It all started with a banana.
Procter & Gamble's Marc Pritchard is reinventing brand-building and his description this week of the CPG behemoth's journey to a state of perpetual disruption warrants close examination.
Reimagining the holiday ad as a horror movie.
How did you interpret the viral spot? Take our poll.
Share your photos and videos with us by December 16.
The famous feline died on Sunday.
Thanksgiving is a time for reflection, celebration and, well, let's be honest... overindulging in food and drink. But, while we're enjoying the holiday, let's not forget those less fortunate than ourselves.
Doug the Pug is also a fan.
This holiday season, PRWeek is on a quest to find out which are the best U.S. bars for PR professionals and who's having the most fun at their local.
Deadline extended! Send us your best holiday cheer by December 17.
A new initiative wants chief communications officers to lead the way in encouraging business to improve the level of civil discourse.
Health Influencer 50 number one Michael Phelps is a prime example of the numerous high-profile influences on people's awareness across a whole gamut of issues that is completely changing the face of healthcare.
"Your copywriters need to go back to school."
A guide to all of the campaigns, organizations and executives honored at the first Purpose Awards last month in Chicago.
Sayegh is a former small-town politician turned top Treasury aide.
You know, the term is the equivalent of rolling your eyes at someone older.
A celebration of the year's most artistic, creative and effective films produced by and for brands.
"While business still has a long way to go in creating an open and equal workplace, it's also come a very long way."
Jeff Adams took a ball to the chest and became a hero this week.
Several basic bloopers this week emphasized once again that brand marketers must do their due diligence before pressing the button on "smart" social media activations.