He is replacing Kristine Fasnacht, who left the company after five years.
Peter Thiel tells NYT why he took on Gawker; Is a Trump-Sanders debate in California in the cards?; Obama to visit Hiroshima; Fight for $15 protesters disrupt McDonald's plans; Twitter calls it quits on e-commerce research.
As the company struggles to grant users more space, why not bust out of self-imposed prison altogether?
Durex has launched a global campaign to help couples reignite their intimacy while on holiday.
PR agency retracts release regarding Huawei's P9 phone launch that called the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge "disappointing".
Student.com was launched by Luke Nolan in 2011 as Overseas Student Living before rebranding in 2015.
Sabrina Horn, former head of her own eponymous agency and leader of Finn Partners' technology practice, is overseeing the group.
Excluding images and URLs from its iconic 140 characters means more breathing room -- but how much will it help the company?
Zuckerberg addresses 'trending' list controversy; White House directs schools on bathroom use; Trump singles out Amazon, Bezos; BuzzFeed: How the Islamic State uses the internet; Woody Allen's publicity machine.
Jeremy Woolf has taken over Clarke's duties on an interim basis.
The ride-hailing service and rival Uber threw their weight behind defeating regulations that called for greater restrictions on their drivers but ultimately failed at the ballot box.
Ads that show products based on consumer browsing history could be a natural fit on the image-drive, fashion-obsessed platform.
Three social media experts speak about potential impact on brands.
Carpenter was previously with Allison+Partners and an adviser to Uplift.
Airbnb protests advertising-banning bill; Facebook says it doesn't censor conservative news; Three dozen Americans named in latest Panama Papers data drop; White House cleans up mess after Ben Rhodes profile; West Virginia votes.
Spotify has parted company with The Romans as its UK agency after about a year, with The Red Consultancy taking an expanded brief following a change of comms strategy.
Many brands joined in the fun on the unofficial holiday celebrating Star Wars, but T-Mobile used the opportunity to take on rival AT&T.
The leader of a recently combined communications department at PayPal talks about his company's decision to enter the Cuban market, but pull back from North Carolina after its controversial bathroom law went into effect.
She had served in numerous roles at Cisco since joining the company in 2008.
Tech and media-focused agency Brew Media Relations will open a fourth office in the UK - its first outside of the US - in the near future, PRWeek has learned.
Marketing technology is set to surpass external marketing this year as a CMO's biggest cost, according to Gartner. Yet some say PR pros aren't ready.
Experts say Mark Zuckerberg has Facebook on the right path by responding to allegations of political bias - but the social network must follow through.
Experts say Snapchat should remove its speed filter, which is at the center of the lawsuit.
In a week when events have been held all over the world to mark International Women's Day, new figures released exclusively to PRWeek by the CIPR show that women now account for 48 per cent of the senior workforce in the UK PR and comms industry.
How to evaluate new apps' potential, according to Gary Vaynerchuk, Golin head of digital Jeff Beringer, and Chik-fil-A's social media team.