Wawona Packing recalled peaches, nectarines, plums, and pluots over concerns of potential listeria contamination.
French believe there are no survivors in Air Algerie crash; Amazon reports surprising quarterly loss; Zillow looks to buy Trulia; Google honors more than half of European 'right to be forgotten' requests; GM dealers don't mind recalls; Talks over VA reform bill break down.
The affiliation agreement with Auckland-based boutique firm One Plus One Communications extends MSLGroup's presence in Asia Pacific
Both will offer public policy advice and communications counsel to corporate, association, and nonprofit clients in the newly created roles.
GlobalWebIndex surveyed people who watched the competition in the UK, US, and Brazil. The research found that sponsor awareness was much higher in the host nation than the other two markets.
Twitter releases diversity statistics; Air Algerie flight disappears from radar; Facebook earnings; FAA lifts ban on flights to Israel; Execution in Arizona takes two hours.
Worldwide Exposure, the creative agency behind a series of global VIP fundraisers, has appointed Golden Goose PR.
Dunkin' Donuts sought an agency to help with local PR as it expands into California.
The importance of social media to European communications professionals appears to be tapering off, according to the latest European Communication Monitor report.
Cirque du Soleil has chosen AKH Communications and Guesty PR to jointly run the PR account for the London leg of its travelling show, Kooza.
Proactively reaching out to customers is a main communications strategy for airlines that have temporarily halted flights to Israel, such as Lufthansa and American Airlines.
Leslie Dach, formerly the communications leader at Walmart, will join the Department of Health and Human Services as a senior counselor to Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell.
SAN FRANCISCO: Burson-Marsteller subsidiary North of Nine Communications has hired Tony Hynes as partner.
Allison+Partners has hired Edelman EVP Corey Martin as MD of its consumer practice, a newly created role for the agency.
Apple reports $7 billion-plus quarterly profit but faces class-action lawsuit; Google considered acquiring Spotify last year, or not; LinkedIn buys Bizo; McDonald vows accountability at VA.
NerdWallet, a company that helps consumers make financial decisions, has hired Ken Shuman as the brand's first head of communications.
The US Agency for International Development is looking for a senior development outreach and communications specialist in Monrovia, Liberia.
The platform, built in-house by WE, measures a comms campaign's perception, engagement, amplification, and reach, comparing its overall performance with intended objectives.
Monty left his role as global digital communications leader at Ford in May.
Omnicom Group's PR revenue was up 4.1% on an organic basis in the second quarter of this year. For the year to date, PR revenue was up 2.7% organically.
Lego's reaction to Greenpeace's PR attack on its partnership with oil company Shell provides a case study of how a company should, or should not, react when it is targeted as a corollary in a protest campaign.
World Cup sponsors such as Hyundai, Coca-Cola, and Emirates tell PRWeek how they are keeping the ball rolling on soccer sponsorships after the tournament's end.
The two global fast food chains scramble to assure Chinese customers after a TV sting report accuses supplier of processing expired meat. What can these MNCs do to win back consumer trust in the wake of the latest scandal to hit their credibility?
LinkedIn is poised to become an even more valuable tool for b-to-b communicators after incorporating Newsle into its platform.
The airline's decision to go to social media first with what little information it had is a sign of the times and an "appropriate" tactic, say crisis comms experts.
Korean multinational cuts ties with a Chinese supplier after a US rights group reports that it employed children in factories. Incident reveals why monitoring supply chain is a critical part of managing reputation
It might be tempting for business executives or celebrities to take advantage of the "right to be forgotten" ruling in Europe. But they risk the "Streisand effect" if they do so.
The Vatican, an institution not best known for its culture of openness, has announced the formation of an 11-strong committee to be led by Chris Patten that will oversee the modernisation of its communications.