Menu misspelling first course and dessert went viral across social media, forcing politician to issuing light-hearted but chiding response
Video of police shooting sparks outrage on Chicago streets; Nestlé calls itself out over forced labor issues in Thailand; Amazon takes precaution over possible password leaks; E. coli outbreak has Costco under federal microscope
Nestlé's "brave" Thailand seafood admission the new reality for food companies probing their supply chains
Company's admits forced labour is part of its Thai seafood supply chain and says almost all US and European companies that buy seafood are exposed to these human rights abuses
Belgian Twitter users' cute response to police request for radio silence; Walmart moves Cyber Monday sales up a day; Pfizer, Allergan announce landmark deal; Rubio debuts first national TV ad; Latest Trump comments astonish.
The department issued a request for information for a firm to support its Campaign for Diversity Employment.
The gossip website said this week that it's turning its gaze to politics. It should stay true to its roots to make an impact.
Mali hostage situation; US authorities investigate German auto supplier; Politico names comms VP; Late Publicis staffer wins award; Tech stocks soar in IPOs; CNN suspends reporter after migration tweet; GOP frontrunners go very conservative on migrants.
Agency's latest people insights report find consumers in the two largest countries in the world want commitment from brands to greener products and action on climate change
Latest from Paris; Political response to attacks; MWW, PulsePoint Group make big promotions; Impact of Sean Rad's strange 'Evening Standard' interview; VW Americas CEO apologizes again; Pfizer and Allergan close to deal; New York to boost tourism.
Kathy Jeavons, former partner and associate director in the Washington office and director of the corporate and public affairs practice, left the firm in September.
The latest from Paris; Mitchell Communications rebrands; Kikkoman ends animal tests; Fantasy sports investigation expands to Yahoo; New Trump spokeswoman; Jeb Bush to outline security strategy.
The animal rights group claimed credit for a change in soy sauce maker Kikkoman's testing practices.
Public affairs fight over refugees begins; Latest on aftermath of Paris attacks; Russia says bomb brought down flight over Egypt; Volkswagen October numbers take a hit; Bragman comments on Charlie Sheen announcement; Bush loses paid media edge; NASA's smart Facebook move.
Hacktivists issue warning to the Islamic State: "expect us."
World responds to Paris attack; Terrorism overshadows Democratic debate; Ken Cohen to retire from ExxonMobil; Hotel mega-merger.
Ken Cohen, VP of public and government affairs at energy giant ExxonMobil, is to retire on 1 January after more than 38 years at the company.
The second Democratic presidential debate on Saturday night is a great opportunity for the social platform to demonstrate how it will integrate itself into live events.
ISIS propaganda chief targeted; Daily fantasy sports websites get agency support; Southwest's Hardage to retire; Nordstrom pulls controversial Haanukkah sweater; Democrats to debate on Saturday.
Uber's head of public policy EMEA, Mark McGann, has left the company after a year in the role, along with Karesha McGee, head of executive comms for Uber CEO Travis Kalanick.
A campaign to prevent arson could have clues as to how a communications campaign could reduce gun violence.
As world leaders prepare to gather in Paris on Monday for the crucial Climate Change Conference - in a city under a state of emergency following the terrorist attacks - PRWeek looks at how the comms of climate change have shifted since the disastrous Copenhagen summit six years ago and why walking the tightrope of language between misery and complacency is vital to tackling the issue.
Negative stereotypes play a role, and often companies - and veterans themselves -- don't realize what they have to offer.
In some ways, Monday's announcement that Fishburn and FleishmanHillard are to merge had an air of inevitability about it. A line can be traced from this week's announcement as far back as 2013 when Omnicom Group, which owns Fishburn and FleishmanHillard, and Publicis Groupe attempted a merger to create what would have been the largest holding company in the world.
Agency pros, in-house communicators, and professors were divided about whether offering financial incentives to journalists crosses an ethical line.
Crisis communicators praised Amazon's choice of Medium to rebut The New York Times. They were less bullish about its timing and strategy.
Jason Townsend, NASA's deputy social manager, explains how the agency builds buzz around science and discovery on social media.
Sean Spicer, chief strategist and comms director, RNC, discusses the party's increased focus on digital tactics
Bernie Delia, board president of Capital Pride Alliance, discusses the history of Pride Week and the group's ambitious plans for 2016.
Cyndee Clay, executive director of HIPS details how the group is aiding people to live healthier lives.
Adam Eidinger, chairman of DC Cannabis Campaign, discusses the impact of the group's successful effort to get cannabis legalized in the capital.
In its fourth year, the DC-based campaign has helped promote elementary school attendance, writes Alexandra Caceres
Laura Nichols looks at how some universities reacted after a study shed light on campus sexual assaults.
Founder and CEO of the Institute of the Economic Empowerment of Women Terry Neese on how the organization empowers women through business opportunities.
Inside the Planned Parenthood hashtag campaign to help dispel stigma around birth control.
The former Walmart comms VP on getting in front of a personal crisis and overcoming it. Plus, five reputation management must-dos.