The crypto company’s Chapter 11 filing follows FTX’s recent collapse.
Grogin has worked at the media company since 2016, most recently within the company’s entertainment division.
Agency leaders warn that cutting resources into moderation and Musk’s own behavior on Twitter is turning advertisers away from the platform.
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Spring has worked at Weber since 1992.
Simpson will be responsible for the company’s global corporate comms, including sustainability.
It’s a newly created role.
The PR agency says it needs more confidence in Twitter’s direction.
Iger, who replaces Bob Chapek, returns to the company after a hiatus.
VanderMolen worked at the company since March 2020.
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As Musk remakes the social media platform in his own image, he risks further alienating pharma advertisers.
Hill worked at Weber Shandwick for more than 16 years.
Leaders from APCO Worldwide, SKDK, Brunswick and other firms were among the 200 to be sanctioned.
Results will appear in the March/April 2023 edition of PRWeek.
Ad giant Omnicom Media Group is advising its clients, which include PepsiCo, Mercedes-Benz and McDonald's, to halt investments on Twitter in light of recent layoffs and brand safety concerns.
Smith has worked at Encompass Health and Ascension.
… and what it would take to lure them back to the platform.
Musk’s first attempt at internal comms featured warnings of tough times ahead.
The Scotland-based brewery is facing backlash about showing World Cup games, as well as its work culture and history with Israel.
Firms are finding silver linings — and plenty of media placement opportunities — for crypto clients amid FTX’s collapse.
Things at Twitter under Elon Musk are weird. Very weird. But not enough for brands to say goodbye to the platform.
Little to no demand for IPO comms isn’t the end of the world for financial specialists, who are seeing opportunity elsewhere.
Whatever your thoughts on the Kardashians (if you have any at all), even their biggest detractors would grudgingly accept that the family has a solid grasp of PR. Less so when it comes to financial regulation.
Healthcare PR experts are unimpressed by messaging about the virus, demanding more urgency and clarity as cases rise.
Gilbreath describes the value of hybrid work and how companies can embrace it for a better future.
Fajt powers the platform designed for virtual reality socializing to forge connections in real life.
The supplemental insurance company’s out-and-about duck mascot speaks to its brand and to philanthropy — with one voice.
Whittaker describes how business can turn idealism into purposeful reality.
Deitelzweig explains why the new office is essential to the renewal of cities but has to provide more than lobbies with expanses of white marble to attract tenants.