More than a week after Burger King first made ripples across the world of marcoms, other brands are still trying to get in on the action - the latest being a perhaps unlikely candidate, the social media platform Hootsuite.
Europe's refugee crisis has taken centre stage - three PRs give their views on how it happened, and what it means for the debate as a whole, and for charities and businesses wanting to speak out.
Instinctif has been appointed to handle the £960m merger of holiday park companies Park Resorts and Parkdean, which is set to create the UK's largest holiday park operator.
Samsung Electronics UK, the the official partner of England Rugby, has released a video featuring comedian Jack Whitehall to promote its new initiative, the Samsung School of Rugby.
The publisher Penguin Random House has brought in Kindred to create a podcast series to accompany Tim Weaver's recently released novel, 'Missing'.
In brief: Wrapped launches, Cubitt works with .tickets, PRCA Conference coming soon, JPES Partners, Bubble & Squeak, Claremont, Cartwright
Wrapped launches with Clark leading PR, Cubitt booked by .tickets domain operator, PRCA Conference keynote announced, Asset manager AllianceBernstein appoints JPES Partners, Claremont wins forestry brief and more from PRWeek UK.
A French woman's YouTube plea for internet users to help her find the father of her unborn child has been revealed as a PR stunt to promote Australian holiday firm Holiday Mooloolaba.
Nigel Roberts, a business journalist turned senior PR figure and latterly founder of Strategic Media Intelligence, has died following a heart attack.
A sexual health and HIV care clinic in London has issued a public apology via Twitter and contacted individuals affected after confidential patient data was accidentally shared on email.
News Corp has announced the reappointment of Rebekah Brooks as chief executive officer of News UK, the owners of The Sun and Times titles.
Nearly two in three consumers say they feel businesses should work more with charities to tackle social and environmental issues, and just under half say they would be more likely to buy products from a firm that endorses a charity.
A new framework for measuring the performance of communications has been launched, with an aim of reflecting the changing media landscape.
Thomas Cook, Britain's best-known holiday firm, has rebuilt its UK and Ireland comms function in the wake of the damaging scandal over its handling of the deaths of two children in Corfu in 2006.
Ogilvy PR has appointed Jeremy Lucas from Blue Rubicon as director of corporate and public affairs.
Public affairs firms have warned the Scottish Government to drop criminal sanctions as part of measures to be introduced in a new Lobbying Bill.
Westminster Policy Institute launched a consultancy today led by former Treasury economist Matthew Oakley.
In brief: Cheapflights hires Bloomfield to head PR, WhatsOnStage.com chief joins Corner Shop, MHP gets McDougle, 26 Letters, FleishmanHillard
Cheapflights hires Bloomfield from Virgin Holidays to head PR, WhatsOnStage.com managing editor to join Corner Shop PR, MHP gets WPP's McDougle for business development, 26 Letters PR appointed for two RAF airbase regenerations, Yin leads Fleishman in Singapore and more from PRWeek UK.
The CIPR has warned PRs that they have "absolutely zero to gain" in subverting the rules around editing Wikipedia articles on behalf of an employer or client.
Google's logo change lit up social media, with designers, agencies, individuals and companies including the PR firm Manifest London all joining the discussion.
Japan's Suzuki Motor Corporation has won a major decision against rival manufacturer Volkswagen in the International Court of Arbitration with help from the litigation support team of comms firm Bell Pottinger.
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Sky News executive producer Kate McAndrew is to join Cicero Group as a senior counsel working in its corporate PR and public affairs practices.
Global revenues at the world's largest PR firm rose to $833 million in the 12 months to June 30, 2015, while the US was up 9% to $504.7 million in the same period.
Oxfam has appointed former Good Morning Britain news correspondent Cordelia Kretzschmar as head of public relations.
Pearson succeeds former Shazam comms leader Brendan Lewis, who left the music app in June.
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.
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.
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.