Tech company Rubicon Project has hired Dallas Lawrence, previously VP of corporate affairs at Mattel, to serve in the new role of SVP and head of corporate communications.
Alibaba makes first investment since IPO; More than 12 protestors are arrested in Ferguson, Missouri, after an officer was shot on Saturday; Lenovo closes acquisition deal of IBM's server business; Brands leverage National Coffee Day.
Cybersecurity companies are taking to social media to communicate with consumers and businesses about the computer bug Shellshock, also known as Bug Bash, which emerged last week.
Apple calls reports of bendable iPhone 6 Plus "extremely rare;" New information on law enforcement sending the Ray Rice tape to the NFL; Protestors clash with police in Ferguson, Missouri, after police chief apologizes; Obama to sit down with '60 Minutes.'
Text100 and APCO Worldwide helped BlackBerry show off the Passport smartphone on Wednesday.
Asked why Millennial mothers want to disconnect from social media, they listed others sharing TMI and brands doing TMM - or too much marketing.
Customers criticize "bending" iPhones; Effects of Home Depot data breach; Walmart to launch checking accounts; Obama to rally support for ISIS strikes; Mueller FBI investigation questioned.
Six in ten Millennials say brands play a key role offering them content that they can share on social media.
Google's Jill Hazelbaker will join Snapchat as VP of communications and public policy next month.
Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba ended its first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange at $93.89, a 38% gain on its IPO price.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook has written an open letter to assuage consumer fears over privacy invasion.
Peter Granat, who resigned from his position as president and CEO of Cision to join Vocus as chief exec in June, explains how private equity firm GTCR's plan to bring the two companies together to form a global PR cloud business is progressing, and how he is communicating the changes internally and externally.
How Yahoo fought the government on surveillance; Brands keep close eye on the NFL; Hillary Clinton returns to Iowa.
CyberLink picked Diffusion based on its understanding of its business needs, as well as creativity and chemistry with the in-house team.
Journalists like Apple Watch, investors don't; Embattled Goodell sits for CBS News interview; Ma embraces role as Alibaba's poster boy; Senators call for Home Depot breach investigation; Target to narrow business focus.
Marketing services holding company The CHR Group has acquired communications firm Trylon SMR as part of a strategy to build its technology PR practice.
Apple to boost iCloud security; Chuck Todd's first guest as 'MTP' host: President Obama; Colorado town gets ready for Bud Light takeover.
Eric DeRitis, who joined BMC Software in December, reports to interim CMO Nick Utton.
Burson-Marsteller has appointed Rowan Benecke, previously EVP and regional director of North America at Text100, to serve as the global technology practice chair, effective October 6.
Global software company Progress Software has awarded Racepoint Global its European hub and UK market PR programme following a five-way pitch.
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.
BlackBerry's Fact Check portal shows you don't need to be 'a Walmart' to fight back, say corporate communications experts, though it certainly helps.
Experts disagree on the extent to which a new comms leader at Apple will result in a friendlier, more transparent company.
The future of the Internet hangs in the balance due to an ongoing battle between telecoms giants and the technology industry - and each side is taking a very different approach to telling their story.