Nissan has appointed Edelman to help modernise the Japanese car manufacturer's global comms function and support its growth strategy.
Michelle Di Leo is leaving FleishmanHillard Fishburn to join iNHouse Communications, the agency co-founded by Theresa May's former comms chief, with Fleishman announcing a hire and a promotion to shore up its corporate team.
Banking group CYBG has launched its "financial innovation lab" on High Street Kensington this morning and is giving people the chance to win rent-free accomodation in a penthouse for a year as part of a Bell Pottinger-led push to appeal to a millennial audience.
The PRCA and PRWeek have launched a joint survey to look into attitudes towards mental health in the PR and comms industry.
MSLGroup is to combine its CNC and JKL agencies into one entity as part of a move by the Publicis-owned PR group to further align its operations.
John Timothy, who has been leading Tesco's response to Brexit as head of EU and international government relations, will join the Portman Group in June.
Three experts weigh in on what American Airlines has done right, and what it still needs to do, in response to a clash between an employee and a passenger.
Medical research charity Wellcome Trust has begun an #ExpertDebate, a four-week campaign looking at whether a pushback in society against the views of proclaimed experts might be hindering the environment for research.
Netherlands-based global bank Rabobank has replaced MHP with Citypress for its European wholesale banking brief following a competitive pitch.
PR firms should encourage staff to be involved in the general election campaign because it is "a great way to develop skills" - with one public affairs professional arguing that firms should not hide behind laws under which this may sometimes count as a political donation.
MHP Communications has opened an office in Singapore to meet what it says is a growing client need in South East Asia.
PR firms should 'go all in' to embrace election opportunities - but also be wary of blips in business
Theresa May's decision to hold a snap general election presents a "huge opportunity" for creative work by consumer PR agencies and their clients - but may also present some with the prospect of a temporary blip, according to agency professionals.
Brunswick is opening its fifth US office in Chicago, led by New York partner Jayne Rosefield with Edelman alumnus Christopher Hannegan.
International PR agency Kreab has been accused of establishing a think-tank to publish "fake news" about Ronald Lauder, heir to the Estée Lauder cosmetics business.
Bell Pottinger ceases work with South Africa's Gupta family citing personal abuse and 'unfounded attacks'
Bell Pottinger has ceased working with South African conglomerate Oakbay citing a "threatening" social media campaign and "insulting" allegations that the firm had incited racial tension in the country.
Rod Cartwright, who has lead Ketchum's global corporate practice from its London office for nearly six years, is leaving the firm next month.
It was a tough choice between the United Airways fiasco and the Pepsi 'protest ad' debacle featuring Kendall Jenner for April's Flop of Month, but the airline edged it.
We've witnessed the rise of citizen journalism. We've heard about the wisdom of crowds. And lately, of course, we've been introduced to the scourge of "fake news".
The days when PR effort was simply measured by weight of media coverage and spurious and meaningless metrics are almost gone.
There's a 'national day' for almost everything, and 10 April didn't disappoint, offering a celebration for siblings, cinnamon crescents and farmyard animals.
When the number of something increases, it typically follows that the value decreases.
Step aside Jesus - the Easter bunny is in town!
In his first television interview since passenger David Dao's removal from a Sunday flight, the United Airlines CEO again said he felt "shame" about the incident.
Whatever United Airlines is going through, it's not a crisis. Just because you've drafted a holding statement about something doesn't make it a crisis.
The airline's communications response to Flight 3411 so far is tone deaf and is doing nothing to resolve the situation.
On the morning of 7 May 1937, engineers standing around the still-smoldering wreckage of the LZ 129 Hindenburg had a moment of quiet reflection.
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Powell leaves Ogilvy for Fourtold, PLMR acquires Mango Marketing, LV= brings in Kindred for purpose, Clarion wins Electrolux and more from PRWeek UK.
The b2b travel tech firm Travelport has appointed Julian Eccles, who has led comms for Sky, the Football Association and Ofcom in previous roles, as VP of PR and corporate communications.
In brief: Black Diamond wins Catalan tourism brief, Brazen to brew coffee campaign, Beattie hires from B&Q
Catalan tourism brief for Black Diamond, Brazen to brew coffee campaign, Beattie bags B&Q manager and more from PRWeek UK.
Oliver Pauley has resigned from Portland and is to set up his own agency, PRWeek has learned.
Church of England comms director Arun Arora has stepped down to become a vicar again - and has told PRWeek that seeing the church make a major investment in digital comms was a key moment in his tenure.
In brief: Climate NGO hires comms directors, asset manager grabs Peregrine, wins for Well Hello and Fever
Climate NGO appoints comms directors, RAM grabs Peregrine for PR, Condom firm gets in on with Well Hello and more from PRWeek UK.
Choose Chicago chooses Charles' agency, Camelot's Pearson moves to Lottoland, Tangerine wins Garmin work and more from PRWeek UK.