Nicolle Wallace, a former top White House and campaign communications aide to President George W. Bush, will join a revamped "The View" for its new season as the roundtable talk show geared toward women premieres on Sept. 15.
Elizabeth Funderburk, a top communications ands public affairs exec for the over-the-counter drug industry's Washington trade group, has moved to APCO Worldwide in the District as director of its health policy group.
Former Democratic Senator John Breaux of Louisiana and Republican Trent Lott of Mississippi are trying to torpedo US sanctions against Russian natural gas giant Gazprom to punish Vladimir Putin for his invasion and possible annexation of eastern Ukraine.
The US State Dept. reached out to third party organizations like NGOs and think tanks month to boost public engagement and burnish the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s 2014 summit as the alliance faces a hefty slate of issues this week in Wales.
Maya Seiden, who served in the Obama Administration's State Dept. for five years, and was special assistant for the Energy Dept. and White House Cabinet Secretary under Bill Clinton, is now at Republican-leaning BGR Group.
Katharine Weymouth, granddaughter of longtime Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham, is stepping down from the publisher spot as Amazon founder and chief Jezz Bezos puts his stamp on the media property.
Lisa Adler, VP of corporate communications for Millennium Pharmaceuticals through its 2008 acquisition by Takeda Pharmaceutical Company, has moved to publicly traded Ironwood Pharmaceuticals in a senior VP role.
A Los Angeles digital marketing firm and its client Fox Home Entertainment have apologized for the poor timing of a campaign touting "Headless Day" in support of the DVD release of FOX "sleepy Hollow" show on the same day the terrorist group ISIS released a video showing the beheading of an American journalist.
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