Businesses need to take a stronger position on geopolitical issues, according to new research presented to the World Economic Forum at Davos today (Monday).
Three of the ad industry’s largest agency holding companies have revamped their benefits packages to fund travel for women seeking abortions in the US, in wake of the Supreme Court’s leaked memo.
The fund would assist staff who are located in states where abortion is or may become limited.
How 7 pro-choice organizations responded to the leaked Supreme Court decision that would strike down Roe v. Wade
The draft majority decision was confirmed on Tuesday by Chief Justice John Roberts.
The former Pentagon spokesperson and White House correspondent is leaving Disney as it is engaged in a legal and political battle with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis over the state’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ law.
Etienne will be a senior counselor at the DC-based public affairs unit of The Weber Shandwick Collective.
Driver was most recently a senior insights strategist at Purple Strategies.
Amid messaging war with DeSantis over ‘Don’t Say Gay’ law, Disney adds former Biden aide Kristina Schake to team
Schake led President Joe Biden's COVID-19 vaccine-education efforts as counselor to the secretary for strategic communications in the Department of Health and Human Services.
Bill Browder, the activist investor and prominent critic of Vladimir Putin, has hinted that he plans to name PR firms that have helped the Russian President, describing it as a ‘huge problem that no one talks about’.
Jenkins, who was president of global affairs, steps into the newly created role to better integrate public affairs across Weber's clients and services.
DiJulio was a longtime Capitol Hill aide to five senators.
She was previously creative director for The White House.
Mariel Sáez was a part of President Joe Biden’s communications team.
Business stepped into the fray as this week's address to the country by President Biden was dominated by messages to the world about the illegal invasion of President Zelensky's Ukraine by Russian dictator Vladimir Putin.
Yet influencers are filling the gap on social media with information about where moms can find baby formula and other tips.
The silence is deafening from corporate America on Roe v. Wade. Why so many companies are staying quiet
Brands such as Levi Strauss and Yelp are in the minority in issuing strongly worded condemnations of the Supreme Court’s likely decision to overturn the landmark case.
State legislation has set social media ablaze with anti-LGBTQ sentiment. Equality organizations are pushing back.
Two highly publicized incidents have come to light of firms flirting too closely with the ‘dark arts’ side of the business.
People who are mocking strategy don’t understand the breadth and reach of the platform, say West Wing and campaign veterans.
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.