Edelman leads the way again with $874.9M in net fees, but there was some jostling at the top. W2O Group ($122.7M) bumped APCO ($120.6M) down to third and several newcomers made the top ten.
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Foot Locker’s new ad featuring Tom Brady bring a long-standing NFL controversy front and center. (1 reader comment)
The athletic shoe company, unwittingly linked to white supremacists after praising President-elect Trump's trade policies, should never have weighed in on the subject, says PR pro Dorothy Crenshaw.
The NFL has fallen out of favor with fans in recent years and ratings have plummeted. Now it appears commissioner Roger Goodell is finally acknowledging some of the league’s missteps. (2 reader comments)
The FBI earlier today made headlines with its bombshell announcement that it would review new information regarding the discovery of emails relevant to the Hillary Clinton investigation. (6 reader comments)
Facing a firestorm of criticism amid a massive fraud scandal, embattled Wells Fargo chairman and CEO John Stumpf has retired from the company and its board, effectively immediately. (7 reader comments)
After coming under fire for inflating the cost of its life-saving EpiPens, Mylan responded to the crisis only to have CEO Heather Bresch snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. (5 reader comments)
Companies that perform pre-employment vetting services are being held to the impossible standard of effectively singling out anyone who is potentially imbalanced or harbors ill intent.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame reached new levels of scrutiny after Darren Sharper was included in its list of potential nominees.
The magnitude of dishonesty behind the allegation that Wells Fargo employees opened two million bogus accounts without customers’ consent makes it hard to buy CEO Stumpf’s claim that the bank “created no incentive to do bad things.”
Wells Fargo Bank yesterday was hit with a massive enforcement action by regulators over “widespread unlawful sales practices,” including allegations that thousands of the bank’s employees had created fake customer accounts in a bid to boost sales.
Boisterous, alcohol-driven behavior by swimmer Ryan Lochte Aug. 14 touched off an incident that dominated Olympics coverage for several days. Alcohol consumption is under new worldwide attack.
Brazilian police have charged Ryan Lochte with filing a false robbery report but Pine Bros., which touts its cough drops as “forgiving,” will feature him in its ads.
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