Verizon published a statement in Morse code to illustrate its opinion that the FCC's decision is "antiquated."
The online retail giant will place both departments under the former White House press secretary.
Identity of "Jihadi John" revealed; FCC to vote on Net Neutrality; Publicis buys South Africa's Epic Communications.
Additions include skin-tone variations and same-sex parents.
Janet Tyler will oversee operations and marcomms for the IT services and consulting firm.
He started as the technology company's first marketing chief on Wednesday.
Bill O'Reilly faces a Brian Williams problem of his own; YouTube to roll out kids website; Comcast plans touching Oscars ad; A 70s revival of Mad Men.
Obama speech on extremism draws partisan reaction; Ello names first CMO; More investors back Uber.
State Department grows comms team fighting ISIS' message; ACA signup period extended; Broad NSA computer spying program exposed.
Access Communications will replace Tall Grass PR as AOR on the account.
Xpert, an innovation consultancy chaired by the former chief technology officer of BT, is looking for its first PR agency to take on a six-figure account.
NYT's David Carr dies; Obama to meet with tech-sector chiefs; Kraft CMO out.
She is the first person to hold the title at the social gaming company.
Predecessor Ben Ho left the company last year.
Now a standalone company, Sysomos will continue expanding its work in social intelligence and analytics.
How did cyber crooks pull off one of the largest healthcare data heists to date? Cybersecurity experts weigh in.
Brian Williams' apology draws more fire; Twitter earnings in a nutshell; Anthem responds to cyberattack.
Twitter surpassed analyst expectations on Thursday with a 97% revenue increase, but its user growth continued to disappoint.
Succeeding Paul Bergevin, Terry Anderson's appointment is part of a recent shift in marketing and communications at Intel.
AxiCom MD Helen Ridgway has been named as Julian Tanner's successor as CEO of the Cohn & Wolfe-owned tech agency.
The World Economic Forum at Davos means a congregation of bold-faced names from across nations and industries. It also indicates what communications trends will move to the forefront in the next 12 months.
2014 has been a busy year for the PR industry. Here PRWeek looks back on some of the stories that hit the headlines...
Experts' three steps for communicators: focus on what you are bringing to market, set metrics, and deliver results.
Imagine your car could automatically find a parking space in a busy city or your fridge could give recipes to your smartphone based on its contents. This future is already here.
Technology companies should not wait for an incident to explain the security features of their cloud platforms and what they must do to keep their data safe.