The man who succeeded Steve Jobs at the helm of Apple is making the company and its PR team "friendlier and more transparent", according to an in-depth investigation.
The holding company behind Burson-Marsteller and Finsbury has put its underperformance in PR behind it with a substantial increase in operating profit for the first six months of the year.
The Omnicom Group firm has promoted Butenhoff to director of Ketchum's global technology business.
Ashley Zandy will return to Facebook after less than a year at Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group.
Tim Fry, global technology practice chair at Weber Shandwick, has left the agency after nearly 18 years.
Gay social networking app Scruff has selected MWW as AOR to increase brand awareness globally, following a three-month review.
Foursquare took a piecemeal approach to tell its complicated transformation story to users and business partners. But can it win over critics who accuse the app of taking up too much space on users' smartphones?
More than 900 people in the UK have joined the class action, while Germany has registered the most interest, with 5,287.
Octa, a company that manufactures and designs distinct tablet accessories, has hired Formula PR to increase brand and product awareness among members of the media and consumers.
In an exclusive interview about the just-announced merger of Bite and Text100, global chief Aedhmar Hynes emphasised that the move is aimed at building a strong global brand and denied problems with Bite leadership motivated the change.
Marketing agency April-Six, part of The Mission Marketing Group, has acquired technology, science and engineering PR specialist Proof Communication.
Iliad sees shares slump after T-Mobile bid; Alibaba invests $120 million in mobile game company; Chrysler reports best US July sales in nine years
Huawei's head of international media affairs, Scott Sykes, has left the company to return to America with his family, with the company citing "personal reasons" for the departure.
Target appoints a new CEO; Google faces another antitrust investigation in Europe; AMC eyes BBC America.
Twitter's strong quarter; Instagram's new app; India's e-commerce boom
Chinese government investigates Microsoft; Ruling paves way for LA Clippers sale; Twitter to release Q2 earnings
Twitter releases diversity statistics; Air Algerie flight disappears from radar; Facebook earnings; FAA lifts ban on flights to Israel; Execution in Arizona takes two hours.
Apple reports $7 billion-plus quarterly profit but faces class-action lawsuit; Google considered acquiring Spotify last year, or not; LinkedIn buys Bizo; McDonald vows accountability at VA.
Bloomberg: Carney has discussed comms role with Apple; McDonald's, KFC in food-products scare in China; Sky News apologizes for reporter rummaging through luggage of MH17 victim; Activist investor wants EMC to break up; More on Alibaba IPO.
Kendall had worked at Hulu since July 2011, leading external comms for the company, including corporate, content, product, advertising, and distribution communications.
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.
Facebook has set its sights on virtual reality becoming the future of computing, and it is likely there will be a place for brands.
Netflix again announced plans to raise prices, but communications experts say it has learned from its past mistakes.