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Donald Trump’s regulatory agenda and longstanding promises to free Washington of special interests may present both opportunities and a few foreseeable challenges to lobbyists and the public affairs industry. (3 reader comments)
While the President has made a campaign pledge to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico, brands in the U.S. that serve bicultural consumers have been successful in recent years doing the opposite.
Transactions between AT&T and Time Warner, Microsoft and LinkedIn, and 21st Century Fox and Sky accounted for $153.9 billion.
Wi-Fi health advocates are urging PR people and others to email their senators voicing opposition to bills that would allow neighborhoods to be blanketed with pulsed radiation.
Rory Brosius, former deputy director of the White House’s Joining Forces Initiative and policy advisor to First Lady Michelle Obama, will serve as VP, managing veteran and military family-serving clients.
Heather Foster, a former advisor to President Obama and the U.S. Department of Education, has joined Widmeyer Communications, where she’s been named a vice president in the agency’s education practice.
Dark Matter Trump's team has detected the "dark matter" of government regulation (Wash. Post)
PR Tip How to get your business featured in print publications (Observer)
PR Industry Three modern PR companies that are redefining the industry (Forbes)
Media Four hard lessons for the media in the age of Trump (Fortune)
Susan Goldstein, former chair of Ruder Finn’s global healthcare practice, has been named partner, chief strategy officer and managing director of health at Makovsky.
A successful event activation that results in media interest and gets people interacting with your client's product will save you work and frustration when launching a brand or product.
Operating behind the scenes for years, the legal cannabis industry has finally gone mainstream, and startups representing every point in the cannabis ecosystem are now seeking counsel from PR firms for everything from earned media programs to branding, strategy and research services in a bid to align this burgeoning sector with its surging demand.
Executive Orders They're more about PR and power (Philadelphia Inquirer)
AG Why Trump's firing of Sally Yates should worry you (Politico)
Media What's behind the billion-dollar media buyouts? (Forbes)
AG "Monday Night Massacre" sure is a catchy name (Wash. Post)
Media In Trump's early days, new media finds competing narratives (NY Times)