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Salad dressing has entered the COVID-19 vaccine chat. (Image via Getty)

Should salad dressing companies address disinformation about COVID-19 vaccines?

Michael Flynn is spreading a conspiracy theory about vaccines in salad dressing.

Libresse pulls campaign with vulva imagery following backlash

Libresse pulls campaign with vulva imagery following backlash

Users on social media rushed to defend the brand following an incriminating statement from a religious organisation.

Nicki Minaj (Photo credit: Getty)

How should the White House respond to Nicki Minaj?

The two are beefing over whether a meeting was supposed to be in-person or a phone call.

Communicators: 'It’s our time'

Communicators: 'It’s our time'

The latest edition of PRWeek’s seminal industry survey shows the PR function is more valued than ever at organizations, but that brings with it additional pressure to deliver.

This Sunday, Burger King is launching "Keep It Real" meal deals.

McDonald’s vs. Burger King: Whose celebrity meals are better?

The meal deals at both fast-food chains are created by stars.

Strength through adversity

Strength through adversity

So many things have fundamentally changed in the past two decades since 9/11, but the most important thing is for us to remember those who perished and make sure we all honor their memory with a renewed spirit of togetherness.

Peppa Pig deletes epic tweet roasting Kanye

Peppa Pig deletes epic tweet roasting Kanye

It wasn’t a fever dream; screenshots prove it was real.

A PR legend, centenarian and a gentleman

A PR legend, centenarian and a gentleman

David Finn is one of the founding fathers of PR and a throwback to the genesis of the communications industry.

Pfizer's newly FDA-approved Comirnaty vaccine is the latest health narrative dominating PR. (Pic: Getty Images.)

Healthcare fueled PR’s recovery over the past 12 months

The continued impact of COVID-19, vaccine roll-outs, booster shots and health equity plus groundbreaking technological innovation mean healthcare is a more ubiquitous factor than ever across communications.