How Blue Bell is dealing with its massive recall; Brands mark Earth Day; Why 4/20 matters to business; earnings roundup
Indiana hired a PR firm to boost its reputation after controversy over its religious freedom law. Plus: brands have fun with Tax Day, an interesting move by Spotify, and two more presidential candidates join the 2016 race.
Social media is changing how people buy cars. Plus: mental health groups respond to Germanwings media coverage, and an Opening Day Twitter prank goes awry.
Surprising facts about Los Angeles and San Francisco; companies take a stand on religious freedom laws; Weight Watchers cuts Ketchum amid business troubles.
Lufthansa faces crisis; Heinz and Kraft plan to merge; Cision makes another acquisition.
What you missed at SXSW; PRWeek Awards winners; Takeaways from Starbucks' Race Together campaign
Ketchum ends its controversial work with Russia; the Apple Watch debuts; Golin wins two big accounts.
People are still talking about #TheDress one week later - but did brands succeed in real-time marketing? Also: what to expect at SXSW, and Hillary Clinton's email controversy
PR pros can lend a hand in fighting extremism. Also: what you missed from brand marketers at the Oscars, and new jobs for Jay Carney and Stacey Tank
Brands get ready for the Oscars; Walmart raises wages; Edelman boosts global revenues.
A survey finds selfies are here to stay. Plus: Brian Williams is suspended and Jon Stewart steps down.
Super Bowl marketing highlights; a White House comms shakeup; Brian Williams apologizes
Presumptive presidential candidates shape their digital strategies; Super Bowl marketing winners and losers
Brands jump on #DeflateGate; Edelman's Trust Barometer shows a drop in public trust; takeaways from Davos
Steve Barrett visited the Detroit Auto Show this week. Also: Lessons from Nissan's Reddit AMA; Foursquare's comms leader departs; USPS cancels an agency search.