The Week

BAA has scrapped its £400,000 corporate and public affairs pitch, following the news that comms director Malcolm Robertson is standing down. BAA plans to restart the process from scratch in 2012.

Brian Alexander, sports journalist and host on BBC Radio 5 Live, has left the broadcaster to join Square 1 Consulting.

Harley-Davidson has brought in Lexis PR to handle PR across the central EMEA region.

Ed Miliband's top new media adviser Alex Smith is set to leave his role. He does not have a new post lined up.

Little Chef has appointed Cake to help it with 'brand reappraisal' among business and consumer audiences.

The Advertising Standards Authority has promoted Lynsay Taffe to director of comms, marketing and public affairs.

Charles Worthington Salons has signed up Brandnation to handle PR. Product PR remains in-house.

SuperTrash, the US fashion brand, has moved its UK PR account from Good Results PR to EdenCancan as it steps up its British profile.

Markettiers4dc, the broadcast consultancy, has announced the opening of an office in Manchester headed by associate director Andy Gallacher.

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