Maurice Lévy, the chief executive of MSLGroup parent company Publicis Groupe, has described the company's weak first-half revenue growth as "not satisfactory by our standards".
The Copyright Licensing Agency, which covers UK business magazine clippings, has sidestepped an invitation by the PRCA to the CLA board to explain its "confusing and unjustified" new licence to its members.
Victoria Bacon, the head of comms at the Association of British Travel Agents, is joining London First in October, replacing Rob McIvor as director of comms.
Weber Shandwick has appointed Murray Cox to head up its content creation, production and distribution offering Mediaco in the UK and Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Peter Cross, the director of communications at John Lewis, has been suspended from his post, PRWeek understands.
Mario Ambrosi and Simon Francis have been appointed as chairman and vice-chairman respectively of the PRCA's not-for-profit and charity group.
Ovo Energy is expanding its external relations team with a series of new appointments, including Guy Newey, head of the energy and environment practice at centre-right think-tank Policy Exchange.
Tesco-backed movie and TV streaming, music and ebook service Blinkbox has appointed Up Communications to support a new focus on corporate comms.
With under three months to go before the PRWeek Awards winners are revealed at London's Grosvenor House Hotel on 14 October, the shortlisted entries are revealed today.
Public affairs agency Riverside Communications has hired the former managing director of Foresight Communications, Mark Adams, as senior counsel.
Singapore Airlines issues an apology over an update that was seen by many as being 'insensitive' to the victims of MH17
A team from UK PR agency Perowne Charles Communications (PCC) is in Amsterdam to assist Malaysia Airlines with communications around the MH17 disaster, PRWeek understands.
Porter Novelli has promoted Fenella Grey to managing director of its UK office.
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The World Health Organization has paid tribute to one of its media officers, Glenn Thomas, who was among those killed yesterday on Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in Ukraine.
Kreab Gavin Anderson, the financial PR specialist, is handling corporate and financial PR for GTS Chemical Holdings as it prepares to float on AIM.
The airline's decision to go to social media first with what little information it had is a sign of the times and an "appropriate" tactic, say crisis comms experts.
Initial reaction to yesterday's extensive Cabinet reshuffle suggests that the promotion of women did not resonate with the public as much as the Conservatives might have hoped.
The Vatican, an institution not best known for its culture of openness, has announced the formation of an 11-strong committee to be led by Chris Patten that will oversee the modernisation of its communications.
A new study of 500 UK businesses has revealed the extent to which social media are viewed as a "ticking time bomb", with three-quarters of firms flagging up negative content as their biggest single problem online.
Freuds, one of the great survivors of government budget cuts, is having to fight to keep hold of public health communications work that has earned it at least £700,000 in recent months.
Walmart's comms team lives by the mantra "no free shots." So when it read an op-ed in The New York Times it felt was unfair, the retailer punched back in a unique way.
Describing David Cameron as "bumbling" and Craig Oliver as "just clueless" seems to be in character for a man whom people describe as a "tribal" operator.
Americans' news-consumption habits are changing quickly, and with them, so is the job of White House press secretary.
The future of the Internet hangs in the balance due to an ongoing battle between telecoms giants and the technology industry - and each side is taking a very different approach to telling their story.
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Four in ten agencies may change teams between pitching for a brief and working on it, a new study has found.
Global real estate powerhouse CBRE is reviewing its 14-year-old relationship with FTI Consulting for PR across EMEA and the UK.
The NHS is considering creating an additional comms roster as the service continues to shift in the wake of last year's structural reforms.
Global banking giant HSBC has kicked off a review of its UK public affairs agency requirements, which have been handled by Quiller since 2009.
After a Malaysia Airlines passenger plane was reportedly shot down by a surface-to-air missile in Ukraine near the Russian border on Thursday, the airline went straight to Twitter and Facebook to communicate with the public about the situation.
Hill+Knowlton Strategies has won out in the pitch for Visa Europe's region-wide strategic comms work.
Huntsworth, the holding company for Grayling, Citigate and Red, has warned investors that its first-half profits will be below expectations.
The company that built the first super computer at NASA has appointed Atomic PR to drive awareness of its expertise in developing the world's most powerful computers.
Animal protection charity PETA is targeting tourists and other festivalgoers with a 100-strong protest tomorrow ahead of the Running of the Bulls at the San Fermín festival in Pamplona.