FleishmanHillard previously had the account for 10 years.
"Good things come to those who tweet," the fast-food chain says in its latest video.
Atlanta played host as a dozen comms leaders underscored why C-suites need to care and do even more about their brands' reputations
The trend continues as more complex offerings emerge in-house, but expansion and management of resources poses as one significant challenge.
Duchess Meghan Markle and Prince Harry expecting first child; Sears files for bankruptcy; JPMorgan CEO and Ford Motor Chairman walk away from "Davos in the desert."
The boutique firm quit the account this week following the disappearance of a 'Washington Post' columnist.
Clary replaces Adam Gerstein who has moved into a new role as the firm's U.S. business transformation lead.
After two decades of existence in the U.S., PRWeek is pleased to report that the communications profession has earned its share of influence with CEOs and C-suite executives.
On this week's podcast: the Disney-Fox merger, a senior-level departure from BCW, and Hill+Knowlton's separation from SJR.
Don't just talk about it, be about it when it comes to taking a stand, says Rashada Whitehead
Brunswick Group has appointed former George W Bush administration official Lanhee Chen as a senior counsellor.
U.S. companies walk away from 'Davos in the desert'; Sorrell hints he's close to S4 deal no. 2; Facebook deletes 800 fake news accounts.
The Wag! Cool Treats City Tour landed the brand 60 unique media placements.