The Georgian government wants to improve its relationship with the U.S. and tell the country's story.
Plus: Women run the Grammy Awards, and a key Republican comms aide moves to Blue Engine + JDA.
Buck also worked for former Speaker of the House John Boehner.
Is it a game-changer? Probably not. Plus: Amazon joins the ranks of the world's biggest marketers.
The contract includes advertising, direct and database marketing, PR, and planning and research work.
What's in a name? Plenty to San Franciscans, who want the actor and other celebrities to stop calling their city "San Fran."
The move is part of WWP's restructuring plans.
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has urged corporate leaders to take a stand on issues that align with their social purpose and warned social media giants to "take the initiative" on regulation.
Steve Barrett reports from the small ski resort in Switzerland that becomes the focal point of global politicians, businesspeople, and nonprofits for one week in January every year.
The Brussels-based firm's NY office is led by GM Julien Lafleur.
Ben Gascoigne, a former adviser to Boris Johnson as both Foreign Secretary and Mayor of London, is joining Grayling UK as a director in its public affairs team.
T-Mobile, Toyota, and Airbnb are just a few of the brands that are pitching in to help.
Gillette's "We Believe" ad receives backlash; PayPal brings back CMO role; Latest from Detroit auto show; Fast-food at the White House
The retailer's chief Tim Boyle on why he is blasting the government shutdown.
Plus: Ford's big announcements before the Detroit auto show; IBM's Michelle Peluso at CES; It's safe to eat romaine again.
The campaigns looking to unseat President Trump are hiring staffers with media relations, digital, and even Instagramming skills.
A Howard Schultz candidacy could make the ubiquitous coffee chain the target of scathing attacks for the next two years.
The freshman legislator has become a phenomenon on the left and a lightning rod for the right. Now for the hard part.
Polls say Americans want border security, but Democrats and Republicans are talking about the issue very differently during the partial government shutdown.
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.
Jamie Hennigan VP of strategic communications at the National Association of Manufacturers on the NAM's digital campaign, #TruthOnTheTrail.
We're a small manufacturer and work primarily with lobbying firms or industry groups doing the lobbying. We provide a strong voice to industry associations such as the American Wind Energy Association and Distributed Wind Energy Association.
Alison Kanski talks to VMR's general counsel on regulation, international trade, and more.
John Hesse II, a consultant on law and government affairs at The McCormick Group, discusses lobbying and PR.
Shanelle Matthews, lead communications strategist for Black Lives Matter, tells Dipka Bhambhani about driving conversations from the 'hood to the White House.