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Ahead of Inauguration, consumers seek bipartisanship from brands and CEOs

Ahead of Inauguration, consumers seek bipartisanship from brands and CEOs

A poll conducted by Golin shows people want to hear unifying messages from companies and leadership.

Corporate and tech companies distance themselves from Trump

Corporate and tech companies distance themselves from Trump

The response follows the U.S. Capitol riot.

How should brands handle comms during the coronavirus crisis?

How should brands handle comms during the coronavirus crisis?

SOUNDING BOARD: Amid region-wide panic and business shutdowns, PR heads weigh in on how brands should communicate their messages effectively.

100 days of Spicer

100 days of Spicer

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's first 100 days in the job have been riddled with crises--both serious and silly.

Twitter sues US gov't to protect anti-Trump account identity

Twitter sues US gov't to protect anti-Trump account identity

The network is fighting a summons to reveal the identity behind @ALT_USCIS.

Sorrell: Trump presidency is good news for global economy

Sorrell: Trump presidency is good news for global economy

Sir Martin Sorrell believes Donald Trump's presidency is "good news" for the world economy, and has criticized Barack Obama for

Marketers need to turn up the volume on the ACA debate

Marketers need to turn up the volume on the ACA debate

We can't easily influence or apply new rules, but we can work with our client partners throughout the healthcare ecosystem

Impasse with government puts brakes on Uber in Taiwan

Impasse with government puts brakes on Uber in Taiwan

The company will halt its Taiwan service as of Feb. 10.

'A crack in American values': Middle East agency leaders respond to Trump immigration ban

'A crack in American values': Middle East agency leaders respond to Trump immigration ban

Four strongly worded essays decry the state of US politics and the silence of the American communications industry.

Holding company chiefs speak out against Trump immigration ban

Holding company chiefs speak out against Trump immigration ban

John Wren, Michael Roth and Martin Sorrell vow to protect their workers from executive order restricting immigration from seven countries.

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