Angie's List hired Debra DeCourcy earlier this month. She is reporting to founder and CMO Angie Hicks in the new role.
The holding company behind Burson-Marsteller and Hill+Knowlton Strategies has reported disappointing third quarter revenue growth at its PR and public affairs division.
Why come out in Bloomberg Businessweek? Experts tell PRWeek why they think Tim Cook chose the magazine to acknowledge his sexual orientation.
MWW has acquired software and product development company Ideation and appointed its founder Robert Dilio as the agency's chief technology officer.
Omnicom PR revenue up 2.5% in Q3; Microsoft offers free cloud-computing software to Ebola researchers; Staples investigates potential data breach
CDC to distribute new Ebola-treatment standards; Microsoft to unveil smartwatch; Mayer to reveal latest Yahoo turnaround plan.
Social data platform DataSift has selected North of Nine Communications as its PR agency partner for the US.
Obama considers ebola-response czar; Twitter experiments with users' feeds; Biden son discharged from Navy Reserves.
CDC's anti-Ebola measures under scrutiny; What to expect from Apple's latest event; AbbVie calls off Shire deal; Trade body asks for an end to #GamerGate.
Four-year-old US agency Method and newly launched UK agency UP Communications are making their first moves outside their home countries with a partnership agreement.
Details of the deals that Apple makes with its suppliers have emerged after one of its manufacturers filed for bankruptcy, according to reports.
The parent company of Grayling and Red is now looking for a chairman as well as a chief executive after the sudden exit of Lord Myners after six months.
Former SanDisk communications leader Lee Flanagin has joined Juniper
Allison+Partners has expanded its San Francisco footprint by bringing on the team from b-to-b firm New Venture Communications.
Hewlett-Packard's move to split into two publicly traded companies will create additional value for customers and partners, says HP president and CEO Meg Whitman.
Beats by Dre has expanded John Doe's work to North America, naming it AOR for the region.
HP to split consumer, business lines; Hong Kong protests dwindle; Tim Cook's note to Apple employees on the third anniversary of the death of Steve Jobs.
$2.9 billion software company Citrix has selected Porter Novelli's Voce Communications as its AOR for the US market following a competitive review that scaled down its agency roster from three firms to one.
Apple has tapped Steve Dowling as interim PR head, following the departure earlier this year of communications chief Katie Cotton.
After opposing the idea for months, eBay has decided to spin off PayPal into a separate publicly traded business, and PR pros agree the company is communicating the move properly by focusing on the future.
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.