Data breaches continue to dominate the headlines, as cyber-criminals find new ways to infiltrate computer systems and wreak reputational havoc. No industry — and no consumer — is safe from the potentially devastating impact of these crimes.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has reversed course and said today it will release "The Interview" in a limited number of theaters on Christmas, days after the company faced criticism for pulling the plug on the controversial film.
Nearly three dozen agencies attended the U.S. Army's "industry day" for marketing and advertising firms on Dec. 3 in San Antonio as the Army mulls a review of its nine-figure recruitment advertising and PR account.
Al Jazeera English will air an hour-long special, "Journalism is Not a Crime," on Dec. 29, part of the news organization's press freedom campaign urging the release of three of its journalists incarcerated in Egypt for the past year.
Coca-Cola has given employees the option to pull the plug on voicemail for at its Atlanta headquarters and technology plaza, urging staffers to use text-based communication in a bid to boost productivity.
Income disparity was one of the engines driving the protests that were ignited by the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner at the hands of police. GOP victory, PR and media changes, Sony, GM and others made headlines.
There’s no denying that people love fantasy football. The pastime’s popularity has exploded in recent years, and the cultural fixture is now even the backdrop for a sitcom. Here’s what PR pros can do to connect with this growing market.
What if North Korea attacked a maker of bobbleheads rather than high-profile Hollywood studio? The Obama Administration's response to Sony hack shows White House is woefully unprepared for cyber-war on commercial sector.
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