Uber's apology, Obamacare repeal, NASCAR changes its statement, NFL protests continue.
Next 15 has reported an improved performance in the second and third quarters of 2017 after a slow Q1, and announced the acquisition of financial market research consultancy Charterhouse Research for £2.75m ($3.7m).
VoteVets and The American Legion took opposing stances on the NFL players' protests on Sunday.
Candy, food, drink, and pet care giant's communications leader explains why the privately owned company overcame its natural reserve to influence the global debate on sustainability and climate change.
HP's diversity initiative one year on: Agencies exceed gender targets, fall short on minority representation
HP's Karen Kahn blames it on unconscious bias and an inability to build a talent pipeline.
NFL protests, Trump's new travel ban, HP's agency diversity initiative, Beth Balsam's new agency.
Balsam's shop will be focused on consumer PR.
M&C Saatchi PR and sister agency Sport & Entertainment had a "really good" first half of 2017, with the former growing profit by around 20 per cent and the latter seeing double-digit revenue growth.
In the past year, the financial services giant has partnered with technology companies and launched digital products.
Uber reactions: 'arrogant firm got its comeuppance', TfL's language is 'tough', or just posturing from the Mayor?
Industry reactions to the news that Transport for London (TfL) will not renew Uber's private hire licence after 30 September have been flooding in - here, PRWeek highlights the best.
Spicer's Emmys bit got people talking, but probably not in the way he, or the Emmys, wanted.
Transport for London has refused to renew Uber's private hire license to operate in London because it is "not fit and proper" and has demonstrated a "lack of corporate responsibility."
Uber's past behavior hasn't helped its case with Transport for London but does revoking its license send the wrong message about the capital?
But the ride-hailing company has three weeks to appeal the decision.
The health insurance startup launched a campaign this week that urges people to get covered.
London agency Rooster PR has accused Hotwire of plagiarising its brand, and demanded that it takes down its relaunched website - but the global tech agency has called the demand "absurd".
Brendon Craigie, the former CEO of Hotwire, has said that he will shortly be launching a new venture, saying that the number of start-ups created by his former colleagues is a sign of his old agency's "entrepreneurial culture".
Craig Woodhouse, formerly a senior political journalist and latterly a press aide to the Prime Minister, will join Edelman UK next month.
PRCA director general Francis Ingham will tell delegates at the association's national conference this morning (22 September) that expelling Bell Pottinger was the "toughest decision the PRCA has ever made".
Incumbent MSLGroup worked with Brother for eight years.
'We haven't seen much change;' Why Panera challenged McDonald's, Burger King, and Wendy's on kids menus
Panera CEO Ron Shaich wants to ignite a dialogue about healthier menu options for kids at fast-food chains.
Renata Saraiva, MD of Ogilvy PR Brazil, is exiting the firm.
Shutterstock Custom is a custom content creation platform.
Plus: The news gets worse on the Equifax data breach, and Facebook promises to do better on ad targeting.
Neil Kleiner, former head of social and content at Golin, has been appointed as partner and strategic director across Porta-owned agencies Newgate Communications and Publicasity.
A former partner at Bell Pottinger has said he has never received any complaint from the CIPR, despite being named by the Democratic Alliance as having been part of the agency's work for Oakbay.
A play-by-play of Equifax's response to a massive hack that endangered the personal information of 143 million U.S. residents.
Edward Abell is accused of laundering more than $3.6 million from the Boston-based agency over a 10-year span.
Snapchat has signed 14 creative partners to help advertisers drive ROI once users swipe up.
What are the pros and cons of hosting a patient community on a social platform versus a standalone website? There's a trade-off between an external social platform's simplicity and accessibility, and the complexity and flexibility of a website dedicated specifically to the patient community
Doug McGraw, JetBlue's corporate comms director, is serving as acting VP of communications.
CIPR 'condemns without reservation' Bell Pottinger's South Africa work as it confirms withdrawal of DA complaint
The CIPR has said it "condemns without reservation" the tactics used by Bell Pottinger in South Africa, after a complaint made against one of its members by the South African political party Democratic Alliance (DA) was withdrawn yesterday.
Citizen Relations is hoping to expand its capabilities in both areas through the acquisition.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May plans to tell the world's technology giants that they must do more to remove extremist content at the United Nations general assembly on Wednesday.
Plus: Uber reviews its business in Asia, and the reason some experts think Toys 'R' Us is far from extinction.
Hotwire's new CEO calls for aggression and risk-taking culture as agency unveils new global strategy
Hotwire's new CEO Barbara Bates has called for the agency to take more risks and "be a bit more aggressive" as it looks to shed its "humble" persona.
The Government Accountability Office has concluded McCann was "unreasonably excluded" from consideration in the Army's review of its $4 billion marketing and advertising account. Weber Shandwick has worked alongside McCann on the business.
Honda spokesperson Kathy Graham said she was "surprised" when she saw a Honda mower being pushed by a young boy in a White House video.
Hudson Cutler principal Robert Dowling and Amos worked together at FleishmanHillard - Dowling as president of its U.S. East region and Amos as chief content innovation officer for the Americas at FH ContentWorks.
Plus: More on Equifax's data breach, Toys 'R' Us filing for Chapter 11, and a non-partisan campaign to educate the public about Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
The government disaster-assistance agency had a busy summer responding to hurricanes in the Southeast and Texas and wildfires in the West. Here's how it's changed communications strategy in the past dozen years.
Apple's most advanced smartphone will sell itself, but touting the iPhone 8 presents a number of hurdles, say experts.
The PR Council and other industry leaders draw a line in the sand: What they're prepared to do if a U.S.-based firm brings the industry "into disrepute."
Was the lackluster Q2 just a blip on the radar or a sign of soft periods to come for the PR business?
While bitcoin's profile has skyrocketed alongside its exponential price, a group of devotees have gone about promoting the underpinning technology - the blockchain.
No longer scared of the president's attacks on Twitter, companies are publicly breaking with Donald Trump over his remarks after last weekend's events in Charlottesville, Virginia. Corporate communications experts are cheering them on.
But it is a new take on the tried-and-true tactic of going around the media, this time with a Trumpian twist.
Cut taxes? Or solidify social programs? Advocacy organizations are pulling out all the stops for the upcoming tax-reform debate.
Start with a brash New Yorker with no formal communications experience. Give him a plum Executive Branch job with a flawed reporting structure. The result: Anthony Scaramucci's bizarre first week at the White House.
Overwhelmed, but grateful: What really happens when a brand turns a random person into a social media celebrity
Tinder did it to Josh Avsec and Michelle Arendas. Wendy's did it to Carter Wilkerson. The three discuss their newfound fame, and how glamorous it has really been (or not).
The Pikachu-catching phenomenon popularized AR and made the technology much more accessible.
Experts see incredible potential for AI as a collaboration tool at agencies. But don't expect every firm to build its own version of Publicis' Marcel.
The cyberattack on WPP raises questions about agencies' role in data protection.
Meet Dini von Mueffling Communications, the Flatiron PR firm with a handful of staffers that turned heads at Cannes for its work on Evan with BBDO.
At the top of the messaging to-do list for midsize and local grocery chains: reconnecting with customers and emphasizing local roots.