Virgin Money has become the second FTI Consulting client within two weeks to delay or cancel its planned stockmarket flotation amid nervousness about the world economy.
The Italian oil and gas company ENI, as well as Shell and BP, have topped a list of more than 50 companies in the oil and gas sector for the quality of their online presence, new research has found.
Sister agencies Thirteen and Newgate have won the PR account for the £3.5bn mixed-use development planned for Silvertown in London's Docklands.
Bell Pottinger has handed its group MD David Wilson additional responsibility as chairman of its consumer practice and promoted its corporate and brand MD Kevin Read, among a raft of moves.
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Andy Walker has been appointed as senior comms manager for the England men's football team.
The PR industry gathered at an exclusive awards night at Grosvenor House to celebrate the best people, agencies and campaigns of 2014. Here's the full list of winners.
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The winners of this year's PRWeek Awards will be revealed at London's Grosvenor House Hotel tonight, so here's a final reminder of who's up for a gong.
Four-year-old US agency Method and newly launched UK agency UP Communications are making their first moves outside their home countries with a partnership agreement.
League Two football club Oxford United has brought in Simon Kelner's PR firm Seven Dials to build its profile following a change in ownership.
Brands2Life has promoted practice directors Adele McIntosh and André Labadie to its executive board.
After a trial period that saw all three press offices for the royal family merge under one roof at Buckingham Palace, the press team for Prince Charles and Camilla is to move back to Clarence House.
PrettyGreen has launched a sister agency, Pretty Black&White, that aims to provide senior counsel to help brands solve strategic and creative challenges.
The parent company of Grayling and Red is now looking for a chairman as well as a chief executive after the sudden exit of Lord Myners after six months.
Blue Rubicon group agencies Surname & Surname and Open Road have won a 12-month retained brief covering consumer, corporate PR and public affairs for a marine industry trade body.
Each month PRWeek will look at how the climate change message is progressing through what actions firms are taking and how ordinary people feel about it.
As party conference season comes to a close, and with each political party having failed to truly capture the mood of voters, politicians seem to have an uphill struggle to win people over in time for the 2015 election.
Danny Rogers finds the Tory peer and founder of Bell Pottinger in reflective mood as he discusses his newly-published memoir 'Right or Wrong'.
The world's most successful marketing services entrepreneur and self-styled 'bean counter' talks to Danny Rogers about the new wave of integration and why comms finally deserves to be at the centre of things.
Ask the ebullient former CEO of Sainsbury's what he really thinks about PR and he refuses to answer. "I reject the premise of your question," he says, "because there's an inherent negativity to it."
Sainsbury's, like every other supermarket in the high street, is engaged in a fierce battle to the death with its rivals.
PR teams do their best work when they have buy-in from senior management, says Muckle Media director Nathalie Agnew.
Lisa Day and her mentor on the PRWeek Mentoring Project, Christine Johnson, discuss how women in comms can let lack of confidence hold them back.
Being authentic means sometimes ignoring the directive of your boss, says Mary Whenman, MD, corporate, financial and PA at Weber Shandwick.
Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson has penned a blog titled 'Why we're letting Virgin staff take as much holiday as they want'.
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MHP's Elisabeth Field is to join Eulogy to replace MD Lara Leventhal, who is leaving the agency after 14 years to take the role of deputy MD at Ogilvy PR next month.
Capital Market Communications (Camarco) has appointed Citigate Dewe Rogerson's Ginny Pulbrook as a partner.
Simon Sproule is leaving Tesla after a six-month stint as VP of communications and marketing to become Aston Martin's chief marketing officer.
Apple has tapped Steve Dowling as interim PR head, following the departure earlier this year of communications chief Katie Cotton.
Lansons has hired Tom Baldock to the newly created director of financial comms role to further strengthen the agency's City and corporate offering.
The Tory Party has moved to hire the Transport Secretary's special adviser Ben Mascall as deputy director of communications to replace Tim Collins, who is joining the housebuilder Barratt.
MSLGroup has promoted Jason Frank and James Parsons from their respective roles as chief marketing officer and chief operating officer to replace Jeremy Sice as joint CEOs.