The tech firm Oracle has taken on Mike Moeller as its new vice-president of marketing comms and global PR.
Video of police shooting sparks outrage on Chicago streets; Nestlé calls itself out over forced labor issues in Thailand; Amazon takes precaution over possible password leaks; E. coli outbreak has Costco under federal microscope
A campaign running in the New York City subway promoting 'The Man in the High Castle' and featuring Nazi and Imperial Japanese imagery met a quick end on Tuesday.
Tinder CEO Sean Rad turned heads - and not in a good way - after he sat down for an interview with The Evening Standard this week. But investors didn't swipe left on parent company Match Group's IPO on Thursday.
With Match Group going public on Thursday, this week was probably not the best time for Tinder CEO Sean Rad to sit down for a strange interview with the Evening Standard.
Agency has appointed two new managing directors in Beijing and Hong Kong, and a new market leader in Shanghai
World responds to Paris attack; Terrorism overshadows Democratic debate; Ken Cohen to retire from ExxonMobil; Hotel mega-merger.
The second Democratic presidential debate on Saturday night is a great opportunity for the social platform to demonstrate how it will integrate itself into live events.
FanDuel and its daily fantasy sports rival DraftKings are planning a legal battle against New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman after he filed a cease-and-desist order against the sites this week. Did they raise their own profiles too quickly?
Company had maintained silence publicly but backed down today and issued a statement apologising to six black Australian schoolboys told to leave store
Both firms have hired agencies as they prepare for a legal battle to operate in New York State.
She will step into the newly created role of technology communications manager later this year.
What does the change mean for b-to-b communicators? Confusion, at least at the start.
Fourteen agencies took part in Autodesk's RFP process.
Sorry, but you can't hate-favorite tweets anymore.
The festival's organizers have reversed course, deciding to devote an entire day to online harassment after previously cancelling two sessions on the topic due to threats.
Crisis comms mechanisms were whirring at three major UK firms last week, as British Gas, Marks & Spencer and TalkTalk suffered data breaches - and under a new EU regulation firms must be even better prepared in future.
The ride-hailing service has expanded the image-softening initiative to more cities in its third year.
The social network is rapidly rolling out engagement features to a skeptical but hopeful audience.
Alibaba earnings beat expectations; SXSW caves on harassment in gaming panel; NFL schedules town halls in three cities; Illinois could crack down on daily fantasy sports; United apologizes to disabled customer.
As world leaders prepare to gather in Paris on Monday for the crucial Climate Change Conference - in a city under a state of emergency following the terrorist attacks - PRWeek looks at how the comms of climate change have shifted since the disastrous Copenhagen summit six years ago and why walking the tightrope of language between misery and complacency is vital to tackling the issue.
Crisis communicators praised Amazon's choice of Medium to rebut The New York Times. They were less bullish about its timing and strategy.
A new report places the annual global cost of counterfeiting at around £1.2tn and it is rising in cost and scope by around 15 per cent every year. Everything from luxury clothing brands to pharmaceutical drugs and even alcohol is up for grabs by organised gangs and multinational brands are losing approximately 10 per cent of their topline revenue as a result of it. So what are the effects of somebody impersonating your brand and what are the best ways to defend against it?
Virtual doesn't mean "do-nothing" - and it saves time, too - say communicators who have worked in the corporate, agency, and consultancy worlds.
You might think that the biggest crisis many CEOs predict for their business in the coming year is a cyber-attack or the impending threat of regulatory scrutiny, but you would be wrong: according to Burson-Marsteller's annual 'Crisis Survey', published today, the biggest threat for companies is the entrance of a disruptive competitor such as Uber, Airbnb or Deliveroo into their marketplace.