The NCAA is also concerned about the law's implications.
Goldman launched Obvious Corporation with Twitter cofounders Ev Williams and Biz Stone in 2011.
Sen. Ted Cruz announces candidacy via Twitter; Starbucks ends part of Race Together campaign; Uber signs marketing deal in India.
Hill+Knowlton Strategies has opened an office in Lagos, Nigeria and appointed Tokunboh Durosaro as managing director for the country.
PRWeek Awards winners; BlueFocus reports profit; Hillary Clinton faces more scrutiny.
Fahlgren Mortine is the PR agency partner on the account.
Team Clinton ramped up, and team Walker downsized.
The new joint venture is named Resilience Action Partners.
Who jilted who is top of many people's minds, but in the end both Russia and Ketchum realized their continuing partnership was becoming ineffectual and counterproductive.
Was it a shortsighted decision by the agency? Or just another case of two entities whose positions drifted over time?
Work on the account will begin this summer.
Obama takes serious, comical turns on 'Jimmy Kimmel;' Bush emails also under scrutiny; Snyderman steps down as NBC News medical editor.
Professional network LinkedIn has retained Westbourne Communications as its first UK public affairs agency, following a three-way pitch.
Paul Tencher previously led winning campaigns for Sens. Gary Peters of Michigan and Joe Donnelly of Indiana.
The NBA teamed up with the Lean In Together initiative because it matches up well with the league's own efforts toward gender equality.
Police officers shot in Ferguson; KFC could face criticism over chicken; Secret Service investigated again, this time for incident after late-night partying.
Ketchum has ended its high-profile and controversial media relations work for the Kremlin.
Saying she deleted personal messages only further piqued the interest of reporters in attendance.
Gigaom shuttered; Reaction to Apple Watch showcase event; Clinton could respond to email story this week.
WPP PR, public affairs up 5.1% in Q4; What to look for at today's Apple Watch event; Iconic ads altered to mark International Women's Day.
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.
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.
It's easy to criticize officials for overhyping the Blizzard of 2015, but it's better to have residents and travelers ready than unprepared, say crisis communicators.
Talking about sexual assault comes with a new set of challenges when that conversation rises to university administration level.
Fatal incidents involving officers tore the Band-Aid off the often-tense relationship between the public and police in many American cities. Law-enforcement communicators explained three ways they are working to bridge the divide.
The Real Cost takes a different approach to the dangers of tobacco use.
Katherine Hull Fliflet, VP, comms, Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network, details how digital has helped the group promote its message.
Janaye Ingram, executive director, National Action Network, discusses the group's Washington rally and plans to engage people about police reform.
Kathy Calvin, president and CEO, United Nations Foundation details how the organization leverages its skills to support the work of the UN.
Small Business Government Communicators Network founder James Krol details how smaller shops are getting more government dollars.
When pool-owning parents were asked about the risks of drowning to children, many seemed disconnected from the danger.
Food Bank For New York City needed a strong call to action to provide 1.5 million struggling New Yorkers with emergency food and services during the holiday season.
#LoveIsAGift allowed us to give back and celebrate the work Easter Seals does in providing help, support services, and hope to children and adults living with disabilities, their caregivers, and veterans.
After 30 years, we're still finding fresh ways to share the information people need to make the right personal safety choices.
To help break through the silence and dispel the stigma that surrounds them, No More partnered with media giant Viacom to launch a new series of powerful No More PSAs.