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.
Microsoft confirmed on Thursday that the layoffs it announced earlier in the day, representing 14% of the company's workforce, will affect its marketing and communications teams.
Airbnb has overhauled its brand identity with a new look and logo that focuses on the "A" of its name, but which it says can be adapted by its customers and community across the globe to create their own personalised versions.
Guessing game continues on Jay Carney's next stop; Hillary Clinton drops more hints about future ambitions; Yahoo's ad woes continue; What IBM gets by partnering with Apple; Coca-Cola's payoff for printing personalized bottles; Time Warner rebuffs 21st Century Fox offer.
Uber looks to public affairs world for next comms head, and five other things to know Tuesday morning
Uber considers political strategists for head comms role; Web giants urge FCC to oppose net neutrality; Layoffs at Microsoft expected; Allan Mayer on crisis comms; What will Yahoo's Q2 earnings say about Alibaba's IPO?
Meet Minneapolis and Spong PR have launched a social media command center to engage visitors in town for Major League Baseball All-Star Week.
Google tests European waters on privacy; #TheBearIsLoose explained; More details on Alibaba IPO; China calls iPhone a threat; FTC sues Amazon; Microsoft employees receive Nadella Doctrine.
The company that built the first super computer at NASA has appointed Atomic PR to drive awareness of its expertise in developing the world's most powerful computers.
Stricker is continuing to report to CEO Dick Costolo with responsibility for leading Twitter's consumer marketing, global media, and worldwide PR efforts.
British journalists told their stories will be removed from Google searches after "right to be forgotten" ruling; When is the right time for a CEO to disclose an illness?; Sandberg apologizes; Target asks customers to leave guns at home; US soccer nearly draws record ratings again.
Most recently, Shantz was VP of global marketing at Symantec, where she worked to revitalize the Norton anti-virus brand.
BlackBerry launches blog to counter inaccurate reporting; Former Tinder marketing VP sues for sexual harassment; Power List 2014 is out; Twitter buys mobile ad company.
Users irate after 2012 Facebook 'social experiment' made public; Major news in GM, VA crises expected on Monday; Q&A with GM's Tony Cervone; Monday morning must-reads.
New figures show 300 million tweets have been published about the World Cup, compared to 150 million about the Olympics during London 2012.
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.