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Nasdaq to acquire Marketwired

Nasdaq to acquire Marketwired

Nasdaq said Friday morning that the deal, subject to customary approvals, will make it a global leader in news release distribution.

Interpublic's CMG unit reports 6.5% revenue jump in Q4

Interpublic's CMG unit reports 6.5% revenue jump in Q4

The group contains Weber Shandwick and Golin, as well as other agencies such as Jack Morton and Octagon. Weber CEO Andy Polansky said the PR firms registered high-single-digit organic growth for the year and Q4.

Tim Spanton: The Sun's Captain Crunch to leave newspaper at end of month

Tim Spanton: The Sun's Captain Crunch to leave newspaper at end of month

Tim Spanton, a features writer on The Sun perhaps best known as money-saving expert Captain Crunch, will leave the paper at the end of February, PRWeek has learned.

Government will name and shame companies that fail to address gender pay gap

Government will name and shame companies that fail to address gender pay gap

From 2018, companies with more than 250 employees that fail to address the gender pay gap will be highlighted in league tables as part of equality measures announced by the Government.

Liverpool fans delivered a textbook political stunt in response to a tick-box consultation

Liverpool fans delivered a textbook political stunt in response to a tick-box consultation

When Liverpool fans walked out in the 77th minute against Sunderland, it was a textbook political stunt, highlighting just how well-organised their grassroots campaign was.

Flack on Friday: FT & Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Golin, Ketchum, Premier League

Flack on Friday: FT & Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Golin, Ketchum, Premier League

In Flack this week: more on the US/UK PR cultural divide, the FT's Kellaway on changing times in hack/flack relations, Premier League rebranding almost goes into extra time, and Propeller ratchets up action on 'spin'.

Google told by MPs in tax session: 'This is staining your reputation'

Google told by MPs in tax session: 'This is staining your reputation'

Google EMEA president Matt Brittin faced repeated criticism from MPs on the Commons Public Accounts Committee yesterday morning when he was quizzed, alongside Google vice-president of finance Tom Hutchinson, about the internet giant's £130m settlement in UK back taxes over ten years.

In brief: Speyside goes to Iran, Kazoo nets Young's Seafood, plus Burson, Threepipe

In brief: Speyside goes to Iran, Kazoo nets Young's Seafood, plus Burson, Threepipe

Speyside launches Inside Iran, Kazoo nets Young's Seafood, Burson's Chris Cartwright heads to Farner and more from PRWeek UK.

International Expansion: Hanover flexes its muscles in Brussels

International Expansion: Hanover flexes its muscles in Brussels

PRWeek UK talks to the British agencies taking on the world: The agency has had plenty of success in the heart of Europe over the last five years with clients including Nike, BlackBerry and Siemens.

International Expansion: PR firms must do the groundwork to achieve overseas success

International Expansion: PR firms must do the groundwork to achieve overseas success

International expansion can be lucrative and rewarding, but you need to do some serious research and find the right team to make it work.

Showcase: Speed Communications gives a shot in the arm to coffee project Change Please

Showcase: Speed Communications gives a shot in the arm to coffee project Change Please

Speed Communications helped a joint venture to empower homeless people to earn a living wage by selling coffee.

Text100 names James Beechinor-Collins chief digital officer amid restructure

Text100 names James Beechinor-Collins chief digital officer amid restructure

Beechinor-Collins had served as an EVP at Text100 since it acquired content marketing agency Republic Publishing in 2014.

MSLGroup EMEA chief Anders Kempe steps down but retains advisory role

Anders Kempe has left Publicis Groupe after nine years as president of EMEA for MSLGroup, with the firm's chief executive saying it was unrelated to the recent restructuring of Publicis.

New press regulator powers and 'tightrope walk' welcomed by PRCA

New press regulator powers and 'tightrope walk' welcomed by PRCA

The PRCA has welcomed the increased powers awarded to press regulator the Independent Press Standards Organisation.

US PR pros more 'polished and professionalised' than UK counterparts, says Golin's Matt Neale

US PR pros more 'polished and professionalised' than UK counterparts, says Golin's Matt Neale

PR professionals in the US are generally more "polished" and "professionalised" - and continue to work as executives at an older age than their UK counterparts - says Golin's Matt Neale, a Briton who now helps run the agency's New York office.

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