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WeWork: Covid-19 is an opportunity to be 'more creative than ever'

WeWork: Covid-19 is an opportunity to be 'more creative than ever'

The company plans to be the solution to the shift in workplace attitudes.

PR firm leaders react to Washington unrest

PR firm leaders react to Washington unrest

Here’s what agency heads from Hill+Knowlton, Ketchum, Weber Shandwick, Brunswick, Steinreich Communications and Seven Letter are doing.

Richard Edelman: CEOs must reassure employees after Capitol Hill riot

Richard Edelman: CEOs must reassure employees after Capitol Hill riot

Edelman posted a similar message on his blog for agency employees.

McCann Health’s Carey talks enhanced focus on “healthcare extenders”

McCann Health’s Carey talks enhanced focus on “healthcare extenders”

Newly promoted global president, expert audiences Sandra Carey notes the increased importance of nurses, PAs and others in the COVID

McDonald's says sorry for exploiting childhood bereavement

McDonald's says sorry for exploiting childhood bereavement

A UK commercial angers viewers by suggesting a Filet-O-Fish can soothe the pain of a lost father.

On the chopping block again: Planned Parenthood steps up comms amid defund debate

On the chopping block again: Planned Parenthood steps up comms amid defund debate

"Defund Planned Parenthood" is a common rallying cry in Washington, DC, in the early months of the Trump administration. How

What should United Airlines do next? 6 crisis experts weigh in

What should United Airlines do next? 6 crisis experts weigh in

Can United bounce back and fix its reputation? Here's what six experts said.

United's thrashing of an Asian customer ignites fury in China

United's thrashing of an Asian customer ignites fury in China

APAC consumers are unlikely to forget the manhandling of a passenger of Vietnamese descent anytime soon.

Inside United's social media response to #LeggingsGate

Inside United's social media response to #LeggingsGate

United Airlines MD of global communications Megan McCarthy says the carrier should have taken a more thoughtful approach to responding

Was it the Hamburglar? McDonald's says account was hacked after anti-Trump tweet

Was it the Hamburglar? McDonald's says account was hacked after anti-Trump tweet

The fast-food chain said it wasn't behind a tweet posted and pinned on Thursday morning mocking the president's "tiny hands."

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