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Watch: APCO Worldwide celebrates Pride month with staff tales

Watch: APCO Worldwide celebrates Pride month with staff tales

APCO employees around the world have come together to show their support for colleagues and highlight the firm's commitment to diversity.

Seismic shock for UK PR as country votes out but practitioners highlight opportunities to help clients adapt

Seismic shock for UK PR as country votes out but practitioners highlight opportunities to help clients adapt

As the UK awoke to the news that Britain had voted to leave the EU by a margin of 52 per cent to 48 per cent and that Prime Minister David Cameron will leave office in the autumn, UK PR firms told PRWeek what they think the implications are for their businesses and their clients.

New trend sees corporate comms chiefs seeking to run the company

New trend sees corporate comms chiefs seeking to run the company

A fifth of corporate affairs specialists are considering the transition to chief executive jobs and comms plays an increasingly important role in general management, a new report says.

Cannes entries show that PR has some big ideas and even bigger balls

Cannes entries show that PR has some big ideas and even bigger balls

Hello from the midway point of jury duty at Cannes - we've seen pretty much everything we're here to judge, but we're yet to get to the pointy end of shortlist and silverware selection.

Inspiring creativity within PR campaigns

Inspiring creativity within PR campaigns

A recent study revealed that the public relations industry is finally, after years of oversight, embracing creativity as a central driving force, with 88 per cent of PR practitioners citing it as fundamental to what they do.

PRCA Census 2016: How do PR professionals spend their time?

PRCA Census 2016: How do PR professionals spend their time?

Part five of the PRCA's 2016 Census reveals that digital and social media work has massively increased, while other traditional PR tasks appear to be on the wane.

The people will judge my reputation, Sir Philip Green tells select committee

The people will judge my reputation, Sir Philip Green tells select committee

"I can't be judge and jury," Arcadia boss Sir Philip Green told MPs, when asked yesterday whether a gruelling six-hour select committee hearing had enhanced or detracted from his personal reputation as a businessman.

PRCA Census 2016: Regional variations emerge in pay, gender and ethnicity

PRCA Census 2016: Regional variations emerge in pay, gender and ethnicity

Part three of the PRCA's 2016 Census looks at regional variations, with the South East showing the highest pay levels and the most diversity.

Budd calls full-time at FA after netting top PR job at Crystal Palace

Budd calls full-time at FA after netting top PR job at Crystal Palace

Joanne Budd has been appointed head of PR and media relations at Crystal Palace Football Club.

A bad publicity stunt is memorable for all the wrong reasons

A bad publicity stunt is memorable for all the wrong reasons

Did you hear the one about the J├Ągermeister pool party in Mexico where the organisers poured dry ice into the packed pool to create a great picture?