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White House shows little love for press corps, study shows

White House shows little love for press corps, study shows

The gap between the president and press is the largest it's been in 50 years, according to the report.

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Just how satisfied are comms employees?

Just how satisfied are comms employees?

Survey respondents detailed their satisfaction with their organizations and the industry at large.

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Six perks students want from their first PR jobs

Six perks students want from their first PR jobs

What is important to the industry leaders of tomorrow? Six PR students from across the US shared their thoughts.

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The US regions with the biggest spikes in PR salaries

The US regions with the biggest spikes in PR salaries

Three regions in particular saw notable spikes in median salary.

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How to close the gender pay gap in PR

How to close the gender pay gap in PR

The 2015 Salary Survey reveals a continuing discrepancy between male and female salaries in the PR industry.

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It's official: PR agencies can win media accounts

It's official: PR agencies can win media accounts

The shift away from big-budget media buying on broadcast and in print is just one example of the opening up of a world of new integrated opportunities for PR firms.

Who real-timed #TheDress best - Lego, Pizza Hut, or Denny's?

Who real-timed #TheDress best - Lego, Pizza Hut, or Denny's?

The issue of our time: is #TheDress blue and black or white and gold?

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Jay Carney to join Amazon in role overseeing PR, public policy: Politico

Jay Carney to join Amazon in role overseeing PR, public policy: Politico

The online retail giant will place both departments under the former White House press secretary.

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Biggest PR issue of our time could be battle against online extremists

Biggest PR issue of our time could be battle against online extremists

ISIL has got a head start on the West and used sophisticated modern social media and comms techniques to do so.

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CMOs foresee budget, engagement challenges

CMOs foresee budget, engagement challenges

The Economist Intelligence Unit asked CMOs to predict the future.

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