The Week

Way To Blue has promoted Adam Rubins to CEO of entertainment, as the firm expands with a US division in Los Angeles.

Yoo, the global property brand, has hired former BAA head of media Andrew Teacher as head of PR.

Financial Times deputy director of comms Tom Glover has moved to a new role as director of comms for parent firm Pearson's technology division.

GetTaxi, which aims to make the ordering of licensed London black taxis safer, has called in Dynamo.

Metro has created a new role of PR, sponsorship and events chief, which it has handed to Kim Tyler. She has been promoted from special projects manager.

Internacionale, the fashion retailer, has recruited Cassandra Robinson-Brown as PR manager. She reports to head of marketing Georgina Whalley, who has joined from Laura Ashley.

AMEC, the International Association for Measurement and Evaluation of Communication, has called in PR Academy to take AMEC College online and international.

Third City has been drafted in by UK natural drinks firm James White Drinks to launch BEET IT Sport, aimed at endurance sports enthusiasts.

Reed TRavel exhibitions has brought in Davies Tanner to handle PR for Business Travel Market.

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