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Companies with women in the C-suite are more profitable than companies without them, according to a study by the Peterson Institute for Int’l Economics cited by Andi Simon, Ph.D.
Publicis CEO Arthur Sadoun, who officially took over for Maurice Levy on June 1, rocked the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity by announcing that the French combine will take a pass on next year's show. His action may save the show from itself. (1 reader comment)
The New York Times’ decision to kill the public editor post, which was established 14 years ago in the aftermath of the Jayson Blair scandal, may save the struggling paper some money, but will hurt its credibility in our current age of transparency and openness.
Cable media's coverage of Kathy Griffin's recent controversial photo shoot underscores how much of today’s news cycle is geared toward entertainment as opposed to detailed coverage of important current events. (4 reader comments)
Roger Ailes was a polarizing figure whose legacy has been marred by the sexual harassment allegations that destroyed his career. But that doesn’t take away from the man’s massive impact on television news. (1 reader comment)
In his latest blog, Ken Makovsky stresses that PR—managing relations with publics—doesn't need to be redefined and is more relevant today than ever as witnessed by the recent media storms surrounding United Airlines, Pepsi and Fox News.
PR executive search pioneer Larry Marshall, looking back on a 50-year career that included working for more than half of the “Fortune 500,” said the most striking change he sees is the switch from male to female executives. (1 reader comment)
Donald Trump’s successful tactic of communicating directly to the public via tweets and other means, almost never having a news conference, is a worrisome development both for journalism and public relations.