Twitter has set out an "aggressive" new stance to its rules around inappropriate content on the social media network.
Brands keep coming back for more, albeit with additional fine print.
In brief: Burson veteran Galbraith launches boldT, Lotus goes Dutch, Fipra brings in Lexington and Angry Birds PR boss
Burson veteran Galbraith launches boldT, Lotus rides high with Efteling, Fipra brings in Lexington and Angry Birds PR boss, and more from PRWeek UK.
Flack on Friday: Bell Pott's Downfall treatment, Hillgrove haters, Awards outfits, worst campaign ever?
In Flack this week: Bell Pottinger in Hitler's bunker, WPP gun lobby claims his target, eighties Awards apparel, Manifest's new 'signings' video.
San Miguel's Rich List returns with tales of epic treehouses, urban beekeeping and origami architecture
San Miguel is once again championing alternative definitions of wealth with its second annual "Rich list" supplement and campaign.
The actor turned activist Michael Sheen is again helping Social Enterprise UK (SEUK) shine a light on the tens of thousands of purpose-driven businesses of all types across the UK, with the trade body's annual Social Saturday taking place tomorrow (14 October).
Virgin Media and disability charity Scope have launched the Work With Me campaign designed to get one million disabled people into work by 2020.
Since being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at the age of eight, I have always been hyper-aware of how it differentiated me from my peers.
Portland gets Equifax crisis brief, Bell Pott leaver to Hudson Sandler, Wang switches to TV firm
Philip Peck, one of the Bell Pottinger staffers who worked on its infamous Oakbay account, has been hired by Sans Frontières Associates, PRWeek has learned.
Nick Williams, former head of public affairs at FleishmanHillard, has been promoted to chief client officer at Burson-Marsteller UK.
CYBG, the owner of Clydesdale Bank and Yorkshire Bank, has hired Powerscourt and Hanover for comms and public affairs briefs following the collapse of incumbent Bell Pottinger.
After her wooden, some might say robotic, performances during the General Election, Theresa May's supporters were willing her to show her authentic self in the leader's speech at the Conservative Party Conference last week.
The way things are going, 2017 could be remembered in the marcoms world as the year of the catastrophic, facepalm-inducing campaign. What role can PR play in stopping such disasters slipping through the net?
Eddie Stobart hires Nelson Bostock to steer iconic lorry firm's 'transforming beyond trucking' story
Haulage business Eddie Stobart has appointed Nelson Bostock as its corporate PR agency in the UK, following a competitive pitch.
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H+K launches 'Better Impact' offer to help businesses in an era of transparency that calls for brand reflection to improve impact on people and the planet
Only two business stories are noticed by more than 10% of the population in September: Ryanair's cancellation of thousands of flights over the next six months and TfL's refusal to renew Uber's license in London...
Brands must find new ways to connect with consumers - and learn to love disruption
Jess Walsh, MD of health and wellness at Hill+Knowlton London and former patient advocate, thinks it's time to consider how creativity can help increase compassion...
At its core, traditional brand positioning is a flawed construct - to have cut-through of true value you need to keep moving and stay nimble.
What does your listening face look like? FleishmanHillard Fishburn's new brand campaign shines a light on the business value of really listening to others.
As a settlement is agreed in the long-running pensions crisis at Tata Steel, what does the deal mean for those it affects?
This month we look at two companies that, in the eyes of their critics, have failed to take sufficient notice of values commonly held by the public.
From online shopping and management of personal finances through to business and government operations, we are all using technology on a daily basis - but how much about its safety do we actually know?