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Advertising giant WPP is set to announce its full-year earnings next week. Thomas Singlehurst, head of European media equity research at Citi, discusses what to expect.
A new poll by Harris Interactive says upstate New York grocery chain Wegmans has the best reputation among 100 of the most well-known U.S. companies. CNBC's Landon Dowdy reports.
Every year, first-time advertisers gamble millions in hopes of scoring big on game day and long afterward, but many come up short.
The NFL is flourishing despite a series of mishaps that would have wreaked havoc on many organizations that lacked its brand strength.
The public are less trustworthy of CEOs' and everyone, according to Edelman's trust barometer. Richard Edelman, CEO of Edelman explains further.
It may be a new year but Wall Street still has a really big problem, says Thomas Robinson of the CFA Institute.
One newsman's plea to Corporate America to please, for the love of news, pick one name and stick to it!
Discussing the responsibility of NFL sponsors amid domestic violence scandals facing the league, with Jim Stengel, former global marketing officer at Procter & Gamble.
Former NFL wide receiver Phil McConkey, discusses the great responsibility on the NFL right now to handle its image appropriately.
Think you've seen it all? Check out this PR pitch, attempting to bribe a journalist to mention clients.
Abercrombie is trying to revamp its image after its CEO stirred controversy by saying the company's clothes were made for cool kids, not fat people.
Lululemon is trying to clean up its public relations issues. CNBC retail analyst Stacey Widlitz, discusses Lululemon's mixed Q4 earnings data, and the challenges facing the company.
It's rare that Hollywood can teach Corporate America something but in the case of "House of Cards," there are some great lessons for CEOs in managing the media.
Boeing faces a short term public-relations battle after a string of problems with its new 787 Dreamliner jet, but experts suggest that, so far, the glitches don't appear to be anything out of the ordinary for a new and highly complex aircraft.
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The genesis of social media, and the initial excitement, was that it created an online forum for raw, immediate, visceral expression. However, it is counterintuitive for these marketing executives to think they can channel that spontaneity into their well thought out, focus-group tested, messaging campaigns.
It pays to be young. but if you want to convey reliability, wisdom or gravitas, people over age 50 have the edge. See the new careers for workers over 50.
CNBC.com spoke with experts in tech, human resources, and finance to determine which professions are best for workers over 40.
Midtown Row, which launched only a couple of weeks ago, devised an ingenious PR campaign that supports what they do: Offering In-N-Out burgers, shipped frozen to your door, reports CNBC's Darren Rovell.
Facebook has layered its executive, legal, policy and communications ranks with high-powered politicos from both parties, beefing up its firepower for future battles in Washington and beyond., and is looking to add more, reports the New York Times reports.