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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.

Publicis Q4 'better than expected' with full-year organic revenue up 1.5 per cent

Publicis Q4 'better than expected' with full-year organic revenue up 1.5 per cent

MSLGroup parent company Publicis saw organic revenue growth accelerate to 2.8 per cent in a "better than expected" fourth quarter of 2015, leaving organic growth across the full year at 1.5 per cent.

Jaguar Land Rover hires global PR head from The Brooklyn Brothers

Jaguar Land Rover hires global PR head from The Brooklyn Brothers

Jaguar Land Rover has recruited Laura Wood, partner at The Brooklyn Brothers, to be its first head of global PR, brand and partnerships.

International Expansion: John Doe takes on the city that never sleeps

International Expansion: John Doe takes on the city that never sleeps

PRWeek UK talks to the British agencies taking on the world: Business is booming in the New York office with 148 per cent year-on-year growth and a high-profile client roster.

International Expansion: Fourth Day goes old school with Casablanca expansion

International Expansion: Fourth Day goes old school with Casablanca expansion

It took two years to set up an office in Morocco. Find out why Fourth Day chose the iconic location.

Facebook distances itself from board member's India colonialism comments

Facebook distances itself from board member's India colonialism comments

Company investor Marc Andreessen issues apology on Twitter over remarks Mark Zuckerberg called "deeply upsetting"

McDonald's: Our food does rot, just ask the scientists

McDonald's: Our food does rot, just ask the scientists

The chain is referring reporters to food-science experts about claims made on social media that its Happy Meals do not rot, even over a period of more than five years.

IPO filing reveals how Cannes Lions makes $59m in annual revenue

IPO filing reveals how Cannes Lions makes $59m in annual revenue

Constant expansion and a "self-reinforcing business model" fuel growth of adland's most prestigious - and expensive - awards show.

Twitter reorganises timeline promising brands: 'The best content shines through'

Twitter reorganises timeline promising brands: 'The best content shines through'

Twitter has announced the launch of "an improved timeline to help people see tweets that are important to them" - but it will initially be optional rather than universal, as had been reported by media and feared by some users.

The communications goals and strategies of Black Lives Matter

The communications goals and strategies of Black Lives Matter

Shanelle Matthews, lead communications strategist for Black Lives Matter, tells Dipka Bhambhani about driving conversations from the 'hood to the White House.

WE's EMEA head Chris Talago to depart in May

WE's EMEA head Chris Talago to depart in May

Chris Talago, the EMEA general manager of global agency WE, will leave the agency in May.

PMQs Twitter round-up: Housing, Daesh and Scotland

PMQs Twitter round-up: Housing, Daesh and Scotland

Sporting a '[heart] unions' badge, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn used his questions to the Prime Minister to explore the issue of housing but did not refer to the junior doctors' strike at all, leaving several commentators scratching their heads.

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