The firm attributed the layoffs to cryptocurrency market volatility.
Engleka was chair of Burson-Marsteller's healthcare practice prior to its Cohn & Wolfe merger.
The brewer is trying to go beyond hipsters to reach the next generation of American consumers.
Aduro has won a "six-figure retainer account" to handle comms for Procter & Gamble consumer healthcare brands Seven Seas and Haliborange. The agency has also picked up a brief to help Bauer Media UK drive subscriptions through an influencer programme.
Clarity PR has hired Bite Global managing director Rachel Gilley as its UK MD.
The organization has increased the size of its board to 20.
UK-based Open Health has merged with medical comms specialist Peloton Advantage to create a global healthcare communications giant that has 520 staff across seven locations.
Markets closed; FWV takes stake in NY firm; An 'epic failure of corporate governance.'
FWV is also folding its New York operations under AMP3's brand and leadership.
'The peanut has morphed into a coconut,' Martin Sorrell proclaimed as his new venture made its second purchase.
Redundancy option was open to all staff.
IBM iX veteran John Armstrong will lead the new agency.
Edelman is helping to promote Polish culture and ties between the U.S. and Poland.
Publicis.Sapient has appointed former political press secretary Ashish Prashar as senior director of global media and analyst relations.
The agency will roll out a national campaign for the tuna giant in Q1 2019.
Fernandez was most recently U.S. CEO of Burson-Marsteller before its merger with Cohn & Wolfe.
Miroma to buy Way to Blue; The latest Facebook controversy; Trump family media blitz.
Global media and marketing services collective The Miroma Group has entered into an agreement to acquire London-headquartered global communications agency Way To Blue.
Brown was previously the firm's EVP and chair of health and wellness. Founder Kim Hunter remains chairman and CEO.
Media buying, particularly performance marketing, is high on the agenda.
A rundown of the firms that have represented Saudi Arabia's government, according to FARA filings and other documents.
The jobs boom is benefitting digital, measurement, and content specialists much more than other communicators.
Bots and technologists galore. A diverse workforce. And the death of the current holding company model. These are just a few predictions from industry leaders of what could be commonplace in two decades.
The news this week that Mark Read had been appointed CEO of WPP came after a painful interregnum following the abrupt departure of the charismatic Martin Sorrell after more than 30 years at the helm. But is Read a thoughtful and safe pair of hands or a dull accountant with little in the way of leadership skills?
Both financial and personal motives are behind the spate of deals.