CEOs get more comfortable in front of the camera, but are still skittish about jumping into social media, according to a new study by PR agency Weber Shandwick.
Ned Barnett provides four lessons that the he learned from competing against the legendary Daniel J. Edelman.
An informal poll on our Facebook page strikes a nerve. Do you concur with some of the responses?
A slighted Subway customer posted a photo of his 11-inch sub on the chain’s Facebook page, which traveled all the way to the cover of the New York Post.
Experts say all new aircraft go through growing pains, but after a serious of problems with its highly touted Dreamliner, at what point does Boeing go into PR crisis mode?
While Facebook piqued the media’s and its users’ interest with its latest feature announcement, here is what it means for the practicing PR pro, so far.
Most small and medium-sized businesses have not yet adopted methods like promoted postings, sponsored tweets and social games/contests.
If communications execs want to own social media, one place to start is by developing formal social media guidelines.
Walmart’s announcement to hire any honorably discharged veteran within his or her first 12 months of active duty brought positive coverage from The New York Times, a rarity for the retailer.
For PR pros, the good professor offers this piece of sagely advice: Try to understand people (read: your CEO, CFO, etc.) and your clients by observing them.Check out this "60 Minutes" story on how to design breakthrough ideas …