The Week

The court of appeal has upheld the ruling of the High Court on the Newspaper Licensing Agency's newspaper website licensing scheme.

Dell has hired HP's top European lobbyist Malcolm George for the new role of executive director of government affairs for EMEA. Based in London, George will report to Becca Gould, Dell's global V-P of government affairs.

The Commonwealth Games Glasgow 2014 team is on the hunt for a digital media agency.

Burson-Marsteller has poached Katherine Dooley from crisis specialists Regester Larkin to be its corporate and crisis practice director.

Dewar's Scotch Whisky has called in TVC Group to promote its sponsorship of the annual TEDGlobal conference.

Shine Communications has launched a scheme offering school-leavers an alternative route into PR.

Hotwire is launching a global affiliate network headed by Andy West, its new group MD for global client development.

Weber Shandwick has appointed Jill Hamilton, previously MD of pan-African agency ZK PR, as its first regional director for Africa.

Channel 4 has promoted Sophie Jones to head of corporate relations. She joined in 2008 as head of public affairs.

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