No executives were affected, an MSLGroup representative said.
As the company struggles to grant users more space, why not bust out of self-imposed prison altogether?
Peter Thiel backs lawsuit against Gawker; Violence at Trump event in New Mexico; Microsoft calls it quits on Nokia consumer smartphone push; Libre Initiative changes course amid Trump candidacy; Vice cuts jobs on two continents.
London-headquartered agency Portland has announced 10 new appointments to its advisory council, including Facebook's EMEA international affairs specialist, former ministers in the Polish and Indian governments and the founder of UK parenting website Mumsnet.
Durex has launched a global campaign to help couples reignite their intimacy while on holiday.
Kieran Moore has become the holding company's CEO for PR and public affairs in Australia and New Zealand.
PR agency retracts release regarding Huawei's P9 phone launch that called the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge "disappointing".
Forty Los Angeles food influencers at a dinner party can be heard throughout a video complimenting the food before the McDonald's connection was revealed.
The FDA said this month that it plans to add much-needed clarity to an overused word in food marketing: "healthy."
Student.com was launched by Luke Nolan in 2011 as Overseas Student Living before rebranding in 2015.
The duo's winning pitch pictured children as comic book heroes in an effort to reach millennials and drive donations on behalf of the Variety Freedom Program.
Twitter has confirmed that it will drop multimedia from its 140-character word count and has announced it will make some direct tweets more public.
Snapchat users turn into mutants in X-Men push; Facebook makes changes to Trending Topics selection process; Twitter wants to #GiveCaptainAmericaABoyfriend; Australian algorithm ties internet anger to Snickers' price; TSA fires head of security.
Porta Communications saw fee income rise 39 per cent to £26.9m in 2015 - with growth of 14 per cent on an organic basis - although it experienced a slowdown in some project work this year ahead of the EU referendum.
Gene Grabowski, partner at Kglobal, and a team of three are handling media and public communications for the food company.
Cofounders Joel Benenson and COO Carl Rossow will continue to lead operations for the firm, which is conducting research and polling for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
What became the most viewed Facebook Live video of all time was posted by a Kohl's customer last week. Here's how the retail chain took advantage.
In search of youthful fans, an aging brand puts its century-old mascot in a giant wheeled legume and documents the road trip on Instagram.
He is replacing Maggie FitzPatrick, who left the healthcare giant earlier this year, in the company's top communications role.
Finsbury and its WPP partner agency Hering Schuppener have been appointed to handle corporate comms around the proposed $62bn (£42.8bn) bid by German life sciences firm Bayer for American agrochemical giant Monsanto.
Bacardi Group has hired Ogilvy PR for a new Europe-wide consumer PR brief believed to be worth seven figures, following a four-way competitive pitch, PRWeek has learned.
Bayer bids $62b for Monsanto; Obama, in Vietnam, confirms airstrike that killed Taliban leader; Trump cuts into Clinton's national lead; Chipotle's menu wearing down customers, Padres criticized for national anthem mix-up.
Founder of Strategic Public Relations Group moves on from APAC regional role at the network to become first Asian chair.
Erin Johnson "twisted the facts and distorted the context" of former JWT CEO Gustavo Martinez's behavior, say lawyers.
The agency network said the private equity firm won't be involved in its day-to-day operations, but it will help its growth strategy.
The WPP firm's European arm is providing comms support to the country on issues related to its participation in the Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Let's build on the achievements of The Lagrant Foundation as we celebrate an organization that has been at the forefront of PR's diversity efforts for nearly two decades.
The firm credited her with growing its relationship with Netflix from project-based work to a global account.
It's 10 p.m., and you just answered an email from an executive. Are you entitled to time-and-a-half?
Latest on EgyptAir flight 804; 'The Founder' to take a close look at Ray Kroc, McDonald's branding; Challenges for Monsanto's Bayer bid; Trump pokes fun at Oreos, Chris Christie; Major listeria recall.
Rachel 'Lichi' Hsueh joins agency to take up newly created position.
PR agencies announce strategic partnership allowing cooperation on new and existing clients.
The firm was brought on last month after an RFP process.
G&S Business Communications CEO Luke Lambert explains the myriad reasons his agency prioritizes diversity and inclusion, along with the rewards gleaned from having entered for a 2015 Diversity Distinction in PR Award
The firm will help the retailer reach out beyond serious musicians to newbies picking up an instrument for the first time or going for lessons.
Both have experience in the executive branch.
She has held roles at Edelman, Weber Shandwick, FleishmanHillard, and other firms.
The sixth annual awards program, presented by the PR Council in association with PRWeek, is now accepting entries
Greg Andersen claims global CEO Alexei Orlov disparaged women and Jews.
50 Cent has been brought in by Hostelworld in a PR parody of MTV show Cribs, with the In Da Club rapper praising a Barcelona hostel as "fresh and clean, yo".
Experts say Mark Zuckerberg has Facebook on the right path by responding to allegations of political bias - but the social network must follow through.
Clinton has a team of experienced political hands on board, while Trump has a smaller campaign apparatus with many faces new to a national campaign. Expect their messages to contrast just as much.
Disappearing from the web is like a magic trick - in more ways than one.
Tired of being blamed for economic volatility and labor problems in the U.S., China's government has realized it needs to shift comms strategy for reaching out to the West, experts say.
Experts say Snapchat should remove its speed filter, which is at the center of the lawsuit.
Public health officials are learning more about Zika every day and working feverishly to develop a vaccine. In the meantime, they're targeting preventative communications at pregnant women.
More business leaders, such as GE's Beth Comstock, are finding a more authentic connection via Facebook Live.
Alaska Airlines' acquisition of Virgin America gives it a bigger footprint on the West Coast. It also bought a fun, standout brand that experts say it should maintain in some way post-merger.
With the country facing a national corruption scandal, economic worries, and the Zika virus, Olympic sponsors - and the brands looking to usurp them at the Games - are preparing for a range of serious issues.
New salary regulations proposed by the Obama administration that might go into effect as early as this fall could be a rude awakening for agencies that have long relied on junior staffers doing yeoman's work.
It's no longer just about how many followers a brand or influencer has, algorithmic changes will increase the value of brand-user interaction and quality.
Americans making less than $50,000 a year may soon be entitled to overtime pay. Can the agency model survive the death of "sweatshop culture?"
U.S. companies are rushing to take advantage of improved relations with Cuba. Yet brand building on the island nation remains a long-term proposition for most.
Food and nutrition brands are marketing to one of the most sophisticated consumer audiences around when they list their ingredients - so there's no room for error.
Legal experts say the next 10 days are critical if the industry wants to turn back efforts by the state Joint Commission on Public Ethics that would redefine some PR activities as lobbying.