EMC CEO Joe Tucci penned a blog on why the $67 billion deal is happening and what it means.
The Wall Street giant is preparing to release its next quarterly earnings via its own website and Twitter, instead of a wire service.
She will rejoin Gil Bashe, who left Makovsky in May to lead Finn Partners' health practice.
Both East Coast MD positions are newly created.
"This isn't easy. But it is right," Dorsey said in his letter explaining more than 300 layoffs.
Brewery mega-merger is on; Democrats debate tonight; Starbucks tests delivery service; Dutch authorities to release MH 17 report; Former Blue Bell staffers blow whistle on factory conditions; Playboy covers up; Brady bashes sugary foods.
Next Fifteen reported profit before tax of £4.2m ($6.4m) in the six months to 31 July, the same figure that it had lost in the same period in 2014, as the PR and marketing group added major clients including Airbnb, Autodesk and Intel.
Four Communications Group has appointed John Farrell, former president and CEO of Publicis Group's specialised agencies and marketing services arm, as its new chair.
Research shows majority of businesses and consumers favour TPP but scepticism clearly remains
PR companies that think they can go toe-to-toe with the big ad agencies - unless it is part of an integrated pitch - are living in "la la land", according to WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell
Weber Shandwick has been hired by Vauxhall Motors to handle its UK social media activities following a competitive four-way pitch.
The possible merger of SABMiller and AB InBev faces a critical week - and Brunswick and Finsbury are the two agencies counselling the multinational brewing firms over the potential deal.
The firm has been leading strategic comms for Uber in the Latin American market since last month. Its Miami office is leading account work.
IR pros say avoiding wire services could have a harmful affect on smaller companies.
With two debates down for the Republican candidates, the Democrats finally take the stage on Tuesday.
Cheerios wasted no time getting information out across various platforms.
From PRWeek sister title Campaign: It used to be axiomatic that, as the feel-good factor among Britain's consumers rose, so did the fortunes of the country's ad industry.
'The Wall Street Journal' reported this week that Goldman Sachs will release its next quarterly earnings report via Twitter and its own website. A smart investment or not?
Stagwell Group acquires SKDKnickerbocker; Investigators look into second Volkswagen device; Biden aides meet with DNC; Playmobil toy called racist; DraftKings, FanDuel sued; Elon Musk tees off on Apple.
Coca-Cola Great Britain has said it is working to achieve similar levels of transparency to those in the US around its partnerships and research links, following a damning article in The Times this morning.
Mark Penn's investment fund, backed by ex-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, makes US public affairs firm its first purchase
Australian arm of global carmaker seeks to get out ahead of the issue quickly with online tool to help affected consumers and regular updates
"If you don't define yourself, you're going to be defined by others," said Jim Wilkinson, Alibaba's SVP of international corporate affairs.
Volkswagen Group of America CEO Michael Horn spent Thursday morning being peppered with questions by members of Congress about the company's emissions regulations evasions.
Ogilvy Public Relations chairman Christopher Graves will serve his second term as chair.
Microsoft has appointed Tom Pilla as director of UK PR following the departure of Nicola Taylor last year.
The WPP agency will pitch Indonesia as a tourism destination in markets around the world with the goal of boosting the number of visitors to the country to 20 million in coming years.
The b-to-b company is trying to raise its profile in the US as it searches for an executive to lead news and content.
Blatter suspended; Goldman to eschew wire services for Twitter for earnings release; Dell in talks to buy EMC; Changes afoot at Twitter; Murdoch tweet causes outrage.
When the opportunity arose to work with the White House initiative to urge 8.8 million lawful permanent residents to obtain citizenship, we knew República had to be a part of it.
BP is looking to draw a line under the damaging 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill following the US government's latest announcement on the disaster - but PR and reputation professionals say challenges for the firm, and the broader energy industry, have not gone away.
Tom Grimmer joins the agency bringing three decades' worth of Asia experience
The Draft Biden 2016 Super-PAC released its first ad urging Vice President Joe Biden to throw his hat in the ring for the Democratic presidential nomination.
The executives are leaving Catalyst nearly three years after IMG bought the agency.
Shift will lend its support as the company launches products late this year and in early 2016.
Ogilvy PR has promoted Marshall Manson, the managing director of its social practice across EMEA, to UK CEO.
New York attorney general looks into fantasy sports sites; Volkswagen sets recall timeline; AB InBev ups offer for SABMiller; Clinton email probe spreads; Gallup won't enter primary fray; Obama pushes TPP with farmers.
Ketchum London has promoted Jo-ann Robertson to the position of deputy CEO, London, while Deirdre Murphy has been made chief operating officer, London, effective immediately.
For many executives, it's the most stressful time of the year: budget season.
Tech brands such as Google, Apple and Microsoft fared equally well over the summer in terms of media coverage in Europe and America, but others - such as Amazon and Nokia - have a skewed media profile, according to a new study.
Virtual doesn't mean "do-nothing" - and it saves time, too - say communicators who have worked in the corporate, agency, and consultancy worlds.
Investigative journalism is getting more complicated. Here's what it means for those under the microscope
As newsrooms have shrunk, non-traditional media and organizations are doing the brunt of investigative reporting. Communicators are adjusting - and pushing back in new ways.
The Volkswagen Group scandal, which began when the company admitted fitting 11 million cars worldwide with a so-called 'defeat device' to fool emissions tests, threatens to overwhelm its numerous brands but is there also a danger that the issue could spill over into a sector-wide reputational crisis for the motor industry as a whole?
Ongoing economic growth and commitment to reform are at the heart of the President's comms mission. But he also finds time to namecheck Hemingway, Sleepless in Seattle and House of Cards in keynote speech
Crisis comms experts tell PRWeek that a leadership change is one step the German automaker needs to take right now.
In the latest of PRWeek Asia's monthly country spotlights, we assess the economic outlook, the media landscape and the opportunities for PR in Malaysia
Both President Obama and Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping will be keeping one eye on their legacies during next week's extensive state visit. The trip will have implications for US businesses, as well.
McDonald's all-day breakfast menu additions could help its bottom line. But they may hurt its efforts to add healthier food options.
The refugee crisis taking place in Europe is especially sensitive because of the large number of children affected.
Although the National Football League has been communicating about its health and safety efforts, Concussion's release will potentially reignite the discussion on a much broader scale.
Divine inspiration: Pope Francis' US visit - and PR message - can help rebuild Catholic Church, say comms pros
As more and more people in the US leave the Catholic Church, an on-target message from the progressive Pope about poverty and discrimination could help reverse the slide when he visits the country in September.
Contrary to popular belief, Addyi is not the female Viagra. That's the message drug-maker Sprout must get across to doctors and patients in the coming weeks.
Communications experts say news-release-distribution services just don't reach journalists like they used to. But they do help public companies meet SEC requirements.
A highly competitive category is getting even more intense with the entry of major food and confectionary players.
It's harder than it looks to launch an extension of an iconic brand.