Six in ten Millennials say brands play a key role offering them content that they can share on social media.
The 15-year MWW veteran is moving to Kind as SVP of communications as of next Monday.
The Omnicom Group agency on Tuesday named crisis leaders for the Americas, Asia-Pacific, and EMEA regions.
After 16 years at the holding company, Omnicom Group EVP and CFO Randall Weisenburger has stepped down.
Obama Administration works to counter "tax inversion" deals; Government researchers find security hole in Healthcare.gov; Google cuts ties with ALEC; Omnicom CFO steps down; Press conference by Ravens owner criticized.
Virginia Commonwealth University is seeking a firm to provide government relations services, according to an RFP released mid-September.
MSLGroup has promoted Jason Frank and James Parsons from their respective roles as chief marketing officer and chief operating officer to replace Jeremy Sice as joint CEOs.
Weber Shandwick has hired Wendy Mitchell, former deputy CEO of the Charity Retail Association, to join its public affairs team in London as Tamora Langley steps up to become acting head of public affairs.
The National Football League has appointed Dawn Hudson, former president and CEO of Pepsi-Cola North America, to serve as CMO, effective next month.
Ogilvy PR's former global CEO Christopher Graves said his decision to step into the role of chairman was part of a plan to strengthen the agency's talent at the top and focus on future initiatives.
The insurance giant dropped an ad starring comedian Rob Schneider from its rotation due to his anti-vaccine views after a social media outcry.
Google's Jill Hazelbaker will join Snapchat as VP of communications and public policy next month.
Millennials want businesses to help solve the world's problems, realizing that government can't do the job by itself.
Ogilvy PR has shuffled its top executive ranks, naming Stuart Smith global CEO and moving Christopher Graves to the chairman role, effective immediately.
Hundreds of thousands march against climate change; Secret Service under scrutiny; EMC, HP call off merger talks; Alibaba's IPO wows; UFC cuts ties with fighters accused of domestic violence.
China's general public has a more favorable view of corporations than that of the US, according to a study released Monday by Burson-Marsteller.
Coyne PR has promoted Lisa Wolleon - the third employee the firm hired after its launch - to SVP and co-lead of its CPG, food, and consumer health practice.
KP Public Affairs is providing public affairs services to the Embassy of Japan in Washington, DC, according to documents filed last week.
Scots vote to stick with UK; GSK found guilty, fined by Chinese court; Home Depot breach to affect 58 million accounts; Christie supports Goodell; Ellison steps down at Oracle.
Chobani has brought on Weber Shandwick VP Michael Gonda to lead its communications team after reshuffling the group last year.
From ISIS to Ebola abroad and Ferguson and immigration at home, there's no shortage of hot topics this election cycle. But one topic will trump all the rest, according to public affairs experts.
As Alibaba executives go city to city as part of a 10-day roadshow, the pressure is on. Despite a bevy of new interactive media tools, roadshows are still a critical communications strategy for companies going public.
To prepare for what observers believe will be the largest technology IPO in history, Alibaba is in the midst of a 100-meeting roadshow.
The PR industry in China is under pressure to clean up after police arrested two agency heads and eight journalists on charges of extortion in Shanghai. They include the CEOs of Shanghai-based PR firm Roya Investment Services and Shenzhen-based Nukirin
Technology companies should not wait for an incident to explain the security features of their cloud platforms and what they must do to keep their data safe.
The FDA is closing in on providing prescription drug and medical device companies with a clearer indication of best social media practices.
Financial communications experts say Burger King has responded well to the political and social media uproar over its decision to move its corporate headquarters to Canada - and save millions in US taxes in the process.
Media stocks surge as Chinese President announced plans to merge media into 'strong, influential and credible' groups. But what does this mean for the PR industry?