After the Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriage is officially legal in the US, brands showcased their pride on social media.
NEW YORK: Business Wire and News Quantified have co-launched an IR tool that gauges the influence of a press release on a company's stock market performance.
Malcolm Tucker from The Thick of It has narrowly trumped The West Wing's CJ Cregg as the favourite fictional PR character among entrants to PRWeek's Global Power Book.
"Since we all left the [Obama] administration, we've looked for opportunities to work together with old friends and colleagues, particularly when they have particular skill sets," said Ben LaBolt, founding partner at The Incite Agency.
PBS puts the brakes on new seasons of 'Finding Your Roots;' What to look for from the Supreme Court; Google executive dies at Cannes; Takata CEO apologizes.
PRWeek asked entrants to our Global Power Book in what respect their job has changed the most in the past five years. Here are some of our favourite responses.
Fishburn chairman Simon Matthews is to step down after more than 20 years at the agency.
WPP's Sir Martin Sorrell has today launched a digital content agency called Truffle Pig as a part of a tripartite with the Daily Mail and SnapChat, describing it as "a new way and new approach" to generating revenue.
The Global Power Book entrants are an eclectic group, and this came to the fore when asked by our survey what they would do for a living if they didn't work in PR. But the literary ambitions of many were clear, with writer being the single most common answer (20).
Edmond Lococo spent the last five years covering the tech beat in China
Finding and retaining top talent is the industry's greatest challenge, according to senior global PR figures featured in PRWeek's Global Power Book.
PRWeek today launches its Global Power Book, the definitive guide to the most influential people in world PR.
The gym brand launched a social media campaign in support of Pride Month on Thursday.
She took over the job on an interim basis a month ago.
NBC News is reportedly set to announce it is bringing back Brian Williams - but not as the anchor of its nightly news program.
Miles Young is to retire from his role as worldwide chairman and CEO of Ogilvy & Mather in September 2016 to take a post at Oxford University.
Agency won competitive pitch to work with the current affairs title, first published in 1843
WPP has reported a 1.8 per cent rise in like-for-like net sales at its PR and public affairs division for the first four months of 2015, with growth reported in all regions except the UK and Continental Europe.
Nelson Bostock Unlimited owner Creston has reported a two per cent rise in full-year pre-tax profit to £9.9m, as it continues its acquisition programme by buying a 27 per cent stake in advertising firm 18 Feet & Rising for £1m.
Comart joined the global tech company on May 26.
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.
Deirdre Bolton, host of Fox Business Network's Risk & Reward, speaks about how she broke into the TV industry and how the show interacts with viewers on social media.
Byron Pitts, ABC anchor, speaks to Lindsay Stein about leveraging social media to drive people back to TV, his interview wish list, and what to expect from the network in the coming year.