Plus: Sarah Huckabee Sanders' use of Notes is driving techies crazy.
Maybe communicators need to get better at communicating their feelings?
Davis was most recently president of Dow North America.
The brewer contends that Bud Light's spot attacking competitors has worked in its favor.
Plus: REI's CEO is planning to step down in mid-March.
McCabe's hire is the latest in a string of appointments after the retirement of Gil Schwartz last September.
The #corntroversy continues.
Hotwire's global chief operating officer and EMEA head Alex MacLaverty is stepping down from the role to pursue a new challenge, PRWeek can reveal.
The departures are the result of the automaker's push to reduce its salaried headcount by more than 4,000.
He stepped down as comms CEO in 2017 and had since served as a senior adviser.
"Ye old CCO of MillerCoors," aka Pete Marino, called the #corntroversy "much ado about nothing."
Aetna's comms leader has moved into the top comms spot of the newly combined entity.
Gonda, who had worked at Chobani since 2014, joined McDonald's in a global role.
The beer brand wants Americans to know the facts about its use of corn syrup.
The National Corn Growers Association wasn't laughing at the latest Bud Light ad on Sunday night.
Hint: Cause it was an ad from SAP.
Rovio Entertainment, the makers of Angry Birds, has appointed Jon Howard as head of communications and PR.
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PRWeek recently sat down with Hotwire global CEO Barbara Bates for an hour to discuss all matters PR and the wider the industry. Here are a few of her pearls of wisdom and a video of what Hotwire gets up to when clients aren't around.
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A Howard Schultz candidacy could make the ubiquitous coffee chain the target of scathing attacks for the next two years.
The pharma company has put on a full-court press in response to reports by Reuters and The New York Times.
Change can be good, but when it's rampant, stress is an opportunity for PR executives to be promoted even further.
Tech and crisis comms experts have warned that Facebook is no longer living up to its brand values and Mark Zuckerberg should step down as chairman and take responsibility for its latest PR disaster, rather than blaming comms.
The company's landmark HQ2 announcement is meeting headwinds, but experts see a net win for Amazon.
The retailer's chief Tim Boyle on why he is blasting the government shutdown.
CEO George Oliver dishes on the company's decision to take on the Pro Football Hall of Fame Village.
Sean Duffy, CEO and cofounder of Omada Health, is striving to be the 'operational innovator' of healthcare.
While the 137-year-old organization revamps logistically and financially, it battles another kind of disaster: a shortage in blood.
Radio can't tailor playlists or play Fortnite. A safe, carefully curated environment may be its saving grace.