabwe - although some have questioned why this story is getting so much attention.
PR pros believe Google holding company Alphabet will benefit shareholders.
Weber Shandwick has appointed Stephen Duncan, formerly of Radley Yeldar, Instinctif Partners and The Fifth Business, to a new role of head of employee engagement EMEA.
APCO Worldwide has hired Geoff Beattie, former TV journalist and veteran of Cohn & Wolfe, in a new global role of executive director in its corporate affairs division.
Brands from all walks of life went bananas on social media for #NationalWatermelonDay.
Grayling has announced two senior promotions to the new roles of global creative director and global head of digital marketing.
The Odyssey started as a student-run newspaper, but has tapped into the Millennial zeitgeist to rapidly expand. Kathleen Treganowan talks to managing editor Kate Waxler about what lies ahead.
The Onion's president Mike McAvoy details how the satirical publication must constantly evolve its look and content to reflect the real-life news outlets it makes fun of
Bill Phillips, editor-in-chief of Men's Health, speaks to Lindsay Stein about his new book and a risky move to find a cover star.
Three years after launching HGTV Magazine, editor-in-chief Sara Peterson shares how the publication stays fresh.
Fortune's senior special correspondent Susie Gharib talks about transitioning to broadcast journalism and why she rejoined the outlet in February.
Matthew Breen, editor-in-chief, The Advocate, speaks to Laura Nichols about the LGBT title's evolution in print and online, and how it chose its controversial person of the year.
Audrey Cooper, managing editor, San Francisco Chronicle, speaks to Laura Nichols about juggling two websites and a print product and the importance of local journalism.
Zach Seward, senior editor, Quartz, discusses the media outlet's website redesigns, its approach to native advertising, and the title's latest addition, The Brief.
Matthew Belloni, executive editor and blogger for The Hollywood Reporter, speaks to Lindsay Stein about the entertainment legal world and competing with showbiz outlets.
Neha Gandhi, executive editor at Refinery29, a lifestyle and fashion property, speaks about recent changes at the site and forging relationships with readers.