Weber Shandwick has appointed Heather Blundell as managing director of its Manchester office, following 12 months as acting MD.
Paddy Power has taken a swing at Muirfield Golf Club ahead of its decision to hold a second vote on whether to admit female members.
Edelman UK has hired Ryan Reddick, formerly creative director at content agency The Moment, to the new position of content director.
The Body Shop has publicly distanced itself from The Daily Mail, saying it has no plans to advertise in the newspaper, citing the beauty product brand's "ethical stance".
Jersey's tourism board Visit Jersey has hired One Green Bean as its retained creative agency spanning PR and content.
Land Rover has relaunched its 'we deal in real' campaign, which is touring the country to find "heroes of grassroots rugby" who embody the values of the Lions.
Major League Baseball (MLB) has hired W Communications to a wide-ranging, six-figure brief to grow the brand across Europe.
Luxury watch brand TAG Heuer has launched a new integrated Premier League 'Pressure Test' campaign, including an online competition and live events.
Beattie Communications, the London-based agency with eight offices in the UK, has reported a seven per cent rise in revenue to £9.3m in 2016, which it labelled "a year of achievement and progress".
Following an extensive social media backlash, London Dungeon was yesterday (15 February) forced to delete a number of tweets posted as part of its 'Dark Valentine' campaign.
Corporate reputation is being shaped among consumers by "how good" or "how healthy" a company's products are for them, more so than by how ethical or honest they are perceived to be.
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Huntsworth has issued an upbeat trading statement ahead of its full-year trading update next month, saying it "traded well" in Q4 and stating that the restructure of Grayling is "now complete".
Once the deal is complete, Goldman Sachs will own 15% of the company.
UKIP press officer Lynda Roughley has been "thrown under the bus" by leader Paul Nuttall, it has been claimed, following reports on his website relating to the Hillsborough football disaster that were revealed to be false.
Most digital marketers have questioned how well they understand their brand's audience following the vote for Brexit and Donald Trump's US presidential election win.
PRCA director general Francis Ingham has labelled AVEs "an entrenched vanity project" that are "not fit to be called measurement", although new research suggests more than a third of UK PR agencies currently use them.
The former head of PR for Wigan Council, who resigned after the council was involved in ITV documentary Don't Blame the Council, has taken on a new role at the Independent Police Complaints Commission.
Personal stories from Milton Keynes residents provide an alternative narrative to stereotypes such as concrete cows and roundabouts, according to the head of the PR agency charged with promoting the town's 50th anniversary.
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The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), one of the world's largest engineering institutions, has hired creative comms agency Tin Man following a four-way competitive pitch.
Liberty Communications, the London-headquartered tech-focused agency with offices in San Francisco and New York, has hired technology comms veteran Jim Lubinskas as its first North America MD.
The world's largest PR firm is still expanding but posted its lowest growth in seven years in 2016, with organic revenue up just 1.7% as clients became more cautious and cut spending - but it is more optimistic about Q1 and 2017 and remains committed to communications marketing.
In brief: Law firm Weightmans hires Citypress, Cognito names EMEA MD, Rule 5 to launch content and video business V
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Spanish-owned comms agency Llorente & Cuenca has reported a 12.5 per cent rise in revenue in 2016 to €33.8m (£28.7m, $36m), although growth was significantly higher when excluding the impact of currency fluctuations.
The appointment of Daily Mail political editor James Slack as Theresa May's official spokesperson is a 'super-smart move' that also shows the 'alignment' between Downing Street and the newspaper, political comms experts have told PRWeek.
Interpublic's PR agencies include Weber Shandwick, Golin, DeVries, Current, and The Axis Agency.
The group with most of Interpublic's PR firms experienced a rare revenue decline in the fourth quarter.
A husband-and-wife team who were both former lobby journalists have set up a new PR agency.
Hanover boosts health team, Kwittken hires new director, Porter Novelli oversees Cone and more from PRWeek UK.
Cone will keep its brand, and CEO Bill Fleishman will stay in his role as Cone CEO.
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MSLGroup owner Publicis has reported a net loss of €527m (£449m, $564m) in 2016 as revenue declined in the fourth quarter.