A very short missive this week as I'm hitting the deadline buffers before I head off to Cannes for the annual Festival of Creativity and then the World Cup in Russia.
What did you think the "b" would stand for?
And you batter believe the pancake restaurant is defending itself.
Stunt is a word PR pros have been trying to escape for years, but this week suggests there is still mileage in this old school way of attracting attention - as long as it is accompanied by a bit of plain old common sense too.
A picture recap of the PRWeek Hall of Femme 2018
As an iconic leader unveils his new plans, his former employer's annual review draws a perfunctory line under its founder's 33-year contribution to the company.
Are her comments on level with Roseanne Barr's -- or worse -- or is it an apples-to-oranges situation?
Brands are still turning to influencers in hopes of raising awareness.
The drugmaker clapped back to Roseanne Barr's comment that she was "Ambien tweeting" when she made racist remarks about Valerie Jarrett.
The show's star, Roseanne Barr, had apologized and said she was leaving Twitter.
Forty jurors will deliberate online but the final judging group in Cannes will comprise just 10 people rather than the usual 20.
Not only should you have saved twice your salary, you should also have eaten at least two times your weight in guacamole.
Hey, if it doesn't kill you, it'll make you stronger.
Or are you not convinced the company has turned over a new leaf?
This week's PRWeek Global Awards winners and a taste of the bullish U.K. PR sector represent a welcome contrast to the relative stasis in the U.S.
Would you accept a request to connect from Peter W.?
(It's clearly Yanny, OK?)
Communicators have a natural tendency to play safe and fly beneath the radar, but lessons from combat theory in Top Gun and our current President suggest it pays to embrace chaos and confusion once in a while.
How well did you listen to your mom, and what lessons have followed you into your comms career?