Forty-two percent of American adults are getting their news through Facebook several times a day, compared to 20 percent who rely on traditional news sources.
According to the World Economic Forum 2016 Future of Jobs report, a staggering 65 percent of children entering primary school today will ultimately work in a new career that does not currently exist.
Top five things to remember during your summer internship.
Family involvement in the Trump administration, such as Ivanka Trump’s role at the G20 Summit and Jared Kushner’s political influence, have placed family businesses in a new spotlight.
We are entering an era when you can look into someone’s shopping cart and ascertain his or her ideological positions based on the brands you see there.
Last weekend, an assembly election for Tokyo’s Metropolitan Government resulted in a sweeping victory for populist Governor Yuriko Koike’s Tomin First no Kai, or “Tokyo Citizens First” Party.
How individuals, brands and media companies have responded to the shifting sands of consumer trust, and more importantly, how those course-corrections have unearthed new ways for communicators to earn consumer trust back.
After three-and-a-half days of viewing, discussing, re-viewing, and debating, Catriona Muspratt-Williams shares key learnings and experiences of being a judge at Cannes this year.
My time on the Cannes Lions Festival PR Jury this year was everything I thought it would be, and more.