Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sat down with several media outlets in a mea culpa-filled media tour on Wednesday. Scroll down for the top line from each.
Ketchum pitched but has not advanced to the final round of IBM's global PR review.
Leading this morning's comms news: Facebook is in crisis, and there's still no public statement from CEO Mark Zuckerberg. More on that below.
Scroll down for the news PR pros need to know this Tuesday morning.
Big pharma firms posted less content on their social feeds last year, but grew their communities, according to a new report.
The five stories PR pros need to know to start their week.
Based in Chicago, Spencer is reporting to CEO Erica Swerdlow.
The firm assisted the sporting goods retailer last month on its gun sales policy announcement.
Simon Redfern is leaving Starbucks and will renew his professional relationship with Corey duBrowa when he joins software firm Salesforce in May.
Smirnov was Edelman's MD of brand practice in New York.
Scroll down for the biggest communications news to know this Tuesday morning, including the latest on the special House election in Western Pennsylvania and a stunning acknowledgement from the editor of National Geographic.
Gareth Davies has joined MWWPR's London office as VP digital strategy and UK digital lead.
The airline has also promoted Elizabeth Windram to VP of marketing.
Clark helped to guide Yahoo through its acquisition by Verizon and integration into Oath.
Scroll down for the top communications news from this weekend.
Stephen Doherty will be promoted from head of corporate comms at Barclays to group head of corporate relations next month, while his boss has also taken a new role.
Mark Schmid has joined Freuds as a director, as his former employer Ogilvy continues the overhaul of its UK business.
Americas revenue was up 3.8% on an as-reported basis in the fourth quarter, while EMEA revenue jumped 47.9%.
The school's external counsel said it will likely hire additional staffers to handle media relations amid a crush of press requests.
Burson Cohn & Wolfe's new North America president spoke to PRWeek just after the historic merger of the two WPP PR firms as part of our Agency CEO Summit.
The CEO's absence from public view since the Cambridge Analytica story broke on Friday has created a leadership vacuum at a time of crisis for Facebook.
Demographic and economic trends are changing the communications industry in Africa, moving it away from traditional hubs and presenting opportunities.
What to do (pack boots) and not to do (be disorganized) at the World Economic Forum.
Some are going to observe a clash of cultures. Others to get a jump on the trends that will define the year. Despite the rise of populism, agency CEOs are not crossing the World Economic Forum off their to-do lists.
A roaring stock market doesn't mean communications executives can put their feet up on the desk and relax in 2018.
Heal CEO Nick Desai aims to improve the patient experience by providing an on-demand service that cuts time and costs while increasing human interaction.
Kaye shares the story behind the brand and how it competes in the home industry.
The CEO of the newly created company talks to PRWeek about transforming local TV broadcast to juice revenue and revamp content.
Trade group PhRMA's CEO talks Sean Czarnecki through his first year in the job amid public outrage about price gouging.
A&W CEO tells Sean Czarnecki how he brought one of the U.S.'s oldest restaurant chains back from the dead with "tender loving care" and authenticity.