The pizza chain clarifies that greasy and cheesy boxes can still be recycled.
The appointment was announced as longtime Edelman leader Amanda Goh left this month.
Communications teams have led a change in culture at organizations that is a necessary and overdue disruption.
“Fortnite” maker, Spotify and 11 other companies want regulatory measures to address what they call unfairness in app marketplaces.
The company issued an RFP as it looks to start sailing again.
Edelman announces new focus on ‘action communications’ and corporate affairs in wake of COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter
Richard Edelman, CEO of the world’s biggest PR firm, has launched a new mantra for his agency; challenging the comms sector and business in general to focus on action rather than words.
Johnson was most recently MD in APCO Worldwide’s New York office.
Her group also includes internal and external comms.
The Bacardi-owned spirits brand translates its signature stainless steel cans into hurricane relief support with its Unbreakable shutters initiative.
J&J's medical devices unit is spearheading the campaign, My Health Can't Wait.
WPP, the world’s biggest marketing services group, has hired its first ever global corporate affairs director with the aim of improving the firm’s reputation and highlighting its corporate purpose, PRWeek can reveal.
The firm will create data-driven content with a strong focus on media relations for the financial services company.
Under the arrangement that has been waved through by President Donald Trump, ByteDance will create a new U.S.-headquartered company called TikTok Global that will be majority owned by U.S. investors.
The former Ketchum CEO joined Wells Fargo two months ago.
Clark fills the spot of interim chief executive Brandon Crawley.
It’s been more than five years since Howell was a comms EVP at the company.
The startup creates digital activism tools.
Entercom CMO Paul Suchman is taking over her role in the interim.
The new communications leadership team consists of six VP-level leaders.
However, there is still work to be done.
The escalation of turmoil in Kenosha is the latest instance of social unrest triggered by law enforcement.
‘One of the biggest change management moments we’ve ever experienced’: How agencies are helping clients navigate re-entry
Businesses are playing it safe in bringing employees back to the office.
“We were facing our toughest crisis ever and working harder than ever with a margin for error smaller than ever – and having all that complicated by none of us being in the same place,” says CCO Josh Earnest.
Trade bodies are helping members get ready to reopen while keeping employees and customers safe.
Consumers are really letting brands know just how hard it is to find a roll.
COVID-19 and George Floyd’s death drove millions of dollars in donations to historically Black colleges, but United Negro College Fund CEO Michael Lomax says this is just the start.
Having arrived at Unilever as an “outsider,” Garcia shares how purpose is leading the charge to action during the pandemic and toward fighting social injustice.
The marketing vet and Ferrero North America CEO discusses what he expects from his agencies and PR partners, as well as his company’s plans for U.S. growth.
Davis wants to help people see the ability of her athletes.
Since launching in 2017, the healthcare startup has been making waves with its innovative style and simple, impactful messaging