Edelman has named Christiane Schulz, former chief executive of Weber Shandwick in Germany, as CEO of its German business.
Mussante takes over for the retiring Steve Burkhart.
Twitter and Facebook fight Chinese disinformation; Wendy's disses Chick-fil-A and Popeyes; Tech faces state antitrust probe; CNN analyst's bodyguard charged; Huawei founder threatens salary cuts.
Save the Children International global comms director Kirsten Walkom has left the charity to head the London office of US crisis and reputation management agency Smith & Company.
Wine & Cheez-It box sells out; K-pop stars and Hong Kong protests; CEOs downplay shareholder value; Trump versus the New York Times; Rashida Tlaib boycotts Bill Maher.
PMK•BNC moves into the division as part of its merger with Rogers & Cowan.
Cathay Pacific CEO resigns; Hickenlooper ends presidential run; Myanmar's army sues over Facebook posts; fried chicken and knife crime; FCC fines Jimmy Kimmel Live.
The Boston-based company does not have an incumbent agency.
The company bills the platform as CRM for PR.
Results from the latest survey of rates by M&A consulting firm Gould+Partners.
The agency is working with the hotel-search company in the U.S.
The IPG firm won a competitive review that began in May.
The agency will help MetLife tell the story of its transformation.
BCW Entertainment builds on the core of former Burson-Marsteller shop BWR.
French authorities have yet to announce a decision on the matter.
Businesses must address government failure, said CEO Richard Edelman.
No 'material change' in the threat from consultants such as Accenture.
Harvard Business School's Ashley Whillans and Walmart alum Jason Hreha will serve as part-time senior advisers to the agency.
IMA clients include Beiersdorf, Heineken and Booking.com.
Making the senior ranks requires sacrifice, panelists said at a Lippe Taylor event.
Forget the management consultancies for a second. Stars also want a part of the content marketing space.
PR firms are taking precautions to ensure the ideas they pitch aren't used without their consent.
In an increasingly casual culture, knowing what to wear to a client meeting can be a challenge.
Is this the year PR firms finally break through?
Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei has its work cut out to convince governments, technology partners and consumers that its products and telco infrastructure are safe, experts warn.