PR has shown no signs of slowing down this summer, but the cloying heat of August seems to have led some communicators to completely lose the plot.
The Tesla chief sat for an hour-long call with The New York Times; Trump tweets that he's asked SEC to look into six-month earnings reporting for public companies.
The multinational team begins meeting this fall.
One agency leader called the Q&A "derogatory, unsophisticated, and old school."
Mohan was previously head of global drug-development communications.
Burns was most recently SVP of corporate comms for AT&T Communications.
Boadas is a 16-year veteran of P&G.
The firm also picked up an AOR account from Connatix.
Spratto is replacing Mike Piispanen in the top operations job at the company.
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The new research found some topics are too hot for brands to touch.
The media is impressed with Elon Musk this morning and waiting on Les Moonves' performance on CBS' earnings call.
The PR firm was in the news this week after a U.K. newspaper exposé cried foul on its work for Qatar's 2022 soccer World Cup bid.
The two shops combined have about $33 million in annual revenue.
Suris had worked at the bank since 2009.
The firm is billing the app as a way for organizations to react quickly in a fast-moving environment.
Collamore has worked at the group since 2007.
What it feels like to go from skeptic to working for the client.
The learning curve is steeper than ever for reporters, editors, and producers entering the communications field. The good news is they're used to rapid change.
And what clients are doing to make the getting-to-know-you process less uncomfortable.
Boosting the bottom line versus protecting an agency's reputation is a dilemma in the spotlight amid the Papa John's crisis.
Other companies are likely to face the same dilemma as Harley-Davidson as protectionist measures loom.
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.
One of the largest tech platforms for millennial women, Mogul is accessed by more than 18 million weekly users across 196 countries.
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.