Corporations are responding to shareholder inquiries more frequently than they did last year, but they should use their IR websites in more dynamic ways, according to a study from ICR.
PepsiCo CEO slams NFL's handling of domestic abuse cases, but supports Goodell; Apple describes new privacy policies; Scotland votes on independence; A look at NYPD Twitter training; Costolo responds to 'pot smoking' jab.
Peter Granat, who resigned from his position as president and CEO of Cision to join Vocus as chief exec in June, explains how private equity firm GTCR's plan to bring the two companies together to form a global PR cloud business is progressing, and how he is communicating the changes internally and externally.
US-based Valspar paint has appointed Clarion Communications ahead of the national rollout of its products in all B&Q stores in 2015.
Toy manufacturer Mattel has denied claims that one of its talking Barbie dolls swears
Ketchum's AJ Goodman is set to join Edelman as SVP of media on Monday.
'Mob-aisling' and 'webrooming' are two of the behaviors highlighted in a study on purchasing habits commissioned by Citizen Relations that was conducted this summer.
Stephanie Lvovich, most recently global chair of the food and consumer products practice at APCO Worldwide, was named global chair of Edelman's public affairs practice. She starts next month.
To put an emphasis on the firm's global expansion, RLM Finsbury has rebranded as Finsbury.
Henry Schein and Colgate have had a long-standing commitment to CSR. The two companies explained their philosophy at the PRWeek Conference.
Vikings deactivate Peterson after outcry; Apple pushes back against lawmakers' privacy concerns; Uber ban in Germany overturned.
The promotion comes in recognition of her role in growing the agency's healthcare business
Millennials are more willing than members of past generations to get involved in cause-marketing initiatives. They're just waiting for brands to reach out to them.
Communicators from top brands discussed how charitable initiatives have benefited their companies on Tuesday at the PRWeek Conference in New York.
Heather Harder, national president of the PRSSA, won the Battle of Big Ideas on Tuesday at the PRWeek Conference in New York when she described how a company's CSR efforts must be integrated into its business model to be seen as truly authentic by Millennials.
Finding ways to solve the world's biggest social issues is a business opportunity, communications leaders said Tuesday morning at the PRWeek Conference in New York.
While communicators -- including those at the ALS Association -- are trying to determine how the Ice Bucket Challenge became so successful, it's certain that celebrity endorsements and charitable aspects were keys.
Soapbox Soaps CEO David Simnick said Tuesday that consumers expect cause-related companies to make poor products, so it's important they go beyond expectations.
The communications chief at Standard & Poor's discussed how her organization uses social media and thought leadership, and how it speaks to a wider audience than just investors and bankers.
Walmart discovered that David Tovar had not obtained a bachelor's degree from the University of Delaware in 1996, which he had claimed, during the screening process for a promotion to SVP.
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?
Does David Gregory's exit from 'Meet the Press' signal the decline of Sunday morning talk shows? Public affairs pros say no. Yet that doesn't mean they can resist change.