The technology giant dropped the "interim" from Dowling's title this week.
It may be time for Dove's award-winning and groundbreaking Real Beauty campaign to come to an end.
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It will also allow marketers to target ads based on age, geography, and language.
Bloomberg terminals go out globally; Rubio launch pushes him even with Bush in Florida; Group of influential doctors wants Dr. Oz out at Columbia.
Golin's Dallas office is leading the account, which was previously held by Fish Consulting.
Canadian company Vox Populi Registry is now in command of the latest - and highly controversial - generic Top-Level Domain, '.sucks'.
Moede joins Citizen after 20 years at Waggener Edstrom.
The Publicis Groupe firm will explain how consumers should use the new gadgets in their cars safely.
The firm will work on a range of duties for the cancer-fighting nonprofit, including the annual Great American Smokeout.
Ted Cruz, Hillary Clinton, and Marco Rubio filled out the field.
The financial services giant merged its communications department under marketing in 2013.
Pence communications director resigns; YouTube shows off content creators for NewFronts; NYT health and science editor passes away at 63.
Stubo will take on the new interim CMO role in addition to her current responsibilities.
The specialty coffee startup is opening six stores this year across Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, Louisiana, and South Carolina.
Ruder Finn's sister agency launches its first office in Beijing and promotes account director Tingting Wu to GM.
Repairing Indiana's reputation will take more than support from Porter Novelli.
The pizza chain is asking followers on social media to fill out a "P2" form and cross their fingers for a "pizza return."
Many brands tried to give consumers a chuckle on one of the most stressful days of the year: Tax Day.
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Those numbers dwarf the campaign announcements made by Republican contenders.
The organization is using the disappearing nature of images on the service to represent the fleeting nature of childhood in Nigeria.
EU makes its case against Google; Clinton takes populist approach in Iowa; Millennials avoid credit cards.
Havas PR has won two briefs from Danone and has been retained to manage the firm's national PR for the Danone Nations Cup football competition.
Nintendo UK has hired PrettyGreen, replacing 77PR, the consumer arm of Fishburn.
The appointment comes after Walt Disney invested $250 million in DraftKings, valuing the business at about $900 million.
He is reporting to CEO Tom Coyne in the role.
Hillary? Rand Paul? Ted Cruz? Marco Rubio?
He will oversee comms and corporate responsibility as well as brand and marketing for the bank.
The merger of Cision and Gorkana has been put on hold until June, while UK regulators decide whether to accept proposals put forward by Cision owner GTCR.
Cohn & Wolfe (C&W) has announced a reshuffle to its senior corporate team, with UK corporate MD Andrew Escott appointed to head the agency's global corporate practice.
Nokia looks to buy Alcatel-Lucent; P&G preps for Lafley's departure; Rubio kicks off campaign; Clinton visits Chipotle.
This deal marks CHR's eighteenth acquisition.
Cyber security firm FireEye alleges that a decade-old 'advanced persistent threat' (APT) group, possibly the Chinese government, has been spying on journalists in Southeast Asia and India.
The former China GM for Waggener Edstrom also joins BM's APAC leadership team.
In the wake of Indiana's controversial "religious freedom" law, Porter Novelli will support PR initiatives promoting the state as a good place to visit, live, and work.
The former secretary of state's presidential announcement made bigger waves than those of any rivals on either side of the aisle - Democrat or Republican -- who have announced to this point.
The company makes beauty products under brands including SheaMoisture and Nubian Heritage.
Just when marketers thought they were starting to get a grip on mobile.
Clinton launched her 2016 campaign on Sunday with a video and a tweet.
Barack Obama. Hillary Clinton. George W. Bush. And now Mario Draghi. They've all had press conferences or public events interrupted. Here's how to stop that from taking place, and what to do if it happens.
Will 2016 be the Periscope election? The Meerkat election? Or the even bigger data election? It's not that simple, but new platforms will help campaigns perform faster and more consistently across media than ever before.
The CCO role is changing, but how, why, and in what direction is more complicated than it seems.
Companies in Indiana and Arkansas say opposing "religious freedom" laws in their states wasn't just the right thing to do; it was also the right thing for their businesses.
Gun violence has become a routine headline in the 24/7 news cycle.
Wild currency fluctuations are casting a shadow over otherwise improving economic conditions.
Has progress been made? Yes, say experts. But there's a long way to go.
Jennings' Clean & Clear sponsorship is the latest in a gradual move by brands to include transgender people in mainstream advertising.
Should brands follow Apple into the wearable space now that the wraps are off Apple Watch? In a word, yes, say marcomms executives.
"It's become amateur hour," says one longtime attendee skipping the event for the first time in years. Yet many marketers contend the festival still has much value.
The pressure is on for agencies, large and small, to get content creation right - and right now.
The brands are balancing multiple digital and social media initiatives throughout the event to keep viewers engaged.
While a straight-to-the-point, fact-based approach is often effective in healthcare PR, it's not the best option for trying to convince skeptical parents that they should vaccinate their children.
While many brands tip their caps to Black History Month each February, the ones that really connect with African-American consumers make it a year-round priority.
Interviews with quirky YouTube stars. Snapchat Q&As. Appearances on Internet comedy shows. That's just a taste of where digital campaign communications could go by November 2016.