In a much-anticipated report sparked by the 'News of the World' phone hacking scandal, Judge Brian Leveson said the British press should be regulated by an independent group supported by law, with the power to fine.
Forget the holiday office party; 73% of employees would rather get a Christmas bonus.
China''s 'People's Daily' falls for a fake story crafted by 'The Onion' naming North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un as the sexiest man alive.
The Saudi Arabian government's electronic system that notifies men when a spouse or daughter leaves the country has reportedly existed since 2010 but only alerted Saudi men who opted for the service. Now the text messages are unsolicited.
Internal Communication’s rising stars were recognised this week by the IoIC '30 under 30' initiative.
Campaigners have reacted angrily to Facebook’s announcement to remove users’ ability to vote for privacy changes.
Google has asked people to voice their opinions against the forthcoming UN conference that could jeopardise the "free and open internet".
The gender pay gap for full-time workers in the UK has fallen below 10% for the first time in 15 years since comparable records began says ONS.
Following the latest gaff by UK Singer Susan Boyle’s PR team, The Guardian have collected some of the worst hashtags.