Documents filed with the federal government say the "scope of services require the highest degree of confidentiality."
Ted Cruz, Hillary Clinton, and Marco Rubio filled out the field.
Pence communications director resigns; YouTube shows off content creators for NewFronts; NYT health and science editor passes away at 63.
Repairing Indiana's reputation will take more than support from Porter Novelli.
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.
Hillary? Rand Paul? Ted Cruz? Marco Rubio?
Nokia looks to buy Alcatel-Lucent; P&G preps for Lafley's departure; Rubio kicks off campaign; Clinton visits Chipotle.
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.
Clinton launched her 2016 campaign on Sunday with a video and a tweet.
Clinton kicks off 2016 campaign; WPP launches data-focused firm; New host of 'Face the Nation.'
It's the most highly anticipated campaign launch in history? So how can the former first lady and secretary of state live up to the expectations.
Stuck in a rut since "emailgate" hit, the former first lady is looking to get back on track on Sunday.
Hillary Clinton to reportedly launch campaign on Sunday; BuzzFeed accused of deleting post to satisfy sponsor; Why LinkedIn connected with Lynda.
The country acknowledged it has "suffered serious blows to its tourist industry and global reputation over the past 18 months."
Bob Schieffer to retire from CBS News; Major Sabra recall; VA wait time situation not improving; Secret Service suspends supervisor after sexual assault allegation.
The agency will help the Libyan embassy communicate with the White House and Capitol Hill.
BBDO is the incumbent on the account.
Rand Paul to kick off campaign today; FedEx to grow in Europe with TNT buy; Twitter makes retweeting with comments easier.
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.
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.
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.
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.