The uber-networked boss of John Doe Communications holds the key to being on the guest list of the hottest parties, finds Kate Magee
Amid the glut of women's magazines declaring the latest fashion 'must-have', or screaming about celebrities and their sex lives, Psychologies is a breath of fresh air. The magazine's focus on the cerebral, through detailed features on emotional intelligence, serves a well-educated and upmarket readership.
The chief executive of Eulogy tells Matt Cartmell how a kitchen table became the launch pad for his PR career.
24 Mar 2010
Despite an improving share price, the issue of ongoing strikes has damaged the public perception of airline British Airways.
17 Mar 2010
| by Cathy Wallace
The nation's appetite for real-life stories with eye-catching toplines such as 'An Orgasm Made My Brain Explode' and 'Blinded By A Sausage', appears to be insatiable.
17 Mar 2010
| by Arun Sudhaman
As mobile technology evolves rapidly, Arun Sudhaman looks at whether the PR industry is making best use of this exciting medium.
Who reads Lonely Planet Magazine?
10 Mar 2010
The ongoing issues faced by the BBC including presenter salaries, scandals involving high-profile stars such as Jonathan Ross, and its funding structure have all taken their toll.