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How the CIA's social media lead deals with trolls

How the CIA's social media lead deals with trolls

People blame the CIA for everything, even bad weather.

Fleishman survey: Consumers don't expect corporations to save the world

Fleishman survey: Consumers don't expect corporations to save the world

Instead, respondents want purpose to be related to issues that a company can control.

Propel launches Public Relations Management platform

Propel launches Public Relations Management platform

The company bills the platform as CRM for PR.

Breakfast Briefing: Five things for PR pros to know on Wednesday morning

Breakfast Briefing: Five things for PR pros to know on Wednesday morning

Economic indicators flash warnings; Southwest considers non-737 planes; Paranoid your phone is listening to you?

Discover Financial Services sticks with Golin for PR support

Discover Financial Services sticks with Golin for PR support

The IPG firm won a competitive review that began in May.

Lanny Davis' PR firm handles comms for California wildfire victims

Lanny Davis' PR firm handles comms for California wildfire victims

Trident DMG's client is battling PG&E in court.

MetLife enrolls Ruder Finn as US AOR

MetLife enrolls Ruder Finn as US AOR

The agency will help MetLife tell the story of its transformation.

Breakfast Briefing: 5 things for PR pros to know on Tuesday morning

Breakfast Briefing: 5 things for PR pros to know on Tuesday morning

CNN supports Chris Cuomo after viral video; A fired WPP exec is taking the holding company to court.

German PR group clears FleishmanHillard in Monsanto lists case

German PR group clears FleishmanHillard in Monsanto lists case

French authorities have yet to announce a decision on the matter.

ESA on mass shootings: Keep discussion focused on victims and facts

ESA on mass shootings: Keep discussion focused on victims and facts

Entertainment Software Association points to research showing no link between video games and violence.

Edelman responds to mass shootings with pro bono Gun Safety Alliance work

Edelman responds to mass shootings with pro bono Gun Safety Alliance work

Businesses must address government failure, said CEO Richard Edelman.

Female comms execs: Bias isn't barring women with home lives from the C-suite

Female comms execs: Bias isn't barring women with home lives from the C-suite

Making the senior ranks requires sacrifice, panelists said at a Lippe Taylor event.

Facebook corporate, financial comms head Vanessa Chan to exit

Facebook corporate, financial comms head Vanessa Chan to exit

Chan wants to tell the stories of the "immigrant experience" in her next role.

It's time to understand the causes of mass gun violence

It's time to understand the causes of mass gun violence

After 20 years of inaction and two more senseless mass shootings of innocent people, legislators must heed those lobbying for funds to research gun incidents.

Breakfast Briefing: Equinox responds to boycott threats over owner's Trump fundraiser

Breakfast Briefing: Equinox responds to boycott threats over owner's Trump fundraiser

And competitor New York Sports Club smelled not sweat but opportunity in the crisis.

RetailMeNot signs up Shift as corporate comms AOR

RetailMeNot signs up Shift as corporate comms AOR

MWWPR was the incumbent on the account.

Data marketplace Memo partners with FleishmanHillard

Data marketplace Memo partners with FleishmanHillard

Memo has access to aggregated data from publishers.

Cision, Edelman begin exclusive partnership

Cision, Edelman begin exclusive partnership

The world's largest PR firm is looking for a competitive edge in communications technology with the deal.

General Mills names McDonald's alum Jano Cabrera as global comms head

General Mills names McDonald's alum Jano Cabrera as global comms head

Cabrera is replacing Mary Lynn Carver in the role.

Fishbowl survey: Customs and Border Protection work doesn't phase most Deloitte employees

Fishbowl survey: Customs and Border Protection work doesn't phase most Deloitte employees

More than two-thirds of respondents said it doesn't affect their employment plans.

Analysis

PR firms targeted CMOs for years, only to see companies eliminate the role. Now what?

PR firms targeted CMOs for years, only to see companies eliminate the role. Now what?

Agencies see opportunity amid complexity.

'A remarkable missed opportunity': Why Wayfair's response to employee walkout failed

'A remarkable missed opportunity': Why Wayfair's response to employee walkout failed

The company's "business as usual" response missed the mark, say experts.

PR pros: 'Huawei is handling crisis well, but could target customers in charm offensive'

PR pros: 'Huawei is handling crisis well, but could target customers in charm offensive'

Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei has its work cut out to convince governments, technology partners and consumers that its products and telco infrastructure are safe, experts warn.

Kicking the habit: Most large agencies swear off e-cigarette clients

Kicking the habit: Most large agencies swear off e-cigarette clients

Many firms' policies put little to no daylight between vaping and Big Tobacco.

Experts to Boeing: Let the process play out

Experts to Boeing: Let the process play out

The company needs to cooperate with investigations, then communicate with customers and investors, and finally worry about the public, say experts.

CEO Q&A

Move over Millennials: Generation X is coming for your avocados

Move over Millennials: Generation X is coming for your avocados

Avocados From Mexico targets older people in its new marketing.

CEO Monty Sharma on getting Jenny Craig back into shape

CEO Monty Sharma on getting Jenny Craig back into shape

"We've focused squarely on being a leader in what we've always been: a leader in weight loss with the highest amount of support and delicious meals."

Columbia CEO spent $80k on WaPo ad because 'cavemen in D.C. don't use social media'

Columbia CEO spent $80k on WaPo ad because 'cavemen in D.C. don't use social media'

The retailer's chief Tim Boyle on why he is blasting the government shutdown.

A whole new ball game for Johnson Controls

A whole new ball game for Johnson Controls

CEO George Oliver dishes on the company's decision to take on the Pro Football Hall of Fame Village.

Breaking the habit: Omada CEO uses integrated approach to improve customer care

Breaking the habit: Omada CEO uses integrated approach to improve customer care

Sean Duffy, CEO and cofounder of Omada Health, is striving to be the 'operational innovator' of healthcare.