Jeremy Corbyn has been mentioned on social media more than his three rival candidates for the Labour party leadership, and is the only one of the quartet enjoying positive sentiment overall.
PRWeek readers have spoken, and they say that Burger King came out best from its McWhopper PR stunt for International Day of Peace.
Williams & Glyn will be separated from RBS next year, prompting the new high street bank to appoint PR representation, PRWeek has learned.
BuzzFeed has secured its first global advertising deal with GroupM, the global media planning and buying arm of WPP.
London Zoo's annual weigh-in, which took place on Wednesday, plays a crucial role in the organisation's work but is also a good PR opportunity for the zoo, as a member of its press team explains.
Huntsworth has announced a impairment of £48.8m ($75.3m) on Grayling and Citigate this morning, following another challenging trading period with pre-tax profits falling almost one third from £7.7m to £5.3m in the first half of 2015.
Multitude Media handles The Janoskians; Tess Mion to join Rain as campaign director; Standard Chartered picks Threepipe for girls' skills campaign and more from PRWeek UK.
Havas saw net income rise 27.6 per cent to €77m (£56.2m, $86.6m) in the first half of 2015, with the performance of the PR business "consistent with or better than" that of the company overall.
Up Communications is to merge with Home Office PR (HOPR), in a move that will see Up CEO Stuart Jackson step back from day-to-day operations of the agency.
Law firms with the biggest revenue do not necessarily have the highest media profile, according to a study.
Four Communications Group has bought financial PR agency Broadgate Mainland, its first acquisition since receiving a £10m investment from the Business Growth Fund.
Yesterday it was National Dog Day, today burgers take centre stage. Here's how brands took advantage across social media.
Expedia is on the hunt for a new agency to represent it in the UK, replacing incumbent FleishmanHillard to deliver a consumer-focused brief.
The Met Office head of comms says she will emphasise the broader role the weather forecasting agency plays in UK life after the well-publicised loss of its BBC contract - but says there is no need for a major overhaul of its PR strategy.
PRWeek has learned that beleaguered Kids Company founder Camila Batmanghelidjh has asked 6 Hillgrove for media advice to help rescue her reputation following the collapse of the charity earlier this month.
Betting firms Paddy Power and Betfair will keep their individual brands if the £5bn merger deal of the two companies goes ahead.
Heineken has launched its Rugby World Cup campaign by transforming Somerset House in London into a 'virtual' rugby stadium.
Burger King grabbed media attention across the world yesterday when it held out a supposed olive branch to McDonald's ahead of next month's International Day of Peace - but did McDonald's win the day with its pithy response?
Manifest London hired to increase Sugru awareness and sales; We Are Social US founder departs; Inspiresport appoints Lotus UK to support global expansion and more from PRWeek UK.
The BBC has defended an experiment it carried out to see whether people wanted the corporation to be axed, after Conservative and UKIP MPs branded it as a "pointless PR stunt" and a "cheap propaganda charade" in the Daily Mail.
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TaxPayers' Alliance campaign director Andy Silvester - one of the PRWeek 30 Under 30 for 2015 - will return to the Institute of Directors on 9 September as its head of campaigns.
In brief: Fila hires Three Halves, Udemy appoints CubanEight, Italy's SEC acquires Germany's Kohl, Aspectus, BRANDstand
Fila hires Three Halves to lead UK digital comms; Udemy appoints CubanEight for UK PR brief; Italy's SEC acquires Germany's Kohl PR and more from PRWeek UK.
In brief: Hozelock appoints The Ideas Network, The Cult PR gets street food deal, Bottle hires editor
Hozelock brings in The Ideas Network on year-long contract; Street food firm Magicgoal hires The Cult PR; Bottle appoints Liz Beswick as editor and more from PRWeek UK.
Tesco group media relations director Tom Hoskin is to leave his role to join Barclays in the new position of MD for group media relations.
Alistair McLean, the co-founder of Edinburgh-based agency Acumen PR, will retire at the end of September, leaving the other founding director Kevin Dorrian in sole charge of the business.
Shareholders of Chime Communications are to vote on the proposed £374m acquisition of the firm by a consortium of WPP and Providence on 14 September, with the acquisition expected to be completed in the following month.
Made in Chelsea's Jamie Laing hires Frank PR for candy brand; Crest Nicholson hires Red; Nick Darken moves into Albion Drive creative directorship; Gretchen Huestis moves from London to launch Ketchum Change in Asia; and more from PRWeek UK.
In-house PRs have moved roles between vehicle retailers Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and Volkswagen, after a new more senior role was created at the latter firm.
Both the Department for Education and the Cabinet Office will bring in experienced Whitehall figures as their new heads of comms in the coming weeks.
George Trefgarne, a partner at Maitland, has left to set up his own financial comms firm, which will be launched later this year.
DDA Public Relations has appointed Neil Bhatt and Robert Prevezer to its executive board, which is also bolstered by newly promoted managing director Aimée Anderson (pictured), and Ben Hayes.
PRWeek chatted with Publicis Worldwide president Arthur Sadoun on what the holding company was looking for in MSLGroup's next CEO and how the firm will collaborate more with other agencies under the Publicis umbrella.
Herbette will succeed Olivier Fleurot when he steps into the role next week.