The news that Johnson & Johnson’s longtime CEO Bill Weldon is stepping down as of April 1 has the business world buzzing: Is the 63-year-old Weldon’s departure and the appointment of Alex Gorsky as the …
Help a Reporter Out founder and small business evangelist for Vocus Peter Shankman offers tips on increasing media coverage of your company and overcoming resistance to social media.
PRWeb offers suggestions on how to make your online press releases more accessible and get them noticed and read by your target audiences.
Former New York Times Company CEO Janet Robinson has joined Fleishman-Hillard’s international advisory board, bringing the converging worlds of media and PR that much closer.
The IndyCar driver and Novo Nordisk rep offers insight to PR pros who work with hired spokespeople.
For small and medium-size businesses in small communities, positive relationships built up over time can help them survive a crisis.
PR experts—and one owner of a dog-walking business—show small businesses how they can boost their PR efforts with their current staffing limitations and without breaking the bank.
One of the major sponsors of the upcoming Olympics, Dow Chemical rejects a link being made to a 1984 environmental tragedy in Bhopal, India, caused by a company it acquired in 2001.
The In-House Writer president Andrew Hindes provides five key steps for a small business to pitch the media and make the effort worth everyone’s time.
The director of social media for CRT/tanaka and speaker at PR News’ April 18 PR Measurement Conference says all PR pros need to constantly ask themselves this question: "What defines success for my company from a PR standpoint?"