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New research dives into consumer sentiment around recent protests against racial injustice.
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What has been given surprisingly little airtime is how the pandemic has led to an absolute field day for cybercriminals feeding off the recent uncertainty and increased dependence on digital.
The latest: Airline CEOs attack coronavirus rules.
People moves, account wins and more
Fight racism by looking in the mirror; Op-ed was a mistake, says the New York Times; Gail Heimann talks Weber, Edelman; Twitter pulls Trump video; Case study: the Def Comedy Jam.
Influencers aren’t going away. But data could make working with them easier.
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Purpose takes on even more meaning as the world deals with COVID-19. Comms’ crucial role takes center stage in this podcast, presented by Ruder Finn.
Weber Shandwick president and CEO Gail Heimann talks about how the firm is addressing issues of racial injustice, as well as the latest industry news.
The three-hour event was hosted by Cedric the Entertainer.
Too often, corporations turn to large PR agencies that don't have a single person of color on their executive staff.
Amy Brown “laid out the facts” in a Twitter thread on Thursday.
Senior managers and executives take salary reductions as firm trims workforce by 5%.
The network, following parent IPG's lead, is closing all offices on June 5, said the former Weber Shandwick CEO.
This week’s Coronavirus Briefing is 979 words and will take you five minutes to read.
Wendy’s donates $500k to ‘social justice’; NYT staffers revolt over Tom Cotton op-ed.
The digital asset management company wants to boost its media profile in key European markets.
The PR firm was cofounded by Margie Cader and Emily Lawi.
Unilever is urging brands to be sincere in developing and executing their brand purposes in light of content surrounding the coronavirus pandemic and the death of George Floyd.
The British bank plans to open a San Francisco office.
Before making any public comment, take a hard look at the policies and practices in your organization.
In the interests of safety, clarity and future planning, PRWeek will transition its awards, conferences and other live events to virtual environments for the rest of the year – including the PRWeek Awards, which will take place online on July 30.
Video recalls other names that "did not make it to a hashtag."
PRWeek’s video series catches up with the chief diversity and inclusion officer at Interpublic’s PR, event and experiential agency division.
The latest edition of PRWeek’s video series features the former Home Depot CEO of Installation & Measurement Services, who recently returned to brewing giant Heineken.