The former Brooklyn Sports & Entertainment chief communications officer shared lessons learned from opening the Barclays Center and Fiserv Forum.
Or just another Facebook scandal?
Culminating a four-event tour, San Francisco played host as PR leaders shared unique perspectives on fake news, CSR, and other reputation-driving tactics
After the midterms, the real political work will get done in the states, says Corey Ealons, Vox Global partner and former White House communications aide.
Ethics, the disintegration of civility and PR are connected, says Shannon Bowen, professor of PR ethics at the University of South Carolina.
There are four questions to ask before engaging on an issue, says PulsePoint Group's Bob Feldman.
Breaking point? One ad exec said of Facebook this week, "They have absolutely no morals."
It is Vigue's second stint at the agency.
The idea of good corporate citizenship has been around for years, but it's more of a business imperative today than ever before. Here's how some of the most successful companies are getting it right - by doing what's right.
Highlights from Facebook's rebuke to The New York Times exposé, and PR pros' reactions to the lobbying revelations.
Facebook has cut ties with US agency Definers Public Affairs, which it allegedly hired to spread damning information about critics and competitors. It used the firm to link liberal financier George Soros to anti-Facebook movements.
Facebook cuts ties with Definers Public Affairs; Wonderful Pistachios says crass Grinch ad was Photoshopped; Karen Le Cannu joins Prosek Partners.
Le Cannu was most recently head of external comms for HSBC's global banking division.
Elton John takes centre stage in this year's John Lewis Christmas spot, confirming one of the worst kept secrets in adland.